Composting 101

Eco Tips How to create your own compost in 7 steps Did you know that from 1999 to 2009, Xel-Há has generated more than 2,000 tons of compost? All the organic material is used to cr...

Melipona Bee Ceremony Xel-Há

Traditions in Xel-Há The Melipona Bee and the Mayans   In Mayan cosmology, it was believed that Earth was held by four gods: it was the responsibility of the bacabes that the ...

New activity in the Riviera Maya

Zip-Bike in Xel-Há Fly Over the Jungle   Zip-bike is a unique journey through nature, surrounded by the most amazing flora and fauna of the region.  It is a journey of 600 met...

Tortugatón Campaign Reaches its Goal

Tortugatón Campaign Ends with $52.505 pesos Xel-Há‘s Social Media Community Raises $25.378 After 2 months of your tweets, likes, pins, and check-ins, your social media activi...

The Trees in the Life of Pedro Ku

We are Xel-Há Peter Ku and His Passion for Trees Pedro Ku, from the department of Sustainable Development at Xel-Há, tells us the legend of Chechen and Chaca and more about his wor...

Getting Close to Marine Life in Xel-Há

World Oceans Day Exploring the Inlet’s Fauna  Did you know that 14.258 organisms of different species on average live in the inlet at Xel-Há? Xel-Há, the largest natural aqua...

How We Take Care of the Environment

Learn and Raise Awareness World Environment Day in Xel-Há “Take care of the Earth and she will look after you.” – Author Unknown Since 1973, June 5, the world ope...