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Traveling & Getting around

Ecology, Traditions

Who can tell us how much it will rain?

During the planning of your visit to Yucatán, you probably researched the weather to prepare adequately for your trip, and you may have realized that you are arriving during the…

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Top 10 Yucatán

A Seven-Day Stay in Yucatán – September 2018

With 106 municipalities, countless cenotes, beaches, archaeological sites, and haciendas, Yucatán boasts one of the world’s densest cultural landscapes thanks to its ancient and contemporary Maya population. Accept that you’ll…

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Top 10 Yucatán This Month: September 2018

Yucatecans celebrate Mexican independence (September 16) all month long. Admire the colors of the flag in bright lights along Paseo de Montejo and in the Centro Every Monday at 9…

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Colonial Cities

Monumento a la Patria

Inaugurated in April 1956 under the hand of Colombian sculptor Rómulo Rozo, the Monumento a la Patria has been part of this city for more than 60 years, and its…

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Traveling & Getting around

What’s New?

PARQUE VENADOS Discover new paths, escape from the everyday and enjoy the contact with nature on a unique guided tour on ATV that you will love. Let yourself be taken…

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Letter from the Editor

Letter From the Editor: September 2018

“When was the last time you did something for the first time?” – Various authors There’s a whole world out there of things you have never tried. And this month’s…

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Colonial Cities

Hunucmá, Gateway to Nature and Architecture

Hunucmá, a colorful city on the way to Sisal, will welcome you with architectural and natural surprises that will provide a quiet, but memorable travel experience. When you get into…

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Travel in yucatan

Super Kid Day

This month my day-trip suggestion is a Saturday that will blow the minds of small kids. I recommend beginning with breakfast somewhere fun and bakery-esq such as El Globo on…

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Colonial Cities

Mérida’s Arches, Doorways to History

A city is known for its streets, its people… and its monuments. In Mérida’s Centro you can still find three colonial arches that tell us their own stories and are…

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Top 10 Yucatán This Month: August 2018

  1. In Río Lagartos, spot the Bare-throated Tiger-Heron, or “Garza Tigre,” an incredible bird with a giraffe-like long neck and tiger-striped details. 2. An oldie but goodie, Mayan Pub…

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A Seven-Day Stay in Yucatán – August 2018

With 106 municipalities, countless cenotes, beaches, archaeological sites, and haciendas, Yucatán boasts one of the world’s densest cultural landscapes thanks to its ancient and contemporary Maya population. Accept that you’ll…

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Letter from the Editor

Letter From the Editor: August 2018

“How did it get so late so soon?” – Dr. Seuss No one sums up the passing of time better than Dr. Seuss does in this quote. This month we…

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Travel in yucatan

Mayapán Plus Cenote Swim

This month I’m sharing my family’s absolute favorite day trip with you. It combines the chance to explore a magical Maya archaeological site with the opportunity to swim in a…

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Travel in yucatan

Magical and tropical, a day trip in Yucatan’s majestic haciendas

To walk between majestic gardens, with relaxing moments under the warm peninsular sun, to enjoy the perfection of Yucatecan gastronomy pool-side… this and more awaits you on a day trip…

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Top 10 Yucatán This Month: July 2018

Reduce your carbon footprint and get closer than ever to the wildlife and nature of Yucatán by camping. Pitch a tent in one of our favorite camping spots, like San…

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Travel in yucatan

A Seven-Day Stay in Yucatán July 2018

With 106 municipalities, countless cenotes, beaches, archaeological sites, and haciendas, Yucatán boasts one of the world’s densest cultural landscapes thanks to its ancient and contemporary Maya population. Accept that you’ll…

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Letter from the Editor

Letter From the Editor: July 2018

“The past informs the present.” ― Fennel Hudson This simple quote about tradition speaks volumes. We are very fortunate to be situated in the heart of an ancient civilization whose culture is…

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Destinations, Traveling & Getting around

Experience Darkness in Las Grutas de Calcehtok

About an hour outside of Mérida on the highway heading towards Campeche, rest the caves of Calcehtok, guarded by the descendants of their discoverer. Alejandro’s great-grandfather was the first person…

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Haciendas, Travel in yucatan

Live the Muchuyché Experience with Cenotes, Caverns, and a Gorgeous Hacienda

This ex-hacienda, located in Mucuyché (“tree of the turtledove”), south of the pueblo, used to farm henequén. The splendor of its partially restored buildings is still apparent. But the most…

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Destinations, Traveling & Getting around

Go off-road with Mayaland in Uxmal

Don Gama has always been an explorer. I know this, because he told me, and also because I can tell that he’s exploring now, as his hands grip the wheels…

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