Category: Traditions

Great cities of Mexico

Great cities, great culture, great country Our country is known for being great. Great artisans, great smiles, great songs you never forget, great passionate hearts, grat natural l...

World Cup vs. Mesoamerican ball game 

A game across time 5 things the World Cup can learn from the ancient ball game   The fever of the World Cup is alive and kicking, whether you’re a fan or not, it is a global e...

Traveling to the past with tradition

A legacy that goes beyond time 7 facts you didn’t know about the Sacred Mayan Journey After 8 years, the Sacred Mayan Journey at Xcaret has turned into a tradition that transcends ...

When the gods fall in love

A love to remember The Legend of Ixchel and Itzamná Legend has it that in the days when the gods were still mortals there existed a love so deep and pure that its strength created ...

Day of the Dead in Xcaret [Photo Gallery]

Living Traditions in Xcaret Another successful Festival of Life and Death Traditions The candles are blown and the cempazuchitl flowers are put away. As with many other festivities...

The legend of the Ix’Tabay

Day of the Dead announces her arrival Ix’Tabay in the Festival of Life and Death in Xcaret The Ix’Tabay, behind the ceiba tree waits to attract men and take them with h...

Flying Home. The Journey of Kin and Pixan

#FlyingHome Kin and Pixan’s Journey to Chiapas Did you know that the red macaws has only one life partner? When they choose their partner, they never part. The cold of the mo...