Servicio Geológico de Austria realizará el mapeo de ríos subterráneos en Tulum y Sian Ka’an Riviera Maya

El Servicio Geológico de Austria realizará éste 2015 el mapeo de los ríos subterráneos en Tulum y Sian Ka’an en la Riviera Maya.


Gonzalo Merediz Alonso de la Organización  Amigos de Sian Ka’an dio a conocer que puesto que Quintana Roo es una planicie de roca caliza de baja elevación y que la gran permeabilidad del suelo impide la formación de ríos superficiales la hidrología dominante es la que ocurre en el sistema cárstico del subsuelo. Abundó  que el acelerado desarrollo turístico del Estado y el consecuente crecimiento poblacional y urbano han incrementado tanto la extracción de agua dulce del subsuelo, como la descarga de aguas residuales.

Refirió que Amigos de Sian Ka’an, en colaboración con el Servicio Geológico de Austria realiza en 2015 el mapeo de ríos subterráneos que permiten conocer la estructura del sistema hidrológico subterráneo de Quintana Roo y su influencia en la salud humana y su impacto en los humedales y los ecosistemas marinos.

Este estudio, de manera adicional, permite identificar zonas de recarga del acuífero para definir estrategias regionales de pago por servicios ambientales, planeación urbana, ordenamiento ecológico, establecimiento de rellenos sanitarios y pozos de extracción de agua, entre otros.

Merediz Alonso destacó la participación de empresas en el financiamiento de este tipo de estudios, entre las que se encuentran el banco HSBC, la alianza WWF y Fundación Carlos Slim, así como el apoyo de instituciones como la Secretaria de Marina.

A su vez, Robert Supper, del Servicio Geológico de Austria, comentó que los fondos con que se realiza el estudio son con fines estrictamente científicos, es decir, entregar respuesta a una pregunta en primera instancia y con el correcto enfoque de la investigación contribuir al desarrollo del área.

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2015 New Year New Regulations in Mexico and Riviera Maya Quintana Roo

January 1st kicked in 2015, with it many new regulations. A few of these relevant to the Real Estate Industry, others of a general interest and applications.

Calls to mobiles and landlines anywhere in the Mexico will be charged as local calls. The marking of the number does not change, the change is, that service providers will not charge long distance fees; take into account that this measured only applies to calls to national numbers and rates for overseas communications and quotas for national services 01 900 numbers remain.

Analog television has been discontinued in Mexico, calling it “The Analog Blackout”. The Blackout has reached the Federal District (Mexico DF) Guerrero, Mexico State, Tlaxcala, Hidalgo, Puebla and Morelos. The remaining Estates of Mexico are also included so special boxes are being given to people in order to be able to process the TV signal and watch the open channels.

CFE and private companies will be fined if they are responsible for massive blackouts.

Between January 1 and March 31 the capital taxpayers may pay with points or months without interest on their credit cards for various services such as property taxes, possession rights or water bills.

Fines will be applied to vehicles traveling on federal highways without, at least, liability insurance.

The minimum wage in zone A increases to $70.10 pesos per day to and Zone B $ 66.45 pesos per day.

Investment funds in Mexico no longer will run under the legal concept of “Investment Companies” but will become part of corporations and they now must comply with the regulations governing these types of businesses. Investment funds will have to be governed under conditions such as: comprehensive reform of statutes, independent board of directors and authorized by the National Banking and Securities Commission Compliance Officer.

Calls dispatches that do debt collection can only  call febtors between 7AM and 10 PM on business days only; They will not be able to collect personal reference, except in the case of a liable third party including solidarity endorsement of debt. Debt collection companies hired by banks must be registered with the REDECO (Registro de Despachos de Cobranza).

The new “Unit Of Account of the City of Mexico” will be replacing the minimum wage as an indicator of concepts and in 2015 will be of $69.95 pesos per day, from which the salaries of officials and the capital charges, fines are determined and services in the city will be based.

The rules of operations for the Real Estate Law is set to kick in during the first months of 2015 for Riviera Maya and the State of Quintana Roo. All realtors are mandated to register and become liscenced to practice real estate.

The Federal Government has approved the creation of a new Time Zone (huso horario) in Mexico, UTC-5 Winter Time Zone (Horario del Caribe / Caribbean Time). The New time zone starts February 1st and it is set to be one hour ahead of Mexico City Time Zone (UTC-6) in the winter time only, and the same time as Mexico City during Daylight Saving Times (Horario de Verano) in the summer.


