Day of the Dead: memories and traditions at the Riviera Maya
Colors, candles and skulls. The Riviera Maya is filled with decorations and activities to celebrate the Day of the Dead, a celebration that we remember people who are no longer with us with a visual and gastronomic show that despite being a rather melancholy subject, has an air of joy and celebration. It is also the perfect excuse to look for your hotel in Riviera Maya and enjoy the most traditional Mexico.
The wildlife of the Riviera Maya and its environment XI
Scientific: Basiliscus vittatus Wiegmann Maaya t’aan: Tóolok English: Striped basilisk, Brown basilisk, Jesus lizard Description: This is one of the most common and distinctive lizard species found in the area. The individuals observed are usually small in comparison with the iguanas, but some can reach a length of 80 centimeters (almost 32 inches).They are greenish brown in color, with two yellow stripes that cross the head and body. Both sexes have crests. They are usually seen “standing” or running rapidly on their hind legs. Due to the structure of their feet and their speed, they can run on the surface of puddles and streams. For this reason, they are commonly…