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Each and every cenote in the Yucatan Peninsula has its own unique charm and natural beauty, whether it's a cliff for jumping, intriguing limestone formations or a school of tiny fish exfoliating your feet. 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...
One of the most well-known Mayan myths from the Yucatan is the "alux" (in Mayan, the "x" is pronounced similar to an "sh", creating this word that sounds like "ah-loosh"). Aluxes are rumored to live in the jungles of the Yucatan, including the Riviera Maya. Read More...