Yenekamu: keeping Sudcalifornian roots alive

Baja California Sur has fascinated memories which created tradition and customs to give identity to its people. As an initiative to persevere the history of Los Cabos, Yenekamu was born. A civil association which seeks to share the origin and roots of this land through emblematic places which contributed to the development and cultural growth of Los Cabos, especially in the Cabo San Lucas area.

Inside this you’ll find Faro Viejo, a beautiful monument in Cabo Falso inaugurated on May, 5 1995 and that for many years’ witness boats that sailed through sudcalifornian waters to every part of the world.

Yenekamu seeks to transmit a feeling of belonging in its people, especially in Los Cabos through knowledge, rescuing and spreading the historic, cultural, and natural heritage of the region.

In words of the president of the association, Felipe de Jesus Marron Rosas: “for us to be able to love, respect and take care of Los Cabos, first we need to know it. That is why, it is important to acknowledge what we have and what we can enjoy as cabeños, to feel proud and show it with dignity to travelers. You don’t love what you don’t know.”

Keeping alive this legacy is the first step to make this paradise not a place, but a home.

For more information, please contact: rofe.feliperosas@gmail.com

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