In the Mood for Muna

“Travel heals the heart.” Zazil Abraham recalls a trip she took with her mother to Muna when she was...

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ISSICAR RENT At Issicar we have the best cars, the best service, and the lowest rates! Rental options based...

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MEXSTAGE RELOCATION SERVICES Are you thinking of moving to Yucatán, or do you already live here but you don’t...

Letter From the Editor: April 2018

“And that’s how my story began in the land of Yucatán.” Alberto Salum As the world seems to become...

Food Culture in the Puuc: The Original Farm to Table Movement

The modern Maya inhabitants of distant Yaxhachén maintain many of their traditional ways of living. They thrive as subsistence...
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In the Mood for Muna
Traveling & Getting around
What's New?
Shopping
Promotions and Discounts
Letter from the Editor
Letter From the Editor: April 2018
Destinations, It's very yucatecan, Traditions, Travel in yucatan, Who are the maya?
Food Culture in the Puuc: The Original Farm to Table Movement
Traveling & Getting around

What’s New?

ISSICAR RENT At Issicar we have the best cars, the best service, and the lowest rates! Rental options based on your needs. Fleet with the latest models. We deliver your…

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Shopping

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MEXSTAGE RELOCATION SERVICES Are you thinking of moving to Yucatán, or do you already live here but you don’t know all the wonders that the state has to offer? Mexstage…

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Letter from the Editor

Letter From the Editor: April 2018

“And that’s how my story began in the land of Yucatán.” Alberto Salum As the world seems to become a smaller and smaller place with the ease of travel and…

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Destinations, It's very yucatecan, Traditions, Travel in yucatan, Who are the maya?

Food Culture in the Puuc: The Original Farm to Table Movement

The modern Maya inhabitants of distant Yaxhachén maintain many of their traditional ways of living. They thrive as subsistence farmers, where men cultivate honey and work on small farms called…

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It's very yucatecan, Maya Culture, Restaurant Reviews, Who are the maya?

The Magic of Female Chefs in Yucatán

“The female chefs in Yucatán are magicians,” says Miriam Peraza, owner of the restaurant Manjar Blanco. In our interview we talked about women, grandmothers, and the magic of the aromas…

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Enjoy the experience of Medical Dental Tourism in Yucatan

At some point, everyone feels the need to improve their quality of life by means of their oral health. At this moment we begin the task of researching options and…

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Art

The Hidden Garden Art & Fashion Night

Last year Soho Galleries opened NOHO Casa del Arte, an elegant space from the 50’s, that offers an appreciation of art from another perspective and a meeting place for art…

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Face to Face, Moving in

La Calle: Spanish Classes

To converse, interact, and speak the Spanish that you hear in the street is the primary objective of the Spanish school called La Calle (formerly called “Calle 55”). The school’s…

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This month's 5 featured restaurants

Catch of the Day

Yucatán is a piece of land tucked inside of the ocean. Over a dozen coastal towns harbor hundreds of humble fishing boats, where fishermen practice the seasonal harvest of fresh…

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Top 10 Yucatán This Month: March 2018

1. Watch the sun align with ancient architecture during the spring equinox in Chichén Itzá (it all happens between 3 pm and 5 pm) or Dzibilchaltún (arrive by 5 am)…

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Archaeological Sites, Eco Destinations

Sustainable Eco-Tourism in Calakmul

Standing 45 meters high on Structure II, the world spins around me, and a carpet of dense jungle ripples from the base of the monstrous pyramid. I raise my arms…

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Travel in yucatan

A Seven-Day Stay in Yucatán – March 2018

With 106 municipalities, countless cenotes, beaches, archaeological sites, and haciendas, Yucatán boasts one of the world’s densest cultural landscapes thanks to its ancient and contemporary Maya population. Accept that you’ll…

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Eco Destinations, Ecology, Living in Yucatán

By Night in Yucatán, Night Skygazing and New Moonmusing

Last year, I wanted to capture the galaxy for my birthday. On the first minute of my 27th at midnight, sleepy Oscar drove me to the Puuc in the darkness of…

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It's very yucatecan

From Yucatán to the World: Henequén Handcrafts

From flirty bags, tortilla baskets, hats, and clutch style wallets to jewelry boxes and earrings, in Yucatán you can purchase just about anything made from the sought-after string of henequén….

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Beaches, Destinations

Sisal, an Island on the Mainland

Based on its geographical location, it’s no surprise that Sisal feels like an island on the mainland. Characterized by colonial architecture and thought-provoking murals, when I arrived to Sisal I felt…

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Letter from the Editor

Letter From the Editor: March 2018

“Honey, look! It’s a toenail moon.” – Dorothy Stein My mom used to adore stargazing. She was always in tune with the night sky and the cycles of the moon….

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Traditions

Holy Week and Easter

Easter is one of the most important Christian holidays. It commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ after he was crucified. In México, where 90% of the population is Catholic, Easter…

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History, It's very yucatecan, Maya Culture, Traditions, Who are the maya?

“Ko’olel, transforming the way”

The woman in Yucatán’s history arrives at Palacio Cantón in the exhibition “Ko’olel, transforming the way” *** A journey from the first known woman, to the new female identities. ***…

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