1. Grab your snorkel and follow the paths of Pixyah, Tecoh municipality, to the Noh-Mozón cenote.

2. Book your tour to the Ceiba beer factory! Fridays only, and it must be booked in advance.

3. Try the original Poc-Chuc recipe at Los Almendros, located in the Mejorada neighborhood of Mérida.

4. Enter the mysterious Yucatecan underworld of the Loltún caves, located only 100 km from Mérida.

5. Walk through the jungle and observe how the wonderful Puuc-style buildings emerge from the greenery at the site of Sayil.

6. During your visit to the Yucatecan coast, stop at Telchac Puerto and try the most delicious coconut sweets in Yucatán.

7. The street is closed to traffic on the Calzada de los Frailes avenue in Valladolid, on Fridays and Saturdays from 5 pm to 11 pm.

8. Get to know one of the jewels of the Yucatecan coast, the port of El Cuyo, three hours from Mérida.

9. Discover one of the most unique haciendas in the state, Hacienda Katanchel. Imagine arriving to your suite in a “truck,” doesn’t that sound cool? Reservations required.

10. While discovering the Convent Route, don’t miss Maní, the place where friar Fray Diego de Landa ordered the destruction of many Maya documents.

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