The NatGeo channel is sharing Yucatán’s most ancient secrets with all of Mexico.
The City Council is poised to announce a plan to remove and replace some of the oldest arboles in public spaces here.
The BMW that allegedly hit and killed an expat living at the beach has been seized, according to local media. But its driver is still at large.
Super-cheap rates are not necessary to stay booked, one hotel owner says, urging the industry to price rooms a little more boldly.
Researchers from the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) and the Advanced Research Center (Cinvestav) are gathering data to help preserve the tortugas.
The facade “rescue” plan continues in the Centro Histórico, and so do the graffiti doodlers. But municipal police say vandalism is down these days.
Eighteen of the best chefs in the world have come together to create Hokol Vuh, a gastronomic festival that has garnered international attention.
State tourism campaigns must rise above politics and do a better job promoting Yucatán’s international destinations, says a city tourism official.
President Enrique Peña Nieto has issued decrees prohibiting oil exploration less than 180 kilometers off the coast of Yucatán.
The finishing touches to a months-long renovation project are being applied this week to the Monumento a la Patria.