Rediscover the Mayan World

Published Saturday, august 15 2020
No. #392




“In order to see birds, it is necessary to become a part of the silence.” - Robert Lynd. Traveling this summer has presented its challenges, but I’ve still found time to enjoy Yucatán’s natural attractions. In August and September, you can view vibrant turquoise motmots that love to hang out near cenotes; and the mangroves of the northern coast offer an impressive backdrop to pink flamingos that feast in the shallow waters of the estuaries. So, what else is going on this month? Carlos breaks down different types of Recados on page 4, and if you’re planning a trip to Yucatán in the next months, Ralf tells you what to expect on page 5. Also, Olivia recounts her excursion to Cenotillo and Espita on page 7, Violeta lets you know how fireflies got their glow-up on page 9, and Cassie spills the secrets on how to keep kids engaged with history while touring Paseo de Montejo on page 10. Our tourism industry is so grateful for your visit this summer season! Put on a mask and enjoy the adventure.

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