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Sacred Mayan Journey in Cozumel

Mayan Sacred Journey It is a ritual performed by the Mayans paddling in canoes from Polé (today Xcaret) to Cuzamil (today Cozumel) in order to worship the goddess Ixchebelyax (Ixchel). The Renewal of the Cosmos is underway and the rhythm of life must continue, just as the Mythic Canoe sails the sky towards the stars to…

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La Tumba del Caracol | Cozumel

LA TUMBA DEL CARACOL Cozumel one of the ten municipalities of the state of Quintana Roo is a Mexican island, the third largest and the second most populated of the country in the Mayan language Cozumel means "Island of the Swallows", rich in archaeological monuments, product of the Mayan culture, has incredible places for tourists…

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