Two vacation spots that could kill you

In the last century human activity has increased the life span but has reduced the.

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.

New law in Mexico protects passengers from flight delays and cancellations

You´ve probably experienced the frequency with which airlines tend to delay or even cancel flights,.

This summer, Cozumel is a land apart

Traveling to Mexico, even its tourist destinations, always raises the unfortunate question: Is it safe?.

Best Bikinis: Match your swimsuit to your travel destination

We’re in peak summer season and if there’s ever a time for nice swimwear, that.

Baja California Sur: Live it to Believe it

The margarita-fueled party scene in Cabo San Lucas may claim the limelight, but the Mexican state of Baja California.

Planning a diving trip to Cancun?

While we were in Cancun, Mexico, we were lucky enough to swim with whale sharks, which.

Larger cruises are not bringing more tourists to Progreso, Yucatán

Although the average number of passengers per cruise has increased by just over 6 percent,.

This is how the heat wave affecting Europe is “seen” from space

The European Space Agency presented an animation showing the magnitude of the heat wave hitting.

Yucatan with almost 100 cenotes ready to visit

These cenotes are open to the public with tourist activities, to live one of the.

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The Conquest of the Maya… a long battle.

The definitive conquest of the Maya by the Spanish was a long process that lasted more than a century and…

Archaeological remains in Mérida must be preserved (INAH)

Merida Yucatan; January 23, 2020 (ACOM) .- With strong citizen participation, the rescue of parks with archaeological remains in Mérida…

Salvador Alvarado sports complex reopens its doors

After five months of remodeling works, the Salvador Alvarado Stadium was reopened on Saturday Jan. 18th, with the presence of…

Mérida joins UNESCO Creative Cities Network

The UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) is a project of UNESCO launched in 2004 to promote cooperation among cities which recognized creativity…

Mexican Superstars Los Tigres Del Norte join Latin celebration at Super Bowl LIV Feb. 2.

The legendary Regional Mexican band will appear during the opening of the Spanish broadcast in a special video presentation (filmed…