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Events in Xel-Ha Park

In Xel-Há we maintain balance and harmony with our planet, that is why we invite all people to perform various activities both sporting and meditation, to create greater awareness of how we can help our incredible and unique earth.

Abeja Maya Xel-Há


Maya bee Xunaan-Cab

In Xel-Há we want to transmit to new generations the importance and preservation of traditions as the Melipona beekeeping. That is why during the months of June and December of each year, Xel-Há performs the ceremony of the honey bee Melipona. This tradition dates from the pre-Hispanic times, and is conducted by a Mayan priest. Xel-Há promotes the rescue of an ancient tradition of the Yucatan Peninsula that has been weakened, and the Melipona bee is considered endangered.

Triatlón Xel-Há


  • Xel-Há's Triathlon
  • Xel-Há's Triathlon
  • Xel-Há's Triathlon
  • Xel-Há's Triathlon
  • Xel-Há's Triathlon

Xel-Há's Triathlon

Each year, in front of the majestic setting of a natural inlet at the Caribbean Sea, the Triathlon Xel-Há is carried out.
A sport that has become more popular and has shown a strong growth in recent years. Competition takes place during the month of November at Xel-Há Park and includes categories for all ages.
The starting point is at the Floating Bridge of Xel-Há for the swimming competition in the categories of 16 to 50 years and Relays. The swimming competition from 9 to 11 years old begins in the Children's World, and the category of 12 to 15 years old in the mainspring. For information on registration and enrolment, visit our Triathlon Sprint Xel-Há web page.

Environmental calendar

In Xel-Há we care about our planet and environment, reason why we celebrate nature every month.

Environmental dates
January What will you do for your planet this year? July Tree
February Endangered animals August Air
March Water September Manatee
April Earth Octuber Reefs
May Birds November Hanal Pixan
June Oceans December What did you do for Your planet this year?

With turquoise waters as a scenario, Xel-Há is a unique set of inlets, lagoons and cenotes, arising from the longest underground river in the world. The world's most beautiful natural aquarium, a place to fill your senses with the wonderful colours of tropical fish and stunning marine vegetation that inhabits the inlet.