Mexican archaeologists studying the ancient Mayan cities of Dzibanche, Kinichna, Tutil and Ichkabal in southern Quintana Roo have identified a network of sacbes or highways that once linked the sites. This discovery was made possible by the use of LIDAR remote sensing technology so sophisticated that it is capable of seeing what lies beneath the dense mantle of jungle vegetation.
In addition to residential areas and the palaces and temples of the ruling class, they have also identified the outlines of raised fields and cultivation terraces, irrigation canals and reservoirs, evidence of agriculture and water storage facilities to support the area population in the pre-Classic period of Mayan history.
In May Royal Resorts Foundation representatives will present Fundacion Lomas with a check for $324,000 pesos raised from the Fourth Royal Resorts Foundation Race in support of its college scholarship program. Thanks to the participation of the 2019 Royal Resorts Foundation Race competitors, volunteers and sponsors, nine students will now be able to go to […]
We share the news with you whenever new measures are implemented at Royal Resorts to protect the planet. This time it is the turn of the Spa and the Restaurant Division to go green. The Spa has replaced the plastic products used in body wraps, manicures and pedicures with biodegradable alternatives. Reusable dispensers have been […]