As every year, we begin our New Year’s resolutions and one of the most popular by far has to be working out. How about mixing things up a bit and trekking the ample site of Uxmal for a dose of cardio?



Take a walk through La Mejorada. This traditional Barrio is home to a lovely park, the Señora del Carmen church, the Faculty of Architecture, and the Museo de la Canción Yucateca. Also, did you know that the first rail in the peninsula was laid here in 1870?




Head to Cenotillo to explore the multiple cenotes in the area and try the town’s unique Chinese food.



You can still go see the flamingos in Celestún during their courting season. Take a boat ride to see these and other waterfowl that live in the biosphere.




Visit Kimbilá to discover this town’s gorgeous embroidered blouses and Huipiles; and take one home with you!




If you go to Valladolid with your little ones, consider staying at Eco Camping Valladolid. On page 13, Cassie tells you more about this unique accommodation option where you can spend the night in a converted VW bug or airplane!



On February 2, the Día de la Candelaria is celebrated. That means one thing: Vaporcitos! Don’t forget to pre-order.




If you’re looking for a sweet treat for this Valentine’s Day, nothing beats Ki’Xocolatl. They say that love comes through the stomach!




Visit Hacienda Sotuta de Peón, and don’t forget to try the house Margarita, made with Henequén liqueur and sour orange straight from the hacienda’s orchard.




Yucatecans are romantics by nature and this makes our state the best spot to spend February 14 with your valentine. Picture this: Confidente chairs, Trova music, a walk down Paseo de Montejo, and you and your honey. Perfection!





Editorial by Maggie Rosado
Yucatán Today



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