The Maya Language

The Maya Language While the most widely spoken language is Mexico is Spanish, there are several native language still spoken here. The Mexican Government officially recognises 68 local languages. The Maya culture is still very alive here in the Yucatán, most of all through the Maya language itself. While technically called Yukatek Maya, speakers know it only as Maya. Those …

Tulum Ruins

Tulum Ruins may not have the largest and most impressive set of Mayan buildings in the Yucatan but its location, on a 40 foot precipice looking out over the aquamarine Caribbean Sea toward the sunrise, is easily the most spectacular. Below the cliffs, with access from inside the ruins, is a small beach that can be used by people who …