Cries of joy broke a sky that turned gray and rainy on Friday when good news reached relatives of a missing quartet of fisherman.
At least four fishermen have been missing since a surprisingly powerful storm hammered the state Thursday afternoon.
An underwater exploration in a cenote uncovered a coral fossil that is at least five million years old.
With an average 1,500 visitors a week, Celestún’s tourist center is a major draw — and it’s due for some upgrades.
By as early as March next year, the road journey from Mérida west to Celestún will be as easy as a trip north to the busy expat enclaves that surround Progreso.
Taking a car from Mérida to the beaches and reserves of Celestún will take just 45 minutes by 2017, newspapers announced today, putting the quaint fishing village on the radar of more people looking for beach-living options.
The Reserve at Celestún is a Condo Hotel going up north of the town’s center.