Ek Balam, a Mayan god represented by the Black Jaguar

The word comes from the guaraní jaguarete. “jaguar” – and the suffix “ete”, which means.

Hurricanes are named after HURACÁN the Mayan god of wind, fire, and storms

When he becomes furious, nobody can control his rage. He descends from the clouds on.

Disturbing Mayan deities associated with death and war

The Mayan civilization and culture are amongst the most interesting in history, but equally disturbing.

Mexican filmmaker prepares documentary about Japan and its relationship with the Mayan culture

Mexican anthropologist and filmmaker Carlos Villanueva Castillo, who recently completed a short film that will.

Indigenous women are publishing the first Maya works in over 400 years

I’D STUMBLED UPON TALLER LEÑATEROS—THE “Woodlanders Workshop”—completely by chance. I was walking aimlessly through the pastel-hued.

The oldest book written in the American Continent Is a Mayan guide to Astronomy

As the Mayan civilization was in decline, a diligent scribe was working on the oldest.

How Lasers Are Transforming Our Understanding of the Ancient Maya

The Maya civilization flourished more than 1,000 years ago, but modern technology is only now.

Annihilation of ancient Maya city an act of warfare

By linking an ancient text, environmental analysis and ruins, archaeologists have documented a brutal attack..

Day of Indigenous Peoples Celebration: August 8, 9 and 10 in Teabo, Yucatan

During the celebration of the Day of Indigenous Peoples, that will be commemorated on August.

The world’s largest submerged archaeological site is in Tulum

The Yucatan Peninsula was the cradle of the Mayan culture, here we can find astounding.

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18-year-old Alyssa Carson has been training to become the first human to walk on Mars

At just three years old, Alyssa Carson knew she wanted to be an astronaut, and since then, she’s worked tirelessly. Carson could…

Dive in Tulum, Mexico’s number 1 Cave Diving Spot

Tulum is famous not only for its pristine beaches, beautiful coastline and dramatic Mayan Ruins but also for its magical…

Three Days in Chocholá, Yucatán at incredible Chablé Resort

A short flight east and you arrive at the small and friendly town of Chocholá. Winding dirt tracks, rusty signs,…

Rosas & Xocolate reviewed by “The Telegraph Destinations” British news outlet

Themed hotels can feel gimmicky, but this sweet and stylish boutique hotel on Mérida’s main boulevard gets it just right.…

Low hotel occupancy during the summer of 2019 in Quintana Roo (due to several factors)

The decrease in the number of arrivals of tourists to Quintana Roo during July, the numbers of service providers and…