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Loltún, an underground adventure

On the outskirts of the town of Oxkutzcab, southwest of the state and surrounded by small hills, abundant trees and a variety of birds, Loltún is located, one of the most spectacular caves of the country. Loltún comes from Yucatec Maya Lol “Flower” and Tun “Stone,” which means “Stone Flower.” Una publicación compartida por Fabian […]

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Yucatecan hammocks …. when resting is an art

In Yucatán it is customary to use the hammock to relax during the day to nap or bed during the night; is present in virtually all households. This is because it is fresh and very comfortable; confection it is an art and an essential part of daily life. Una publicación compartida por Taller Maya (@tallermaya) […]

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Labná, the Mayans “Old House”

The archaeological zone of Labná that in Mayan means “Old House” was declared Patrimony of the Humanity by UNESCO with the denomination “Villa Precolombina” in 1996; It is one of the richest expressions of Mayan architecture in Yucatan and a magical place, full of secrets … touring it is an experience of profound significance. Una […]

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Cenote Noh-Mozon, swimming in a water gem

Noh-Mozon is one of the most beautiful and one of the least known cenotes in Yucatan; to get there you need to travel several kilometers of a narrow path through thick vegetation, cross some fences trying, without much success, to prevent cattle walk freely and yet both the road and the place well worth the […]

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