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El Cuyo, Yucatan

A paradise in Yucatan, called El Cuyo. You must visit this place.   Pure – white sand welcomes you to this paradise that the modern world skipped. View this post on Instagram Impresionante atardecer en El Cuyo, Yucatán • • • La fotografía es de @kaary_kd Te invitamos a que visites su galería • •…

Centro histórico de Mérida

El centro histórico de Mérida es un hermoso lugar repleto de historia, alberga numerosas obras de arte colonial, personajes emblemáticos, edificios de mucho valor arquitectónico y artístico, por algo es considerado uno de los más bellos y el segundo más grande del país. Si quiere conocer un poco de historia y tradición al mismo tiempo que disfruta de un ambiente amigable y tranquilo, recorrer las históricas calles de la ciudad blanca es una excelente opción. 1.- Plaza grande (zócalo) https://www.instagram.com/p/BCQwAJpzfc2/?tagged=plazagrandemerida 1.- Casa de Montejo (zócalo) https://www.instagram.com/p/BCNyGG5kLjd/?tagged=casademontejo 3. Palacio de Gobierno https://www.instagram.com/p/BA6ChPGDtD8/?tagged=palaciodegobiernomerida 4. Catedral de San Idelfonso https://www.instagram.com/p/BCuKhToynAd/?tagged=catedraldemerida 5. Centro cultural Olimpo https://www.instagram.com/p/BHBbOBIgBCW/?taken-at=274555333 6.- Ayuntamiento de Mérida https://www.instagram.com/p/1MejCmGMMr/?tagged=palaciomunicipaldemerida Para reservar tu tour en Mérida da click aquí

Yucatan Haciendas

The way of life in the Yucatan peninsula, which blends elegance and freshness, is reflected in the henequen (sisal) producing haciendas scattered throughout the low jungle prevailing in the region. These exquisite constructions enjoyed their first splendor at the turn of the twentieth century, and they have once again become a global benchmark for luxury…

Izamal Yucatan, Magic Town

After departing Merida, travel east to arrive at Izamal, a colonial town with a distinct small town feel. Izamal is one of Mexico’s Pueblos Magicos (Magic Towns), a designation given by the Mexican secretary of Tourism to towns that have an important historical or cultural significance. Houses, shops and churches throughout Izamal are all painted…

Uxmal, Yucatan

A majestic layout, spectacular jungle setting, and pink-hued limestone pyramids and temples make Uxmal one of the most picturesque ancient cities in the Puuc region. The name Puuc translates to hills in Yucatec Maya, and the Uxmal ruins are situated on hilly terrain. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Uxmal was one of the most important…

Merida, Yucatan. The White City

Merida is the capital and largest city in Yucatan state and the cultural and financial capital of the region. It’s a modern, cosmopolitan city with museums, art galleries, restaurants, shops, and boutiques. A major center of commerce, Merida Yucatan is considered the crossroads of the region and one of the most important places to experience…

Celestun a beautiful experience with the wildlife and nature

Celestun is a picturesque coast village whose virgin beaches have made it an ideal showcase for those who seek to get away from the hustle of the massive tourist sites. Its name means “painted stone” in Mayan language and, given its tradition, it conserves the folklore of the Mayan fishermen. It is found 91 kilometers…

Progreso, Yucatan: Sun, Beach and Fun

Merida residents flock to the port city of Progreso to stroll along the malecón (waterfront promenade) and take a dip in the emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Progreso’s lovely waterfront promenade is always bustling with food and craft vendors, local residents and beach-goers, and the waters just off the coast are calm,…

Paseo de Montejo, Colonial Splendor in Merida

Merida’s elegant tree-lined Paseo de Montejo is the city’s main boulevard and most fashionable district. Once a primarily residential area, the Paseo de Montejo in Merida has since been commercialized and many of the historic 19th century mansions that line the boulevard have been converted into restaurants, nightclubs, boutique hotels, shops, office buildings and museums….

Valladolid, The Sultan of the East

  Located mid-way between Mérida and Cancun, colonial Valladolid is the third-largest city in Yucatan and a good base from which to explore the surrounding region. Visit Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza and Ek’ Balam, the Balankanche caves and Rio Lagartos, a coastal fishing village and flamingo colony located within the Reserva de la Biosfera…

Cenotes near Valladolid, secrets of the Mayan’s land.

If you want to cool off in clear and transparent water, you don’t need to leave Valladolid. In the Yucatan Peninsula, near Valladolid, Merida and the Riviera Maya you will find underground fresh water pools from below the surface rivers connected throughout the entire Peninsula. In several of the region’s cenotes pre-Hispanic and even prehistoric…

Xtabentun, nectar from the mayas: The legend behind this liqueur.

As seductive as the legend behind it, Xtabentun is an ancestral Mayan liqueur, very famous in the Yucatan peninsula. The liqueur is made from fermented honey, resulting from the work of bees that pollinate the xtabentun flower, and rum or anis liqueur. Its name means “vine that grows on stone” or “morning glory” and just…

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