Sustainable, self sufficient supply of water for the Tourism Industry in the Yucatan

Water scarcity is growing globally with already over 4 billion people who live without access to sufficient, high quality, fresh water. It is expected that this number will only increase in the near future, with a rising water footprint and stagnant availability of water due to climate change making the situation even worse. The result is that communities, More...

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By Riviera Maya Times On Saturday, January 19th, 2019

Quintana Roo tour operators boycott Chichen Itza

“The truth is that tourists are still coming to Yucatan by the thousands,” said the State Secretary of Tourism Development, Michelle Fridman Hirsch, in reference to the situation in Chichén Itzá, in More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Saturday, January 19th, 2019

Total lunar eclipse upon the Yucatán Peninsula on Sunday, January 20th, 2019

The first — and only — total lunar eclipse of 2019 is happening on Sunday, January 20th, and those who live in North and South America will have a front row seat to the whole bloody show. During the eclipse, More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Thursday, January 17th, 2019

USA Today highlights destinations in the state of Quintana Roo

The USA Today highlights several destinations in the state of Quintana Roo as part of their top 10 cheap tropical vacation destinations January list. check it out… The Mexican state of Quintana Roo includes More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

3 Tips That Will Make Your Stay in Yucatán More Enjoyable

Yucatán has always been one of the most unique places in Mexico, if not on earth itself. It’s home to beautiful jungles and beaches as well as some geological oddities such as the famous “blue holes”. However, More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Tuesday, January 15th, 2019

Tons of sargassum to invade Yucatan And Quintana Roo beaches in 2019

YUCATAN MEXICO.- Tons of sargassum infest the northern coast of Yucatan, on a 100-kilometer stretch between the ports of Sisal and Telchac. In the last two months, the cold fronts and storms led to swells that threw More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Sunday, January 13th, 2019

Artists of the Maya zone will highlight José María Morelos municipality with their works

“Morelos artists will have a meeting in the coming days in order to give life to certain parts of the city with their artistic expression in different techniques”, said the coordinator of the house of More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Friday, January 11th, 2019

Quintana Roo: undisputed leader in cruise ship tourism

The arrival of more than 4.9 million cruise passengers to Quintana Roo, 70.3 percent of the total 6,975,172 passengers who arrived in Mexico by boat, from January to November 2018, according to data from the General More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Thursday, January 10th, 2019

More than 6 thousand foreign couples married in Quintana Roo during 2018

Cancun, January 8 (Infoqroo) .- The demographic growth of Quintana Roo is still determined by migration, given that the number of registered births has stabilized, because in 2018 the year closed with 29,840, against More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Monday, January 7th, 2019

5 of the Top Sight-Seeing Spots in the Yucatán Peninsula

The origins of the name Yucatán are disputed but most scholars believe that the name refers to the Aztec word Yocatlān that means “place of richness. The peninsula played a significant role in the Mayan More...