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September 08, 2023|Tulum

Legacy of the Maya in Tulum: Beyond the Ruins

In the paradisiacal lands of Tulum, Mexico, lies an ancestral legacy that sparks the imagination and connects with the roots of the Mayan civilization. The ruins of Tulum, majestic and enigmatic, are the vestige of a past rich in history and spirituality.

The Tulum ruins are not just a collection of ancient stones; they are a testament to the greatness of the Mayan civilization. Strategically located by the Caribbean Sea, these ruins served as a commercial and defensive port. The Maya, in their wisdom, constructed these structures to withstand the ravages of time and nature.

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Mayan Ceremonies and the Connection to Life and Death

Mayan culture had a profound connection to nature and the cycle of life. In Tulum, Mayan ceremonies were held in honor of life and death. These rituals were a way to express gratitude for the abundance of the land and to honor loved ones who had crossed into the world of spirits.

Day of the Dead in Tulum: Celebrating Life and Death

The Day of the Dead is an iconic celebration in Mexico that honors the lives of loved ones who are no longer with us physically. In Tulum, this celebration takes on a special dimension as it combines with the Mayan legacy. Altars are adorned with Mayan elements and traditional offerings, creating a unique experience that pays tribute to the region's history and culture.

Traveling to Tulum in October is an exceptional experience. During the off-peak season, crowds diminish, allowing you to explore the ruins and beaches in peace. The weather is pleasant, and the atmosphere is charged with anticipation for the Day of the Dead.

Day of the Dead in Tulum: a festivity that unites respect for Mayan tradition and colonial heritage, creating a unique experience.

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Stay at Kore Tulum: Where Traditions Come to Life

To experience these traditions up close, stay at Kore Tulum, a retreat that immerses you in the Mayan legacy and the Day of the Dead. In addition to its exquisite tropical setting, the hotel offers authentic Mayan ceremonies, where you can participate and learn more about this rich culture.

Here, you can experience a Mayan energy cleansing ceremony, where you can partake in an authentic Mayan purification ritual led by our shaman. They will use sacred smoke composed of medicinal herbs like sage, rosemary, copal, and lavender to free you from accumulated negative energies.

At Kore Tulum, every detail is designed to offer you a unique and enriching experience. From exploring the ruins to enjoying the festivities of the Day of the Dead, this hotel will intimately connect you with the traditions and spirit of Tulum.

Tulum, with its Mayan legacy and Day of the Dead celebrations, is a destination that transports you to a world of mysticism and beauty.

Come during the off-peak season in October and stay at Kore Tulum to live these unique experiences. Immerse yourself in the history, culture, and essence of Tulum, where the past and present intertwine in an eternal embrace. We look forward to welcoming you to be part of this wonderful tradition in paradise!

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