10 unforgettable experiences around the Riviera Maya

10 unforgettable experiences around the Riviera Maya.

Are you ready for some fun? You can’t beat the Riviera Maya as a fun holiday destination. It is one of the most visited places in the world, and I assure you, you will have a blast! It offers you all that goes into making a holiday perfect. The startling blue of the Caribbean Sea with its brilliant marine life, the emerald jungles alive with hundreds of varieties of birds, the mystic ruins of a civilization long gone and a liberal sprinkling of boutique hotels that make  your stay special and comfortable.  Taking it all in can be a bit of a challenge. So here are ten tours that promise to give you a taste of Mexico – not too much, not too little, but just right!

1. Eco-archaeological tripping
Xcaret, an eco-themed park that offers on it’s plate a myriad reasons to visit. The amazing varieties of birds, the cultivation of plants indigenous to Mexico, and water, which is so much part of the Mayan Riviera, the unusual water adventures to immerse oneself in, and all this cleverly planned around the archaeological restorations in the park. Everything just comes together to bring alive the history and the culture of this wonderful, warm, colorful and generous land. The culmination of the tour is an evening at the amphitheater, a world class entertainment full of surprises and traditional music. A day well spent, an evening that thrills, will definitely leave you with the resolve to come back for more…

2. The underwater people
Scuba divers, whether you are a novice or an expert, this wonderful, unusual experiment in eco-conservation is for you. An underwater artistic museum. Yes, that’s right, art under water. This is a man made reef that was thought up by three men who got together and conceived of this project. One of them, Jason DeCaires Taylor, a British artist, created more than 400 life size sculptures and had them installed underwater to protect the marine life in the area. Aquaworld, Cancun organizes dives into this startlingly beautiful seascape and it really is not one to be missed.

3. A really cool tour
This wonderful mix of activities is put together by Mayans’ Explorers. The Cool Tour is justifiably one of the best and gives you a taste of Mexico – now and then. With each tour group confined to a maximum of twelve, you are assured of a day well spent. You get an early start, (before the crowds begin) with a trip to magical Akumal, the land of turtles. Snorkel in these crystal clear waters  keeping company with turtles and other marine life in the second largest barrier reef in the world. The activities continue when you move on to Tankah, where you go zip lining and canoeing, swimming in a cenote and then satiate that appetite you built up, on deliciously prepared Mexican food. Your last stop is Tulum, to see the ruins of the early Mayan civilization. Your pleasure is doubled when it turns out your guide is a qualified archaeologist whose interesting explanations bring it all alive for you. The Cool Tour is also available as a private tour.

4. A Trajinera trip through Mexico’s culture
So a Trajinera – this is a flower festooned, colorful, flat bottomed Mexican boat. I bet you didn’t know that! Visit Xoximilco aboard one of these for an unforgettable, fun filled experience of the Mexican culture. Xoximilco, meaning ‘a field of flowers’ is a system of canals that was and still is used to transport flowers from this flower producing area. Over the years it evolved into a place of festivities, highly commended and recognized by the UNESCO. Step aboard a trajinera and enjoy an evening of music, tequila and a most unique experience of the culture and traditions of Mexico. The three hour trip accompanied by a guide who makes the learning fun, stops by passing boats that bring you exposure to different Mexican traditions and even one that serves you a genuine four course Mexican dinner. I couldn’t think of a better way to get to know Mexico!

5. A chilled out quickie!
Nope, its not what you think it is! Its a tour like no other. Well, more a hanging out with the locals, snorkeling, swimming, eating. The best trip to opt for is the Signature Tour, get to see places that are not inundated with tourists, just gorgeous spots best known to the locals. Snorkel with sea turtles, visit a typical Mexican town or pueblo, cool off in a beautiful open air cenote, feast on delicious Mexican food and round up the evening aboard an 82 foot catamaran, the largest in the Caribbean, that boasts an open bar, a dance floor, great music and perhaps some fishing too! This trip delivers on its promises to be a memorable one. From the time you set out, to the time you step off the boat in the company of your ‘local quickie‘, it is all fun, fun, fun!

