Welcome! We are a group of owners and visitors concerned with the
preservation of the special ambiance and environment of Yal-Ku lagoon
and all of North Akumal.
Our goal is to facilitate the sharing of information and to work with all
involved to ensure the future of Yal Ku. To improve communication and sharing
of information, we have created an interactive map of all of
North Akumal and we have set up a community bulletin board. We also have included a
page with links to area newsletters.
Please join our effort by signing up (request an Access Code from the Interactive map page or
send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org). Then do share your thoughts, concerns and suggestions
with others by submitting your insights to the forumns.
We support the efforts of the Akumal Council
We support the efforts of CEA.
Area Newsletters: We encourage you to stay informed. In addition to the information in the
community bulletin board, there are several good area newsletters that supply
useful information to all. (Some are commercial and some are non-profit. Listed
in alphabetical order.)
serving the extended Akumal community, the non-profit Akumalian is published monthly.
Whitty and chatty, this newsletter really does help you connect to everyting
that is happening (or has happened recently) in Akumal.
The monthly CEA newsletter contains information on their current initiatives, ecological concerns,
recent activities, and more.
The LocoGringo newsletter is often mostly about new listings and special rentals, but
it also has special features. LocoGringo has numerous articles and lots of information on Akumal
and the surrounding area.
Sac-Be.com publishes a monthly newsletter in addition to their extensive site with
information on the Rivera Maya. "In this newsletter we introduce articles and stories
new to Sac-Be. We also strive to promote upcoming events and provide newsworthy pieces
submitted by readers."