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Riviera Maya - Surrealista
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Credit: Vic Salas via Visura
Asset ID: VA99894
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Copyright: © Vic Salas, 2024
Collection: Environment Travel
Location: México (Guadalajara, Playa del Carmen, Tulum)
Topics: Culture Culture Editorial Environment Feature iPhone Latin America Nature Photography Reportage Travel World World heritage Culture stories Editorial Environment IPhone Latin America Nature Reportage Travel World World heritage

Victor Salas

Based in Santiago de Chile

Victor Salas Fotógrafo - Fotoperiodista Nacido en Santiago, Chile en 1973. Mi trayectoria se inicia como fotoperiodista en el periódico chileno La Nación y posteriormente como editor del semanal La Nación...
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28.05.2023.- Una persona camina en el interior del cenote Taak Bi Ha en la provincia de Yucatán, a pocos kilómetros de Tulúm, México.


A person walks inside the Taak Bi Ha natural well in the province of Yucatán, a few kilometers away from Tulúm, Mexico.
03.05.2023.- Un mexicano posa pintado después de realizar una performance frente al Portal Maya, en Playa del Carmen, México


A Mexican man poses painted after doing a performance in front of the Portal Maya, in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
06.10.2023.- Templo de Kukulkán "La serpiente emplumada", mide 60 metros por lado, en la base. Se eleva en nueve cuerpos decrecientes con una altura de 24 metros, alcanzando así la meseta que sostiene el templo, y éste levanta sus muros ocho metros más.
Cada fachada de la pirámide, ostenta una ancha escalinata formada de 91 peldaños de piedra.
La base principal de las escaleras contiene colosales cabezas escultóricas, de figura de serpiente.


Kukulkan Temple "The Feathered Serpent", measures 60 meters per side, at the base. It rises in nine decreasing sections with a height of 24 meters, thus reaching the plateau that supports the temple, and it raises its walls eight meters higher.
Each facade of the pyramid has a wide staircase made up of 91 stone steps.
The main base of the stairs contains colossal sculptural heads, resembling a snake.
07.05.2023.- Niños se refrescan en verano mientras juegan en una pileta de Playa del Carmen, México.


Children cool off in the summer while playing in a fountain in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
03.05.2023.- Un hombre bucea en el cenote Taak Bi Ha en la provincia de Yucatán, a pocos kilómetros de Tulúm, México.


A man scuba dives in the Taak Bi Ha natural well in the province of Yucatán, a few kilometers from Tulúm, Mexico.
28.05.2023.- Ruinas de Xaman Ha, en la localidad de Playacar, Playa del Carmen, México.
Uno de los primeros poblados mayas que vieron los conquistadores españoles en 1518, frente a la isla de Cozumel.
Su nombre significa “Agua del norte”.


Ruins of Xaman Ha, in the town of Playacar, Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
One of the first Mayan village that the Spanish conquerors saw in 1518, in front of the island of Cozumel.
Its name means “Northern Water”.




29.04.2023.- Dos árboles se ven en altura, instalados en un hotel de Playa del Carmen, México.


Two trees are seen in height, installed in a hotel in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
30.09.2023.- Detalle del tronco de un Taxodium mucronatum, árbol mexicano también conocido como Árbol de Tule, Ciprés de Río, Ciprés de Moctezuma, Sabino y Ahuehuete.
La palabra ahuehuete procede del Náhuatl (lengua de los aztecas o mexicanos) y significa “viejo del agua”.
El ahuehuete se convirtió en el árbol nacional de México gracias a su belleza, esplendor, tamaño y por ser testigo de la historia de este país.
Los ahuehuetes se caracterizan por su considerable altura, la cual puede alcanzar los 40 metros y su tronco puede medir 14 metros de diámetro. El ejemplar más antiguo se encuentra hoy en el atrio de una iglesia católica del siglo XVIII en Oaxaca, México y tiene al menos 1200 años que, según algunos, podrían ser hasta 3000. Su tronco, con una circunferencia de 42 metros, es uno de los más grandes del mundo.


Detail of the trunk of a Taxodium mucronatum, a Mexican tree also known as the Tule Tree, Rio Cypress, Moctezuma Cypress, Sabino and Ahuehuete.
The word ahuehuete comes from Nahuatl (language of the Aztecs or Mexicans) and means “old man of the water.”
The ahuehuete became the national tree of Mexico thanks to its beauty, splendor, size and for being a witness to the history of this country.
The ahuehuetes are characterized by their considerable height, which can reach 40 meters and their trunk can measure 14 meters in diameter. The oldest specimen is today found in the atrium of an 18th century Catholic church in Oaxaca, Mexico and is at least 1,200 years old, which, according to some, could be up to 3,000. Its trunk, with a circumference of 42 meters, is one of the largest in the world.
28.05.2023.- Ruinas de Xaman Ha, en la localidad de Playacar, Playa del Carmen, México.
Uno de los primeros poblados mayas que vieron los conquistadores españoles en 1518, frente a la isla de Cozumel.
Su nombre significa “Agua del norte”.


Ruins of Xaman Ha, in the town of Playacar, Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
One of the first Mayan towns that the Spanish conquerors saw in 1518, in front of the island of Cozumel.
Its name means “Northern Water”.


06.10.2023.- Turistas disfrutan del cenote Ik Kil, que en lengua maya significa “El Lugar de los Vientos”.
Ik Kil era considerado un lugar sagrado por los mayas que lo utilizaban como un lugar de sacrificio humano a Chaac, su dios de la lluvia.
Arqueólogos y espeleólogos han encontrado huesos y piezas de joyería en sus aguas de unos 50 metros de profundidad y 80 desde la superficie desde donde descienden largas raíces de los árboles en forma de lianas.


Tourists enjoy the Ik Kil cenote, which in the Mayan language means “The Place of the Winds.”
Ik Kil was considered a sacred place by the Mayans who used it as a place of human sacrifice to Chaac, their god of rain. Archaeologists and speleologists have found bones and pieces of jewelry in its waters about 50 meters deep and 80 meters from the surface from where long tree roots descend in the form of lianas.
22.05.2023.- Un aterdecer en la Calle Sin Nombre de Playa del Carmen, México.


A sunset on Calle Sin Nombre in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
12.05.2023.- Tallo de una Palma del Viajero, en Playa del Carmen, México. Esta planta es originaria de Madagascar, brinda agua pura al cortar su tallo y llega a medir hasta 10 metros de altura.  


Stem of a Traveler's Palm, in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. This plant originates in Madagascar, provides pure water by cutting its stem and can reach a height of 10 meters.
04.07.2023.- Instalación de madera que conecta al muelle de Fishing Kings Tulum, en México.


Wooden installation that connects to the Fishing Kings Tulum pier, in Mexico.
06.10.2023.- Templo de los Guerreros en el yacimiento arqueológico de Chichén Itzá.
El templo debe su nombre los doscientos pilares redondos y cuadrados que contienen relieves de guerreros a tamaño natural y algunos prisioneros maniatados, así como a las pinturas con escenas de batalla.


Temple of the Warriors at the archaeological site of Chichén Itzá. The temple owes its name to the two hundred round and square pillars that contain life-size reliefs of warriors and some bound prisoners, as well as paintings with battle scenes.
02.08.2023.- Playa Delfines en Cancun, México. Delfines Beach in Cancun, Mexico.


Delfines Beach in Cancun, Mexico. Delfines Beach in Cancun, Mexico.
02.07.2023.- Un grupo de pobladores pesca y alimenta a Aves Fragata en una playa de Tulum, en México.


A group of residents fishes and feeds Frigate Birds on a beach in Tulum, Mexico.
03.05.2023.- Los denominados voladores de Papantla, realizan su ritual para los turistas frente al Portal Maya en Playa del Carmen, México.


The so-called Papantla flyers perform their ritual for tourists in front of the Mayan Portal in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
26.06.2023.- Basura acumulada en una calle de Playa del Carmen, México.


Garbage accumulated on a street in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
06.10.2023.- Cenote Ik Kil, que en lengua maya significa “El Lugar de los Vientos”.
Ik Kil era considerado un lugar sagrado por los mayas que lo utilizaban como un lugar de sacrificio humano a Chaac, su dios de la lluvia.
Arqueólogos y espeleólogos han encontrado huesos y piezas de joyería en sus aguas de unos 50 metros de profundidad y 80 desde la superficie desde donde descienden largas raíces de los árboles en forma de lianas.


