Antigua's Alfombras. Gorgeous colourful temporary carpets fill the cobblestoned street of the Guatemalan city during Semana Santa (Easter) each year. Intricate patterns handed down through generations and created in a cultural tradition that brings families and communities together in heartfelt celebration.
Each Mayan city had a specific purpose, and Tulum was no exception. This bustling seaport on the Yucatan Peninsula, trading heavily in turquoise and jade, was the only Mayan city located on the coast. Though not as large as other ancient Mayan ruins in the region, Tulum is one of the best-preserved Mayan sites in Mexico and rumoured to have some of the world's best magical energy. It remains a mystery today how these native Americans could have developed such an advanced civilization.
Luna Jaguar Spa, natural hot springs, hidden in a protected jungle reserve beyond the ancient ruins of Copán, Honduras, celebrates the sacred thermal waters, Mayan ways of mystical transformation and the cycle of eternal renewal.
The delightful homegrown tourism of Jakes Hotel and Treasure Beach, Jamaica uniquely connects travellers to the beauty of people and place, nourishes the soul and is key to maintaining a thriving local culture and community.
Los 7 Cenotes is a natural paradise and protected sacred sanctuary hidden on a private reserve, near Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. Experience the crystal blue water, serenity and ancient Mayan magic of these exquisite cenotes on a private tour that supports conservation and the local economy.