Slow food is a gateway to a healthier life. You can join this movement to consume local, fresh products by visiting Mérida’s natural, organic markets every Saturday. IG: @slowfoodyucatan y @slowfood.meridanorte




Páayt’aan is a world music and spiritual festival. Enjoy this fun, culture-filled event on March 17 – 20 in the Magical Village of Izamal. Visit www.paaytaan.com to find out more about available activities.





Spring is here! Welcome it by taking a road trip to the coast with the sun as your co-pilot, all the way to Las Coloradas!





March 22 is World Water Day. More than celebrating, let’s take some time to reflect on the value of this wonderful resource, and how lucky we are to have access to the sea, estuary, and cenotes not just today, but year-round. Be mindful during your visits!




This is the best time to enjoy the freshest seafood! Be it by the sea or in Mérida, there’s nothing like a Pescado Frito (fried fish), ceviche, or a seafood cocktail, perhaps paired with a Cerveza? Try them all at Crabster or Silver Fish.




If coffee is more your thing, Expo Coffee & Coffee will be your favorite place for three days. Admission is free! Visit the CANACO offices (in García Ginerés) April 1 – 3, 10 am – 7 pm. FB: Expo Coffee & Coffee Mérida




April 6 is the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. Get moving! Tekax is the perfect place to get physical, with endless activities like rappelling, ziplining, bungee jumping, spelunking, and more! Join the adventure in this beautiful location.




It’s always a great time to breathe some fresh air, and a great place to do it is the U lu’umil Kuxtal Maya Garden in Maní. Nature, tradition, and culture taught through a sustainable farming system. FB: U lu’umil Kuxtal – Solar Maya




The hot season is on! Luckily, Yucatán offers endless options to keep cool: Sorbetería Colón? Helados Polito? Trolebuses at La Reina de Montejo? Stuffed popsicles at Las Rellenas de la 60? When we say endless, we mean endless!




Fun and culture for everyone! On April 2, cycle along Mérida’s beautiful streets during the Biciruta Nocturna, beginning at Palacio Cantón, and all the way to Monumento a la Patria, 6 – 10 pm.




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