Ik Kil cenote, which in the Mayan language means “The Place of the Winds.”
Ik Kil was considered a sacred place by the Mayans who used it as a place of human sacrifice to Chaac, their god of rain.
Archaeologists and speleologists have found bones and pieces of jewelry in its waters about 50 meters deep and 80 meters from the surface from where long tree roots descend in the form of lianas.
03.05.2023.- Una representación de una ceremonia ancestral se realiza frente al Portal Maya, en Playa del Carmen, México.


A performance of an ancestral ceremony takes place in front of the Mayan Portal, in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
06.10.2023.- Caracol u Observatorio del yacimiento arqueológico de Chichén Itzá, Patrimonio de la Humanidad declarada por la UNESCO en 1088 y Maravilla del Mundo desde 2007. 
Se cree que este edificio, una de las pocas estructuras circulares construidas por los mayas, se utilizó para observaciones astronómicas, a través de aberturas en la parte superior de la torre.


Caracol or Observatory of the archaeological site of Chichén Itzá, a World Heritage Site declared by UNESCO in 1088 and Wonder of the World since 2007. This building, one of the few circular structures built by the Mayans, is believed to have been used for astronomical observations, through openings in the top of the tower.
06.10.2023.- Muros del Muul Tzek, que en lengua maya corresponde al tzompantli para la cultura náhuatl, "tzontli" que significa cabeza o cráneo y "pantli" que es hilera o fila.
Los muros llevan relieves de cientos de cráneos en diferentes estados de descomposición, mientras que, en las escalinatas, se observa una procesión de guerreros semidescarnados, portando lanzas y cabezas humanas a manera de trofeos, en seguida, se ven águilas, que portan corazones entre sus garras.
La función de esta estructura es la exhibición de poder por parte de los gobernantes de Chichén Itzá, a través de un discurso basado en la violencia.


Walls of Muul Tzek, which in the Mayan language corresponds to the tzompantli for the Nahuatl culture, "tzontli" which means head or skull and "pantli" which is row or row.
The walls bear reliefs of hundreds of skulls in different states of decomposition, while, on the stairs, you can see a procession of semi-fleshed warriors, carrying spears and human heads as trophies, then you can see eagles, carrying hearts between His claws.
The function of this structure is the display of power by the rulers of Chichén Itzá, through a discourse based on violence.
30.05.2023.- Un arcoiris se deja apreciar completamente durante la lluvia en un atardecer en Playa del Carmen, México.


A rainbow can be fully appreciated during the rain on a sunset in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
04.07.2023.- Muelle de "Fishing Kings" Tulum, en México.


"Fishing Kings" dock Tulum, Mexico.
18.09.2023.- Una mujer camina por la playa de Playacar, en Playa del Carmen.


A woman walks along Playacar beach, in Playa del Carmen.
25.09.2023.- Dos niñas conversan en un kiosco frente al Portal Maya, en Playa del Carmen.


Two girls talk at a kiosk in front of the Portal Maya, in Playa del Carmen.
29.04.2023.- Una iguana silvestre camina libre por una calle de Playa del Carmen, México.


A wild iguana walks free along a street in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
03.06.2023.- Un hombre caracterizado como el Hombre Araña, cambia dinero en una casa de cambio en la 5º Avenida de Playa del Carmen.


A man characterized as Spider-Man changes money at an exchange house on 5th Avenue in Playa del Carmen.
26.05.2023.- Turistas bailan y disfrutan del verano en un restaurante típico de la 5º Avenida, en Playa del Carmen, México.


Tourists dance and enjoy the summer in a typical restaurant on 5th Avenue, in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
03.05.2023.- Personas se bañan en la playa del Portal Maya durante la noche, en Playa del Carmen, México.


People swim on the Portal Maya beach at night, in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
06.10.2023.- Pilares ubicadas en el Templo de los Guerreros en el yacimiento arqueológico de Chichén Itzá.
El templo debe su nombre justamente a dichas estructuras que contienen relieves de guerreros a tamaño natural y algunos prisioneros maniatados, así como a las pinturas con escenas de batalla.


Pillars located in the Temple of the Warriors in the archaeological site of Chichén Itzá.
The temple owes its name precisely to these structures, which contain life-size reliefs of warriors and some bound prisoners, as well as paintings with battle scenes.
04.07.2023.- Selva de Fishing Kings Tulum, en México.


Fishing Kings Tulum Jungle, in Mexico.
04.07.2023.- Botella con valvas de moluscos en Tulum, en México.


Bottle with mollusk shells in Tulum, Mexico.