Knowing new cultures is a way to expand our narrow world. This land gives you a unique opportunity to get to know the Mayan culture in your journey. From the quiet and nearby towns of the Yucatan Peninsula, the most isolated Mayan ethnic groups of the Chiapas and Guatemala jungle, and the incredible cultural fusion of Belize. There is nothing better than living with the place for a real immersion.
We talk about places where you can participate in activities in the Mayan countryside, see artisans and typical crafts of the land, discover the religious syncretism between Christianity and Mayan beliefs, caves where to perform ceremonies, fairs, events or markets. Power to live closely the authenticity of places, to savor the little things that bring you closer to the Mayan culture.
Places and information that can give you a cultural value for enrichment over present and ancient Mayan world.
BELOW YOU CAN SEE THE ARTICLES REFERRING TO THE MAYAN WORLD:
When you live abroad it is a great opportunity and something vital to learn the language or languages of the place where you live.read more
San Lorenzo Zinacantán is one of the Tzotzil Mayan populations of Chiapas. Close to San Cristóbal de las Casas, the tourist heart of the region, it is one of the interesting towns to visit in Los Altos.read more
Rural tourism and ecotourism supported by Mayan communities is developing in the Yucatan Peninsula. It is an excellent way to learn about the treasures of these lands and get closer to the local customs of the Mayan culture.read more
In the Yucatan Peninsula there are many hollows to discover, but the caves of Kantemó have a unique attraction: in them there are snakes hanging in their cavities waiting to hunt the thousands of bats that come out at sunset Ready for something different?read more
The bowels of the Yucatan Peninsula almost hold the best treasures of these Mayan lands. Visiting one of the many caves is essential for travelers. Those of Santa Rita are a magnificent opportunity on your way.read more
When the Spanish colonizer arrived in the Yucatan Peninsula he found a desolate Mayan civilization for decades. This is a key factor to understand the conquest of the Spaniards of the Peninsula.read more