We are ready to welcome you back!

After months of tireless work, we are ready to welcome you back. We look forward to greeting you from September 12th in the following cooperatives: Yokdzonot, Ek Balam, Kaua, Tekit, San Felipe, Sinanché and X'Canché. From September 14th in San Crisanto and from September 15th in Rio Lagartos. See you soon in the lands of the Mayab!

About us

We are a union of cooperatives committed to the practice of responsible, solidarity-based, fair and conscious tourism through the promotion, commercialization, governance and strengthening of organizations dedicated to community-based tourism in the Yucatan. We promote:

1. Responsible tourism that considers best tourism practices that reduce the impact generated by this activity.

2. A solidary encounter that opens the approach to social reality and coexistence, promoting intercultural dialogue.

3. Fair trade where public and private institutions cooperate with local organizations ensuring an equitable distribution of the benefits generated by tourism.

4. A conscious journey as an experience that contributes to personal growth, through contact between visitors, locals and natural and cultural heritage.

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Why travel with Co’ox Mayab?

You will be able to understand the history of the Mayan people from pre-Hispanic times to the present day, to comprehend the reality of Mayan culture today.

You will also help to consolidate a tourism model that contributes directly to the local development of the communities.

You'll discover Yucatan from a local perspective.

You'll get to know the biocultural heritage of the region.

The income from your trip will be distributed more evenly.

You will help strengthen a democracy-based initiative.

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Archaeological Sites in the Yucatan: traveling beyond Chichen Itza

The Yucatan is known for having a variety of sites, of all colors and flavors, that satisfy all types of visitors. But, above all, it is known worldwide for an emblematic site: the castle of Chichen Itza. This archaeological site is one of the main …

Handicrafts, a way to contribute to local economy in times of pandemic

Nowadays, in the wake of the pandemic, Yucatecan communities have been affected due to the change in their usual activities, which allowed them to obtain an economic livelihood. Handicrafts are an important source of income for families in many communities in the Yucatan, especially those …

What Happened to Community-Based Tourism during the COVID-19 Pandemic?

The COVID-19 pandemic came as a big bucket of cold water for everyone. After an intense planning process, at the beginning of the year we held a couple of meetings with the operative team and partners in the community of San Agustín, with the objective …

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