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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE When you're walking around Tulum, Xcaret or even Playa del Carmen on a sunny afternoon, you just might hear the song of a cheerful flute off in the distance, often accompanied by drumbeats. If you follow Read More...
To celebrate the beginning of the new Mayan long count calendar, Garrafon Park hosted "El Despertar de una Nueva Era", a magical nighttime event on Isla Mujeres. Our boat docked at this beautiful oceanfront adventure park, where we walking along a coastal path to take us toward the tip of the island at Punta Sur. Along the way we were greeted by solemn Mayan warriors and young Mayan women who cleansed us with copal smoke. Read More...
No matter how much you want to spend this New Year's Eve, Playa del Carmen will be overflowing with endless fiestas to choose from this December 31. At the turn of every year, it has become a city tradition for 5th Avenue and the surrounding blocks to fill up with locals and travelers alike in search of everything from a thrilling street party to an elegant night out. It doesn't matter if you're wearing flip flops or stilettos, board shorts or a cocktail dress... in Playa del Carmen, anything goes! Read More...
The Ojos Mayas organization took our small group to discover a little piece of the Yucatan Peninsula known as the Zona Maya (Mayan Zone), an area with numerous towns and ruins to explore in the southern part of the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. After boarding the van in Playa del Carmen, we drove past populations like Muyil and Felipe Carrillo Puerto on our way to our final destination: the Mayan village of Señor. Situated 20 minutes inland of Felipe Carrillo Puerto, the town of Señor has recently opened its doors to travelers who want to experience historic and modern Mayan life in the jungles of the Yucatan Peninsula Read More...
A posada is essentially a Mexican Christmas party held in the month of December. The posada has a strong historic background in Latin America and even a variety of creative traditions like singing house-to-house and breaking a star-shaped piñata. In the Riviera Maya, however, many of the older Mexican posada traditions are often overlooked so locals can enjoy a more casual party. Read More...
Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Mexico: November 18 th , 2012 marked the 4 th annual culinary event hosted by Taste of Playa’s eight (8) executive committee members. The event took place at Parque Fundadores and ran from 3:00PM-9:00PM local time. Read More...
The real Mexico has so much to offer and places such as Playa del Carmen can be the ideal starting block for your family. Read More...
By 3 pm last Sunday, my husband and I were starving. We'd made a pact to not eat a thing all day in an effort to save room for whatever mouthwatering meals the restaurants at the Taste of Playa food festival would serve, and the event did not disappoint! As I walked around the tents at Parque Fundadores in Playa del Carmen, I realized that I would reach my limit long before I had the chance to try every recipe that called my name. Read More...
Lace up your shoes, Playa del Carmen will be hosting the Riviera Maya Eco Marathon! Read More...
There has been plenty of hustling and bustling along the carretera federal these days. Read More...