First day of spring: equinox

Whether it’s a yellow sprinkling of daffodils lining your favourite park or turning down the thermostat on your heating, it’s clear that the vernal equinox – the signalling of the start of spring – is just around the corner. However, with changing and unpredictable temperatures it can be hard to decipher when winter ends and spring More...

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By Riviera Maya Times On Friday, February 28th, 2020

Travel expert shares his experience in the Riviera Maya

Paul Kay is a Hong Kong-based journalist and media consultant, and the former editor of Time Out Hong Kong and Hong Kong Tatler, he recently toured the East coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, and this is what he wrote More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Sunday, January 12th, 2020

What will happen to the 53 hectares of protected area in Holbox legally claimed by a private company?

The Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat) lost an injunction (amparo) trial against the company Península Maya Developments, which voided an agreement that would allocate 53.8 hectares of the More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Monday, December 16th, 2019

A “New” Cancun Rises in the Mexican Caribbean

It’s not Isla Mujeres. Nor Playa del Carmen. The hottest destination on Mexico’s Caribbean Coast is Playa Mujeres — a.k.a. Costa Mujeres — a booming new resort area about a half-hour north of Cancun’s More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Friday, December 6th, 2019

Rosewood Mayakoba Unveils 20 Million Dollar Transformation

A new destination for wellness and luxury emerges amidst the emerald jungle and white sand beaches of Riviera Maya with the unveiling of Rosewood Mayakoba, fresh from a total transformation of its 129 on-property More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Thursday, November 14th, 2019

Quintana Roo, the state with the highest real estate growth in Mexico

In Quintana Roo the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the Real Estate sector exceeds 25 percent, a figure that positions it as the state with the greatest development in this area in the whole country, said the More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Tuesday, November 5th, 2019

Dust of the Sahara that reaches the Yucatan Peninsula increases by 300% every year

MERIDA, YUCATAN.- Dust clouds from the Sahara desert reach the Yucatan Peninsula each and every year. “However, the amount of particles that come across the Atlantic, all the way from Africa into the Yucatán More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Sunday, November 3rd, 2019

6 Traditional Mayan-Mexican Day of the Dead foods you must try

These are a some of the most traditional foods associated with the “Day of the Dead” season in Mexico. These dishes are only prepared and eaten at this specific time of year, since they are also placed on the More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Friday, November 1st, 2019

Important questions to ask yourself when choosing Real Estate mentor

Sailing into real estate investment waters? Congratulations on your bold career move! Investments are tricky in general, and the housing market can be a minefield. To get you started, you will need a business mentor. More...

By Riviera Maya Times On Tuesday, October 15th, 2019

Tropical Storm Nestor will bring showers and thunderstorms to the Yucatan Peninsula

With Tropical Depression 15 expected to become Tropical Storm Nestor in the eastern Atlantic Ocean by midweek, another area of disturbed weather set to move into the southwestern Gulf of Mexico bears watching More...