December 21 is finally here. While you can rest assured that the "Mayan Apocalypse" is more of a misinterpretation than a real fact, we think it makes a good excuse to reflect on our lives and think about what we'd like to change. :)
Day of the Dead or "Día de Muertos" takes place on November 1 and 2 in Mexico. Given the importance of this timeless fiesta, UNESCO granted it World Heritage status in 2008. #dayofthedead #diademuertos #mexico
Cancun’s New Maya Museum Opens | Cancun and Riviera Maya News | Royal Resorts News Blog - On November 1, 2012, Mexican President Felipe Calderón Hinojosa inaugurated the Museo Maya de Cancún (Cancún Maya Museum), the latest in the network of museums operated by the Mexican Institute of Anthropology & History (INAH). The museum will initially open with 400 exhibits, but the complete collection is expected to comprise around 3,500 Mayan artifacts.
A longtime supporter of conservation campaigns in the Mexican Caribbean, Royal Resorts is always looking for ways to make more efficient use of natural resources, save water and electricity and to reduce its carbon footprint. Today, in observance of World Tourism Day (WTD) which is being celebrated in 2012 with the theme Tourism & Sustainable Energy, Royal Resorts would like to tell you about some of the most important green initiatives underway at its six resorts in Cancun and the Riviera…
The Royal Resorts Foundation: Helping our local Community | We are always seeking ways to give something back to the local community and help its most impoverished citizens. In 2006, the Royal Resorts Foundation (Fundacion Royal Resorts A.C.), a non-profit organization, was established to continue our work in Cancun and further afield, seeking to benefit more and more people and combat the threats facing the area’s fragile ecosystems.