Rosewood Mayakoba is proud to support Centro Educativo K’iin Beh, a school built in 2017 for the children of its employees and the local community. Located 15 minutes from the resort, K’iin Beh welcomes over 250 students and offers bilingual, full-time education for children in elementary and middle school. Travelers interested in contributing to the school through sustainable tourism can do so via tax-deductible donations, providing school supplies such as pencils, paper, markers, and more, or through hands-on, on-site projects like reading or computer lessons. The creation of the school is a reflection of Rosewood Mayakoba’s deep-rooted commitment to the well-being and success of its staff and surrounding community.
Rosewood Mayakoba provides guests with the ability to make meaningful and authentic connections with the local community by visiting K'iin Beh. Visit this "happy place" and join the children for a fun, interactive gardening experience.
Explore one of the three onsite cenotes located within Mayakoba, particularly El Burrodromo, where guests are treated to a firsthand look at the ancient cave’s community of bats, beautiful rock formations, and crystalline waters that link to all other cenotes on the Yucatan Peninsula.
This interactive gin-making workshop is led by the only gin producer on the Yucatan peninsula, Roberto Brinkman, the proprietor behind Gin Katun. This special spirit is distilled using traditional methods but spotlights a variety of more than twenty botanicals native to the Yucatan, including Naranja Agria (sour orange), Chinalima (sweet lime), Mayan Oregano, and more. Learn how to distill Gin Katun in this curated workshop followed by a cocktail tasting.