Category Archives: mayans

Playacar more than just a sun kissed beach

In recent years the beach in Playacar has become very famous for kiteboarding. During the months leading up to the World Kite Boarding Championships in April this beach is packed with kiteboarders from all around the world. The windy conditions of these … Sigue leyendo

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Playa del Carmen – The most romantic destination in the Caribbean.

Playa del Carmen is located on the sun kissed beaches of the Riviera Maya. This trendy city is now one of the world’s most sought after Romantic destinations. Playa del Carmen holds the record of being the fastest growing city … Sigue leyendo

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Why did the Mayans disappear?

It seems that everyone is talking about the End of the World and more and more people are talking about this mysterious civilization. People have become fascinated by their culture, beliefs and their ways of life. There are many unanswered … Sigue leyendo

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Rio Lagartos: A Mayan Treasure !!

I had always heard a lot about a place in the Yucatan called “Rio Lagartos” and the stunning landscapes and nature that can be found there.  After looking at hundreds of photos and reading about this spectacular place my experiences … Sigue leyendo

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Ek Balam: The ancient Mayan City located in the deep dense jungle of the Yucatan Peninsula.

Just 15 years ago Ek Balam (“Black Jaguar” or “Jaguar Star” in Mayan) was excavated and was believed to be an incredibly important Mayan City which dates back to 700 AD.  This great city was inhabited as early as 100 … Sigue leyendo

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THE MAYAN GODS AND GODESSES

The ancient civilization of the Maya worshipped a number of Gods. They would sacrifice humans in order to communicate with them. After death, the soul was believed to go to the Underworld (Xibalba) where the sinister Death God (Yum Cimil) … Sigue leyendo

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