6. An underground adventure like no other
Take a trip into a space where time stands still, a trip into the Mayan underworld. Rio Secreto is where you head to take the tour of a lifetime through caves in an underground river system. So yes, it will be cool and wet in places, but you are provided with shoes and wet suits. After a short informative film to orient you, the walk through the caves begins with the expert guidance of an attentive and informed expert whose warmth puts you at ease. And a long walk it is, so be warned! This is a tour that brings to you not just the awe and incredible beauty of nature, but the significance of this underground system to the Mayas. This is definitely a must for the enthusiastic spelunker! An adventure tour that promises to be like no other.

7. A Real memorable meal
A romantic dinner by the beach with the most exquisite food and wine, fresh ocean breezes caressing you as you savor your wine at the Ocean Bar – all this in an exclusive restaurant by the sea, quite off the beaten track. Yes? You’d jump at it, of course! Well, Pavo Real by the Sea is just the place, set on perhaps the best beach in the Mayan Riviera – the Maroma Beach. Eating out at the Pavo Real is an experience where the service is personalized and exclusive. The food is prepared by a French chef who conjures up a delicious blend of French and tropical cuisine. Each dish a  gastronomic treat! This restaurant is the last word in exclusivity and caters only to a few, so a reservation is certainly in order.

8. A close encounter with cenotes and ruins
One of the most popular tours offered by Riviera Adventours, is the Coba Expedition in the Munipality of Tulum. This tour brings you up close and personal with the mystic Mayan ruins at Coba. What’s unusual about Coba is that it is located near four natural lakes that give the place its name.  The ruins here are not all completely excavated, leaving most of the area overgrown and wild by the jungle. Its unusual location does not attract as many visitors as Tulum or Chichen Itza do, so that really gives you a sense of adventure! The Coba Expedition is confined to a small group, taken care of by an excellent and knowledgeable guide. And after snorkeling in a cenote you are treated to a delicious four course lunch at Oscar & Lalo’s. This no rush tour is a perfect way to absorb the history of the Mayans and is great value for money!

9. Rock the night away
This has got to be the most rocking night out in town. The Playacrawl at Playa del Carmen makes you feel like a rock star for a night, and its no ordinary pub crawl! If its a bachelor/ette party, celebrating an occasion or you just want to check out the best nightspots in town, this is the way to go. Whether you are a group of friends, a couple or just on your own lonesome self, sign up on this tour and you will have the best time ever! You get to hit three of the most happening places, sit at the best tables, make VIP entries without waiting in queues and a completely hassle free fun time. What’s more, you get picked up and dropped off and no worries of safety at any point through the evening. Making a trip out like this possible are the specially chosen guides who know their way around, know everyone around, and more than anything else, are super fun to hang out with!

10. Cavernous cenotes and dream dives
Ever scuba dived into an underwater cave? Tulum and The Riviera Maya arw known for its hundreds of cenotes. Underwater rivers that flow through caverns and caves are visible throughout the land as stunningly inviting water holes. Blue Life has scuba dives for everyone from beginners to experts. Beginners are taken to Dos Ojos and Cavalera among others, cenotes that are 15 to 18m deep. The more adventurous dive into Angelita and Dream gate Cenotes.

Well, we have a pretty varied lot of activities to choose from, but perhaps there are some I may have missed. For those of you who have been to the Riviera Maya, are there any other activities you would recommend?

Carmen Anderson is Founder of Here and There Without a Care.

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El Fashion Tulum 2014 del 4 al 7 de Diciembre.

El Fashion Tulum 2014 contó con la presencia del actor Roberto Palazuelos, quien ofreció una conferencia de prensa entre viernes durante el evento.


Roberto Palazuelos, actor de telenovelas como Hasta el fin del mundo, y que tuvo una participación en Gossip Girl Acapulco, se dijo feliz de estar en los preparativos del Fashion Tulum 2014, al que acude de una manera más altruista que otros asistentes.

El impulso que le ha dado Roberto Borge Angulo a Quintana Roo ha promovido la realización de eventos como el Fashion Tulum 2014, en el que el día de hoy está presente Roberto Palazuelos, en compañía de Dario Flota, director de Promoción Turística de Cozumel y Riviera Maya.
La conductora Renata, del canal Telehit, es la anfitriona oficial del Fashion Tulum 2014, que entre otras personalidades tendrá a René Franco, Cristian Castro,  Daniela Castro, Malillany Marín, Memo del Bosque, Adrián Uribe, Mark Tacher, Marjorie de Sousa, Pedro Damián, Mariana Seoane, Andrés García y al actor Roberto Palazuelos.
La conferencia de prensa de Roberto Palazuelos previo al inicio de Fashion Tulum 2014, evento que se llevará a cabo del 4 al 7 de diciembre, tendrña como imagen a la modelo rusa Darya Savishkina.

