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Sustainability

We care for the planet and people. We offer a responsible business.

We care for the planet and people. We offer a responsible business.

Sustainability policy

Mahekal is the leading resort, attached to the highest values, organically connected to the Mayan wealth and local heritage.

Environment

We implement different initiatives to minimize the impact of our operations, working to reduce our environmental footprint and preserve the natural resources that the planet offers.

A Turtle Swimming Under Water
A Close Up Of Food On A Table

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  • The products used in the spa and the rooms are locally produced, organic, and biodegradable Phyto-dermo-cosmetic products.
  • The wood used in the Fuego Restaurant and Cantina’s wood-burning oven and grill is legally sourced, which ensures its sustainable sourcing.
  • Most of the products we offer in the Boutique are handmade, from handcrafts from different regions of Mexico to the line of handmade clothing made in Playa del Carmen and Merida Yucatan that are 100% cotton and individually dyed, which ensures unique pieces.

Suppliers

  • The products used in the spa and the rooms are locally produced, organic, and biodegradable Phyto-dermo-cosmetic products.
  • The wood used in the Fuego Restaurant and Cantina’s wood-burning oven and grill is legally sourced, which ensures its sustainable sourcing.
  • Most of the products we offer in the Boutique are handmade, from handcrafts from different regions of Mexico to the line of handmade clothing made in Playa del Carmen and Merida Yucatan that are 100% cotton and individually dyed, which ensures unique pieces.
A Birthday Cake With Lit Candles

Suppliers

  • The products used in the spa and the rooms are locally produced, organic, and biodegradable Phyto-dermo-cosmetic products.
  • The wood used in the Fuego Restaurant and Cantina’s wood-burning oven and grill is legally sourced, which ensures its sustainable sourcing.
  • Most of the products we offer in the Boutique are handmade, from handcrafts from different regions of Mexico to the line of handmade clothing made in Playa del Carmen and Merida Yucatan that are 100% cotton and individually dyed, which ensures unique pieces.

Certifications

Cristal Standards: RoomCheck, FoodCheck, PoolCheck, AquaCheck, CrisisCheck, PosiCheck, and EcoCheck.

OLAS certification is part of the global project:
Clean Ocean to limit plastic waste in aquatic ecosystems.

Our Commitment

Since 2018 we work under an environmental management system, our goals:

  • We properly manage our waste; we separate and recycle recyclable waste and we channel special handling and hazardous waste through certified companies.
  • We avoid the production of single-use plastics.
  • We do not use Styrofoam, paper restaurant napkins, disposable plastic cups, or plastic food containers.
  • We use reusable cups, straws, and food containers made from wheat starch, bamboo stirrers for drinks, doilies, and cloth napkins.
  • We reduce the consumption of water, electricity, and laundry chemicals; through our campaign to reuse whites in the rooms.
  • We involve our guests in our efforts, through a tent card where we explain the importance of their participation.
  • Each Air Conditioning equipment has inverter technology.
  • The lights of the property are led type to reduce the consumption of electrical energy.

Mahekal is the leading resort, attached to the highest values, organically connected to the Mayan wealth and local heritage.

A Reptile On A Rock

Gray Iguana

(Ctenosaura similis)

It is under the threatened category. It is common to find them basking in the sun in trees or spaces with high temperatures. They can measure up to 59 inches!

A Close Up Of A Rock

Tlacuache

(Didelphys marsupialis)

The only marsupial native from Mexico. They are harmless and when they are in danger they "Play dead". They have lived 60 million years without changing their morphology. Its name comes from the Nahuatl language and means: "Little one who eats fire".

A Cat That Is Standing In The Grass

Gray Iguana

(Ctenosaura similis)

It is under the threatened category. It is common to find them basking in the sun in trees or spaces with high temperatures. They can measure up to 59 inches!

A Turtle Swimming Under Water

Gray Iguana

(Ctenosaura similis)

The only marsupial native from Mexico. They are harmless and when they are in danger they "Play dead". They have lived 60 million years without changing their morphology. Its name comes from the Nahuatl language and means: "Little one who eats fire".

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