Malo’Kin – Good day in Maya language.
Feedback to our adventure in Mexico, few months later… Along the crowdy and touristy Mayan Riviera, it is very hard to find alternative tourism opportunities. The picture is composed by huge resorts, private beaches, luxurious trucks, international cuisine, recreational parks including wildlife in captivity, bimbos and lazy wealthy tourists. The controversial side of this business is hundreds of hectares of mangrove and wetlands destroyed, aquifers and rivers contaminated, natural protection against hurricanes cleared, etc. The picture of tourism there is the « all inclusive » packaging. If you go out of the main urban patches of Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Tulum, you will find adventure, pristine waters and green « Nature », still… For how long?
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