Is there any example of sustainable tourism development and large scale in Mexico ?, asked biologists and ecologists specialists wetlands and mangroves. The answer was always the same: Mayakoba.

The Mayakoba Resort, located in the Riviera Maya in the Mexican Caribbean, belongs to the group Obrascón Huarte Lain (OHL) and is recognized as a model of sustainable development by organizations such as the Rainforest Alliance, the Initiative Mesoamerican Reef Tourism (MARTI, for its acronym in English) and the World Tourism Organization of the United Nations. "To achieve sustainability is necessary to integrate scientific knowledge to social, economic and legal aspects related to the development," explains the book's editors Ecological Dimensions for Sustainable Socio Economic Development, published by WIT Press. One chapter of the book is devoted to describing the model Mayakoba. To read the full article, den click the following link: