Stretching down the Caribbean coastline of Yucatán, from Puerto Morelos to the biosphere reserve of Sian Ka'an, the Riviera Maya is home to Playa del Carmen and Tulum in the south. It is home to the ruins of an ancient Mayan port city with the large stone castle El Castillo and the Parque Nacional Tulum, and is one of the best-preserved coastal Maya sites. Tulum served as a major port in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo and was one of the last cities built and inhabited by the Maya. Built along the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula on 12-meter high cliffs, it managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish began occupying Mexico. A one and a half hour drive from Cancún and with temperatures around 30°C and a Robert Trent Jones II golf course this is the perfect winter getaway. Join us and tee off for a more tolerant world and support our Grid of Light, spreading awareness for solutions to building bridges for religious and cultural peace.
In 2018 more than 25% of the world’s countries experienced violence, terrorist acts and hostile incidents of religious conflict. Clashes with bloodshed were observed in more than fifty countries, killing thousands. In more than a third of all existing countries there are now hostility and discrimination against faith-based communities along with massive restrictions on freedom of speech and religion. In the time and age of globalization, climate change, war and the resulting mass migration where different cultures and religions are intermingled with each other on a large scale, new ways of compromise and acceptance have to be found. We're putting together an international panel of spiritual leaders, academics, peace prize winners and individuals with hands-on experience that have different solution approaches for building bridges and tolerance for a peaceful and harmonious coexistence. Let's raise our voices to make that difference! PLeace G.O.L.F. Mexico