Arranca El Torneo de Golf OHL Classic at Mayakoba en Riviera Maya

Arranca El Torneo de Golf OHL Classic at Mayakoba en Riviera Maya


El OHL Classic at Mayakoba, hizo historia en el mundo del golf al ser el primer torneo del PGA TOUR jugado fuera de Estados Unidos y Canadá, en 2007. Hoy en día, el OHL Classic at Mayakoba es el único evento del PGA TOUR en México y es reconocido como uno de los mejores en el PGA TOUR por golfitas profesionales y espectadores.

El evento que se llevará a cabo del 1?php include(PATH.’/includes/tournament-date.php’); ?>, presentará a 132 golfistas profesionales quienes jugarán cuatro rondas en El Camaleón Golf Club en Mayakoba en la Riviera Maya, México.

El OHL Classic at Mayakoba es el único torneo profesional en Latinoamérica que otorga al campeón una invitación para el Masters y con una bolsa de $6.1 millones de dólares, ofrece la mayor cantidad de premios de cualquier torneo de golf en América Latina.

10 – 16 Noviembre 2014

132 jugadores profesionales del PGA TOUR

$6.1 millones de dólares

Puntos FedexCup:
Asignación completa

Bolsa para el Campeón
$1.098 millones de dólares y 500 puntos para el campeón

Campeón Defensor:
Harris English (68-62-68-65-263)

Campeones Anteriores:
Fred Funk (2007)
Brian Gay (2008)
Mark Wilson (2009)
Cameron Beckman (2010)
Johnson Wagner (2011)
John Huh (2012)

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Preparan ya el Mayan Madness Electronic Music Festival 2015 en Tulum Mayan Riviera

Preparan ye el Mayan Madness Electronic Music Festival 2015 en Tulum Mayan Riviera.

Tras la participación de Paul Van Dyk y Afrojack en la primera edición, los organizadores del Mayan Madness Electronic Music Festival prometen una “impresionante” fiesta para el 2015, según Notimex.

“Aunque todavía no hay detalles, estamos todavía armando el cartel, la locación será un lugar en el que habrá una fiesta impresionante a unos pocos kilómetros de Tulum, Quintana Roo, a la orilla del mar en la Riviera Maya.”

Trataremos de complacer a la gente, este evento tiene el beneficio de que está en medio de la selva con un sonido que va a dejar satisfechos a todos.
DJ’s Top 10 junto al mar

“Entonces la gente puede llegar desde temprano, agarrar su traje de baño, irse con sus cuates antes de ver a los tornamesistas que están en los Top 10 mundiales”, declaró Alejandro García Díaz, organizador de este festín, que se llevará a cabo el 4 de abril del próximo año.

García informó que todavía esperan la confirmación de algunos músicos con los que prometen crear una fiesta inolvidable ante los ocho mil asistentes que esperan para esta celebración.

Habra un escenario en 2015

Además se explicó que aunque el año pasado hubo dos escenarios, con el ingreso de cerca de 5 mil 600 personas, se tiene pensado armar para el próximo festival sólo una tarima, pero de mayor dimensión.


36 Hours in Tulum, Mexico Video of The Travel Section of The New York TImes

36 Hours in Tulum, Mexico Video by The Travel Section of The New York TImes.

You cannot miss the video of Tulum, Rifviera Maya, once a laid-back resort village with a hippie vibe, Tulum’s pace has quickened, with new shops, restaurants and nightlife options complementing the broad white beaches and yoga retreats.

See the original video at its origna source: The Newk Times Travel Videos

Nueva Autopista en Riviera Maya / PDC/Tulum/Yucatan Tendrá Sistema de Protección a Animales

Nueva Autopista en Riviera Maya / PDC/Tulum/Yucatan Tendrá Sistema de Protección a Animales, será la primera del país en contar con innovador sistema para proteger a la fauna.

