Peña Nieto inaugurates “Militar City” in Cancun

MEXICO CITY — Mexico’s president inaugurated a 2,850-member military police base just north of Cancun on Tuesday October 9, amid a rising wave of violence in the Caribbean More...

Mexico Has Highest Number of Stray Dogs in Latin America

MEXICO CITY—Pet dogs are extremely popular in Mexico. In the evenings the parks of Mexico City are teeming with dog walkers often stopping to chat with other owners they only More...

10 Simple Reasons Why It’s an Expat Magnet

Did you know that more U.S. expats call Mexico home than any other country in the world? We’ve gathered up the must-know Mexico facts and broke them down into 10 simple More...

Quintana Roo’s Yum Balam Reserve bans plastic

The Official Gazette of the Federation (DOF) published the agreement by which the Summary of the Program of Management of the Protected Natural Area with Category of Protection More...

What To Do If You Get Sick or Hurt in Mexico

Have you ever wondered what you would do if you had an emergency while traveling through Mexico? WeExpats knows how concerning it can be to travel through Mexico without More...

MexLaw’s legal services are now available in Merida, Yucatán!

We may be new to Merida, but we are a well-established and respected international law firm...

Fisherman catches crocodile in Playa del Carmen’s Calle 16

Luis, a young fisherman from the cooperative Xaman-Ha, observed a good-sized crocodile hovering in the sea,...

Grand Hyatt Playa Del Carmen’s Cenote Spa Wins World Luxury Spa Award

The Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen’s Cenote Spa, was voted Country Winner in the category “Best Unique...

Tulum, to host National Network of Solutions for Plastic Pollution Forum

Tulum will be headquarters of the first meeting for the creation of the National Network of Solutions for Plastic More...

The Yucatan Peninsula holds archaeological treasures yet to be discovered

The people who live in the Yucatan Peninsula, integrated by the Mexican states of Yucatan, Quintana Roo and Campeche, have the..

Mexico’s indigenous languages in danger of disappearing

The great cultural richness of indigenous languages in Mexico has weakened substantially and is currently at risk of disappearing, according to..

“Avifauna” Environmental Fair in Cozumel (12-14 October)

Within the framework of the Second National Meeting of the Urban Birds Program (PAU), organized by the National More...

Cozumel will launch a book of the history of its Carnival

The creation of a book that compiles the history of the Carnival of Cozumel, has been announced by local authorities for..

Mexican tourist photo holding starfish in Cozumel causes anger on social networks

A Mexican tourist posted on social networks his own photo holding a starfish in Cozumel, at Playa El Cielo to be..

BACKYARD BIRDING IN MERIDA, YUCATAN AND BEYOND – RUSSIAN ILLUSION? MUSCOVY DUCK

MUSCOVY DUCK, Cairina moschata, Pato Real (Spanish), Bo’ox patux (Mayan) Muscovy. Moscow. Moscow. Muscovy. In the year 1271, a principality called..

Michael caused massive arrival of sargassum to Isla Mujeres

Hurricane “Michael” generated rains, strong winds and high tides in Quintana Roo, causing the massive arrival of sargassum to the coasts..

“Avifauna” Environmental Fair in Cozumel (12-14 October)

Within the framework of the Second National Meeting of the Urban Birds Program (PAU), organized by the National Commission for the..