The ancient Maya pilgrims crossed the sea to San Gervasio to make offerings to Ix Chel, the Moon goddess of fertility. It is worth crossing the sea even today, for that special experience. Join our resident writer Lydia Jones on a journey through the cult of sex and fertility.
Swimming in the wild lifts your spirits and connects you with nature. Swimming in a cenote gives you even more. It stirs your soul and connects you with the ancient Maya.
Everybody goes to Chichén Itzá to see the famous Kukulkán pyramid. But while your guide is explaining how it represents the ancient Maya calendar and their sophisticated cosmology, look around you and imagine. Imagine these bare stones covered in brightly painted stucco, and people walking among them. People in feathers and masks, but people like ourselves.
To create positive change we first must change our story. Realizing how much of an impact the built up environment has had on the natural environment Maya Luxe is committed to becoming more eco conscious and carefully vetting new developments making sure they share the same vision for the Riviera Maya’s future.
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