El nuevo ramal de la autopista Kantunil-Cancún, que conecta con Playa del Carmen en la Riviera Maya Estado de Quintana Roo, está prácticamente listo para ser entregado, sólo faltan algunos detalles para que se pueda circular en esta vía de 54 kilómetros.

El director del Centro Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes (SCT) de Quintana Roo, Francisco Elizondo Garrido, detalló que la obra es la primera en el país con un innovador sistema de protección a la fauna y dijo que la autopista posee 21 puentes tipo escalera que atraviesan la vía por lo alto para que las comunidades de monos identificadas por biólogos y especialistas en la zona crucen sin riesgo la superficie de rodamiento.

En la construcción de la autopista se puso especial atención al cuidado ecológico, se priorizó la protección de las especies y el respetó al máximo su hábitat por lo que también se colocaron pasos de fauna que permitirán que las especies endémicas continúen sus dinámicas sin alteración.

El delegado federal de la SCT comentó que la moderna infraestructura carretera se realiza en la modalidad de concesión y consiste en los dos ramales, Cedral-Tintal con 10 kilómetros de longitud y Tintal- Playa del Carmen con 44 kilómetros.


Agregó que esta autopista permitirá un rápido acceso a la isla de Holbox desde Playa del Carmen en La Riviera Maya, así como a los principales destinos turísticos del norte de Quintana Roo como son Playa del Carmen, Tulum, Xelha, Xcaret y Sian Ka’an.

Ancient Maya Cities Found in the Yucatan Jungle Near Riviera Maya

Cities Found in the Yucatan Jungle Near Riviera Maya

A monster mouth doorway, ruined pyramid temples and palace remains emerged from the Mexican jungle as archaeologists unearthed two ancient Mayan cities.


Found in the southeastern part of the Mexican state of Campeche, a short three hour drive from the Mayan Riviera and Tulum over paved roads,  the heart of the Yucatan peninsula, the cities were hidden in thick vegetation and hardly accessible.

“Aerial photographs helped us in locating the sites,” expedition leader Ivan Sprajc, of the Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (ZRC SAZU), said.


Sprajc and his team found the massive remains as they further explored the area around Chactun, a large Maya city discovered by the Slovenian archaeologist in 2013.

No other site has so far been located in this area, which extends over some 1800 square miles, between the so-called Rio Bec and Chenes regions, both known for their characteristic architectural styles fashioned during the Late and Terminal Classic periods, around 600 – 1000 A.D.

One of the cities featured an extraordinary facade with an entrance representing the open jaws of an earth monster

The site was actually visited in the 1970s by the American archaeologist Eric Von Euw, who documented the facade and other stone monuments with yet unpublished drawings.


However, the exact location of the city, referred to as Lagunita by Von Euw, remained lost. All theattempts at relocating it failed.

“The information about Lagunita were vague and totally useless,” Sprajc told Discovery News.

“In the jungle you can be as little as 600 feet from a large site and do not even suspect it might be there; small mounds are all over the place, but they give you no idea about where an urban center might be,” he added.

Laguinita was identified only after the archaeologists compared the newly found facade and monuments with Von Euw’s drawings

The monster-mouth facade turned to be one of the best preserved examples of this type of doorways, which are common in the Late-Terminal Classic Rio Bec architectural style, in the nearby region to the south.

“It represents a Maya earth deity related with fertility. These doorways symbolize the entrance to a cave and, in general, to the watery underworld, place of mythological origin of maize and abode of ancestors,” Sprajc said.

He also found remains of a number of massive palace-like buildings arranged around four major plazas. Aball court and a temple pyramid almost 65 ft high also stood in the city, while 10 stelae (tall sculpted stone shafts) and three altars (low circular stones) featured well-preserved reliefs and hieroglyphic inscriptions.


According to preliminary reading by epigrapher Octavio Esparza Olguin from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, oneof the stelae was engraved on November 29, A.D. 711 by a “lord of 4 k’atuns (20-year periods).”

Unfortunately, the remaining text, which included the name of the ruler and possibly of his wife, is heavily eroded.

“To judge by both architectural volumes and monuments with inscriptions, Lagunita must have been the seat of a relatively powerful polity, though the nature of its relationship with the larger Chactun, lying some 10 km to the north, remains unclear,” Esparza Olguin said.

Similar imposing was the other city unearthed by Sprajc. Previously unknown, the city was named Tamchen, which means “deep well” in Yucatec Maya.

