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Natural Paradise

Yucatan is one of the most magical and beautiful places in the world; you can discover an ancestral culture, connect with the nature, taste exotic food. Be one with the elements, expand your mind and heal in the paradise

Chichen Itza: One of the Seven Wonders of the world

Archaeological Sites

Visit one of the seven wonders of the world in Chichen Itza, the fascinating ancient mayan cities around it like Uxmal, Dzibichaltun or Kabah, and learn about this magical culture on an unforgettable adventure.

Ek Balam the Acropolis

Dzibichaltun Casa de las 7 Muñecas

Uxmal Piramide del Adivino

Monument to Motherland

The white city

Walk through the historical neighborhoods in Merida, the capital of Yucatan; visit the beautiful downtown with its colonial palaces and see the iconic Homeland Monument, an impressive tribute to prehispanic cultures. 

Peon Contrera’s Theater

Merida Cathedral

Canton’s Palace

Roasted Longaniza

Eat and Heal

The yucatecan cuisine is one of the richest in the whole world. The vast diversity of ingredients that grow in the territory, mixed with influences from Europe, Cuba and New Orleans, make it one of the essential places to eat in Mexico and the world for all the culinary lovers. 

Cochinita Pibil Tacos

Pitahaya

Chaya

Celestun Flamingos

A geographical paradise

The unique natural landscapes of the state of Yucatan are something you’ve never experienced. Swim in beautiful natural pools under a cave, go to the outstanding beaches that are just a few miles from the city or watch some of the most exotic birds and creatures on earth.

Progreso Beach

El Corchito

Cenote Cuzama

Izamal the Yellow City

Magic Everywhere!

The magical towns of Yucatan are an obligated stop to anyone who enjoys historical tourism and places that seem to be frozen in time. Visit Valladolid, a colonial city with impressive architecture from the sixteenth century and lots of monuments to visit; or Izamal, the city of the three cultures with its whole buildings painted in yellow.

Valladolid

Merida’s Downtown

Merida’s Downtown