Tecoh will be your base for a few days; in this historical village you’ll find three-star hotels and haciendas nearby. If you had a long trip, recharge by exploring Tecoh’s colonial churches; if not, go for an extreme adventure at the Tzabnah caves.



Why not visit a hacienda today? Both Sotuta de Peón and Sabacché are 20 minutes from Tecoh and offer unforgettable experiences for the entire family. Don’t forget to book in advance, and especially don’t forget your bathing suit!



The Mayapán archaeological site is just 15 minutes away from Tecoh, and it’s a gem. Discover the marvels of ancient Maya architecture, and then ask a local to recommend their favorite cenote to cool off near Telchaquillo. You’ll be spending the night in Maní.



Make the most of this beautiful Magical Village. Take the guided tour of the former convent, visit a Meliponario (Melipona bee honey is extraordinary), and try the Poc Chuc at El Príncipe Tutul Xiu. You can choose to stay here for the night or go to either Ticul or Santa Elena.



Start your day in Uxmal as early as possible so you can make the most of it and also visit Ecoparque Choco-Story. Got some energy left? Visit the caves at Aktun Usil before arriving in Maxcanú to catch some Zs.



Don’t miss out on a detour to Chan Chocolá for a photo on your way to Chocholá. Here you can visit Cenote San Ignacio, or if you prefer, enjoy a meal at IXI’IM, within Chablé Resort & Spa. End the day with cocktails in Mérida; San Bravo is an excellent choice.



Strolling down Paseo Montejo is a must. Discover everything it offers, like the Palacio Cantón Museum, El Minaret, and Montejo 495. End the day with Spasso’s wonderful Italian touch, at the Hyatt Regency Mérida hotel.


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