Indeed, more than 30 chultuns were found at the site. These are bottle-shaped underground chambers, largely intended for collecting rainwater.

“Several chultuns were unusually deep, going down as far as 13 meters,” Sprajc said.

Like in Laguinita, plazas were surrounded by large buildings. These include the remains of an acropolis supporting a courtyard with three temples on its sides. A pyramid temple with a rather well preserved sanctuary on top and a stela and an altar at its base was also unearthed.

Tamchen appears to have been contemporaneous with Lagunita, although there is evidence for its settlement history going back to the Late Preclassic, between300 B.C. and 250 A.D.

“Both cities open new questions about the diversity of Maya culture, the role of that largely unexplored area in the lowland Maya history, and its relations with other polities,” Sprajc said.

The work is a follow-up to the study of Archaeological Reconnaissance in Southeastern Campeche, Mexico. Directed by Sprajc since 1996, the 2014 campaign was supported by the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), Mexico. Lead funding was provided by Ken and Julie Jones from their KJJ Charitable Foundation (USA); additional financial support was granted by private companies Villas (Austria), Hotel Río Bec Dreams (Mexico) and Ars longa and Adria Kombi (Slovenia), as well as by Martin Hobel and Aleš Obreza.

In June 2014, the southern part of the Calakmul Biosphere Reserve, where Sprajc discovered most of the currently known archaeological sites, was inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage list as a mixed natural and cultural property.



En Akumal, Tulum y Playa del Carmen se proyecta el crecimiento del sector, principalmente en unidades para extranjeros.


El crecimiento inmobiliario del Caribe mexicano se orienta hacia nuevos polos turísticos: Akumal, Tulum y  ya mas consolidado Playa del Carmen.


En los próximos 10 años está proyectada la expansión poblacional de el estado Caribeño de Quintana Roo, México donde se creará una oferta residencial media y alta de unas 10,000 nuevas unidades lo que implicaría una inversión de 1,000 millones de Dólares.

En voz del Presidente de los Profesionales Inmobiliarios de Cancún  (AMPI) Miguel Ángel Lemus, se está configurando un corredor turístico y urbano desde Puerto Morelos hasta Tulum, y los intermedios Akumal y Playa del Carmen mismo que concentrará con una vasta oferta residencial y de servicios y que albergará a extranjeros que adquieran propiedadades vacacionales.

Respeto a Cancún, éste destino se enfocará a un mercado mayoritariamente nacional.

Muchos turistas de origen estadounidense, canadiense, europeo y sudamericano comienzan a tener una importante presencia en los nuevos desarrollos como Bahía Príncipe, Aldea Zamná en Tulum y la segunda etapa de Playacar en Playa del Carmen pronta a concretarse.

En este segmento, despiertan especial interés los nuevos esquemas de renta vacacional, bajo los que se están ofertando muchos nuevos desarrollos.

“Los actuales compradores son hoy personas que buscan ambientes rústicos cerca de la playa, contacto con la flora y fauna, a quienes les resulta muy atractivo adquirir una propiedad que pueden visitar por temporadas de tres o cuatro meses al año y que el resto del tiempo éstas pueden ser rentadas entregando dividendos de 6 a 7% anual sobre el costo de la propiedad”, explica el empresario.

Se trata de unidades residenciales con costos que oscilan entre 180,000 y los 220,000 dólares desarrolladas en los megacomplejos hoteleros de más de 2,000 habitaciones en todo el corredor turístico de la Riviera Maya, como Bahía Príncipe y en Ciudad Mayakoba, para la que el consorcio OHL anunció una inversión de 1,000 millones de dólares.

Para mayores detalles e información precisa se puede contactar a los  profesionales inmobiliarios en la zona, en Tulum específicamente con AMPI SECCION TULUM

Fuente,  Agencias/AMPI

Jared Leto Vacaciona en Playas de Tulum

Jared Leto Vacaciona en Playas de Tulum.

Jared Leto estuvo vacacionando en Tulum, México, en la Riviera Maya.

El cantante y actor estuvo haciendo kayak en México a unos días de sus cumpleaños, suponemos que para evitar el estrés que viene para él.

Y es que estamos a pocos días de conocer los nominados al Oscar, en donde Jared podría caer en la categoría de Mejor Actor, gracias a su trabajo en Dallas Buyers Club, donde interpreta a un homosexual enfermo de Sida.