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The spring equinox is a special time at Chichén Itza. Photo: arizona.edu Authorities concerned about the coronavirus pandemic...
Photo: Getty In a single day, Chichen Itza received 18,696 tourists and set a new record.
Stray dogs roaming Chichen Itza will be cared for under a state-nonprofit initiative.
Photo: Getty Fewer tourists are visiting Yucatan's are visiting archaeological zones and official museums this year, said the...
Tourist revenue should go to impoverished communities, and more nearby land should be released from private ownership, indigenous vendors say.
Chichen Itza's iconic pyramid. Photo: File Chichen Itza's "Noches de Kukulkan" won't be quite as bright after damage...
By early afternoon today, Chichen Itza International Airport will have welcomed its first commercial flight in many years.
A day after tourists came to Yucatan to see a "serpent" climb down a temple's steps, a different natural phenomenon wowed tourists.
It was a fine day for a Spring Equinox in Merida. Thousands flocked to Yucatan's...
A lesser-known site close to Merida is an alternative to the crowds at Chichen Itza.
In what the lead archaeologist calls an "incredible" find, researchers have announced the existence of a cave filled with hundreds of artifacts beneath the Chichen Itza ruins.
The Vice President of the National Tourism Business Council, José Chapur Zahoul said that a threatened boycott of Yucatan's most famous archaeological site has been called off.
Doubling the ticket price for foreigners entering Chichen Itza will pay for a plan to evict and relocate souvenir vendors.
German-born archaeologist Peter Schmidt, whose work helped to safeguard much of Maya culture, died this morning in Mérida.
An aquarium in Progreso and an entertainment-hotel complex somewhere on the coast were among the tourist-building ideas presented to four gubernatorial candidates.
Now scanned in 3D for posterity, Chichén Itzá and other historic monuments around the world are vulnerable to the ravages of time and an array of disasters.
The Valladolid Airport Freight Center's final construction stage is on track for a June inauguration.
Clouds that obscured the Spring Equinox solar show at Dzibilchaltún Wednesday morning cleared in time to delight a huge crowd at Chichén Itza in the late afternoon.
The sun god Kin bypassed Dzibilchaltún this morning, ruining what was hoped to be a glorious morning at the Temple of the Seven Dolls.
Chichén Itza is expected to be slammed with visitors between March 19 and 21.
Archaeologists this month begin excavating a secret tunnel thought to lead beneath a pyramid built by the ancient Maya.
A new cargo center has been opened to bring life to the sleepy air field.
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