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“The Night of the Maya” Pre-Hispanic Dinner at the Cenote Yaxbacaltún

When: 15 December, 2017 @ 8:00 pm
Where: Cenote Yaxbacaltún, Homún, Yuc., México

The night of the mayas Pre-Hispanic dinner at the cenote Yaxbacaltún Chaya and new bean tamales. Fish in black sauce with vegetable salad. Deer of farm in pipian sauce. Sweet…

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Eco Destinations

Marvel at the Cenotes of Abala

Do you have a free day and want to explore Yucatán? Don’t miss the route that we have especially prepared for you! Get ready to enjoy two fantastic cenotes that…

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Eco Destinations

Discover the Underground Paradise of Yucatán: Cenotes

Yucatán is rich in flora, fauna and cenotes (sinkholes) that will amaze you. All over the Península you can find “dzonot” created thousands of years ago, thanks to nature. In…

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Archaeological Sites, Eco Destinations

Adventure and Nature: Mayapán and Cenotes

If you wake up one morning with a craving to explore Yucatán, or you have a free day and want to do a complete route that includes an archaeological site,…

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Eco Destinations

Blue wonder: Cenote Ik Kil

Located just three kilometers (two miles) from the archaeological site of Chichén Itzá, only an hour and a half from Mérida and 35 minutes from Valladolid, the sacred blue cenote…

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Eco Destinations

Cenotes, Underwater Sinkholes

The natural wonders of the state of Yucatán are innumerable and some of the most important and unusual are the cenotes, or sinkholes. It is estimated that there are more…

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Eco Destinations

The Seven Best Cenotes in Yucatán

The natural wonders of the state of Yucatán are countless and some of the most important and unusual are the “cenotes”, or sinkholes. In Yucatán there are over 6000 cenotes,…

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Eco Destinations

Cenote Kankirixche

The Kankirixché cenote got its name from the kankirixche tree, the tree with yellow fruit. One of the many unique wonders we have in the state of Yucatán are the…

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Eco Destinations

Cenotes at Cuzamá

Subterranean Adventure: Cuzamá Cenotes If you are looking for a day of adventure and an experience that shows you more of the story of henequén and transports you into the…

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Eco Destinations

Cenote Peba

Cenote Peba, a new cenote excursion, is one of the two cenotes that are visited on the Snorkel in Cenotes excursion. Mayan Ecotours is a relatively young company that offers…

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Traveling & Getting around

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HENNESSY’S OPEN EVERY DAY During the holidays, Hennessy’s Irish Pub will be open every day (including Christmas Day and New Year’s Day). Join us on New Year’s Eve! Order from…

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Travel in yucatan

A Seven-Day Stay in Yucatán December 2017

Monday Welcome to Yucatán! Start your day by having a “torta” of Cochinita Pibil at Taquería San Fernando on Av. Cupules, from there walk to the Holiday Inn and take…

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Travel in yucatan

A Seven-Day Stay in Yucatán November 2017

Monday Start your day by having breakfast at Escargot Rústico, from there start walking and get to know all the “barrios” in Mérida. Go into the stores, museums, and galleries….

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Top 10 Yucatán

Top 10 Yucatán This Month: November 2017

1. Celebrate “Mamá Linda” in Izamal during the first week of December, and don’t miss “Las Mañanitas” sung on the night of December 7. 2. Did you know that there…

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Eco Destinations

Discover the Secrets of the Depths of Yucatán

Yucatán has impressive underground treasures, caves and caverns that will awaken your explorer’s spirit: true secrets of nature awaiting your visit. We have prepared a selection of five caves that…

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Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor: October 2017

“The souls of the dearly departed have a date with their loved ones who are still alive.” – Hanal Pixán Our October edition is usually the month with the strongest…

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Who are the maya?

Discover the Maya Underworld

The word “underworld” makes people shudder, and we immediately imagine darkness and mystery. For the Maya it was a “hidden place,” the “Xibalbá”, which you could access through the cenotes…

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