Tributes of the week
Earth - Monday
The ancient Mayans who once inhabited these lands used the earth, the trees and the animals in their day-to-day life.
Wind - Tuesday
The wind blows through palm trees, along mangrove forests and across the Caribbean waters here in our corner of the breathtaking Riviera Maya.
Corn - Wednesday
Corn has always been a staple in Mexican cuisine, even up until the present day, as seen in favorite foods like tamales and tortillas. Here in the Yucatan Peninsula, the locals incorporate corn into their everyday life and diet as a main form of sustenance.
Water - Thursday
The waters of the Riviera Maya go beyond the Caribbean Sea. The entire region is filled with thousands of cenotes: natural wells with crystal clear waters that connect to an endless network of underground rivers.
Sun - Friday
The sun gives light, life and warmth to our world, shining bright over every civilization throughout history.
Fire - Saturday
The Mayans of the Yucatan Peninsula have found many uses for fire over the centuries, whether they were cooking food, creating light or performing a ceremony.
Roots - Sunday
From the roots of Yucatan history to the roots of the mangrove forests that provide a home to so many wild animals, the lands of the Riviera Maya are deeply embedded with heritage.