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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...
Mexico's Día de la Bandera (Flag Day) is celebrated every February 24. With the holiday quickly approaching, let's take a look at the Mexican flag's history, what the flag's design signifies and why Día de la Bandera is celebrated on this date. Read More...
On November 19th, Join us to view a projection by El Eden Jardin de Arte to Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Mexico's Revolution. Av. Constituyentes y calle 95, Interior Edificio Catarina, Colonia Ejido. The 124 minutes projection is directed by Read More...
This year's jazz concerts promise to be even better than previous years with a long list of jazz musicians and groups from all over Latin America and the USA. Come down to Playa del Carmen to hear the sultry sounds of today's most incredible jazz artists. Read More...
his outdoor food festival showcases the best of Playa del Carmen cuisine with dozens of the city's best restaurants serving their top menu items. From margaritas and beers to paella and fish tacos, Taste of Playa has it all! Read More...
For the second consecutive year, the state of Quintana Roo will be hosting the Festival de Cultura del Caribe (Caribbean Culture Festival) from November 8 – 19, 2012. This celebration of regional art and traditions is unlike anything the state has seen before! Locals and visitors can experience endless cultural events in each of the state's ten municipalities, with performances, conferences and artwork in areas like Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Isla Mujeres, Holbox, Tulum, Bacalar, Chetumal and many others. Read More...
The Day of the Dead is an important religious and cultural celebration, it said to be one of the most important representations of the living heritage of Mexico and the world, and one of the oldest and strongest cultural expressions of indigenous groups in the country. Read More...
Exploring the jungle around Puerto Morelos, I was hoping to find a lessor known cenote, but to my good fortune I found this beautiful, colorful, peaceful place to wander. Read More...