Full moon, is a moon phase that takes place when our planet is located exactly between the Sun ans the Moon. In this moment the stretching angle, or phase of our satellite is 180º and the lighting is 100%. This moon phase is visible all night long. With its entire face visible, the moon reflects […]
The “Ruta de los Cenotes”, includes 50 km of exuberant jungle inhabited by magnificent cenotes, caverns, and eco-habitats, as well as Central Vallarta and Leona Vicario in the community of Puerto Morelos. A legacy of thousand years, home of the ancient Mayas, surrounded by the beauty of nature, birds, animals, and different types of flowers […]
Snorkeling is a very popular activity in this destination. The reef is so close to the coast that it forms a natural barrier that keeps water calm and shallow. It is the second largest coral reef in the world, originating in Cabo Catoche, north of Quintana Roo, and bordering the coasts of Belize, Guatemala and Honduras.
Conoce los maravillosos paisajes de Puerto Morelos, únicos en el mundo. Desde nuestros característicos cenotes, cavernas, ríos subterráneos y parques ecológicos ó una intensa travesía a través de la selva.
El 8 de marzo se celebra el Día Internacional de la Mujer, una de las fechas más importantes del año porque se conmemora la lucha constante de la mujer por su participación en la sociedad, y en su desarrollo íntegro como persona, en igualdad de condiciones que los hombres.
Live the excitement of riding an ATV, glide over the jungle on zip lines, rappel down caverns and ride horses.
Known in prehispanic times as “tziclti” in Náhuatl, and “sicté” in Maya, the history of the chewing gum in the state of Quintana Roo goes back to the 19th century.
This plant comes from the family of the Sapotaceae, and its common name comes from the nahuatl “chictli”. Since the gum from this tree has a sweet flavor and aroma, it has been used to chew by many american towns for centuries.
It was a transportation system made up of wagons pulled by horses or mules on a narrow track created to connect Hacienda Santa Maria (Leona Vicario) with Punta Corcho (Puerto Morelos), going through Hacienda Santa Angelina (Central Vallarta) that was a warehouse that served as storage for the gum. From there, they took the gum production […]