DESTINATION PENINSULA YUCATÁN
The Yucatan Peninsula It is made up of the states of Yucatán, Campeche and Quintana Roo, in Mexico. All three with their own personality and incredible places. A surprising and simple trip for the traveler.
In this section you will find articles related to the Yucatan Peninsula: the best places to visit, the best cenotes, hotels where to stay, how to get around the Peninsula, special events, the history of the Peninsula and Mayan culture, gastronomy and recommended restaurants, routes....
Walk the Yucatan Peninsula is a trip that will surprise you. Leave the usual circuits, delve into the Mayan culture, know where to enjoy the wildlife, its people, its intangible heritage, its food ....
I hope your trip is different with this section, which live the authenticity of the Peninsula.
BELOW THE ARTICLES ABOUT THE YUCATAN PENINSULA:
Arriving at the Hochob archaeological site is a feast for the eyes. Here we can see the most impressive Mayan façade in the style of chenes, are you going to miss it? The Hochob archaeological zone is one of those places that you do not have to pass through for almost ...read more
There are very few living farms that continue to work henequen as they did more than a century ago. We invite you to discover the only active farm in Mérida west of the capital: Hacienda San Miguel Chac. Discover the farm ...read more
A tour of Mayan experiences with the final icing on a delicious refreshing bath in the Chichikán cenote is the interesting proposal of the Chichikán Tourist Inn. Cenote Chichikán joins the magnificent offer of cenotes in the surroundings ...read more
The Kalot Jool cenote and the Nohoch Aktun grotto is an adventure to add on your way. Halfway between Cancun and Valladolid we find the interesting town of X-Can, a place of amazing cenotes and grottos. The town of X-Can is located ...read more
In the Yucatan Peninsula there are certain singularities that make it extraordinary, they are phenomena that are part of the History of the Planet.read more
The Chulul de Homún cenote is one of those that preserves the painted hands of the ancient Maya. Those hands are indicators of ceremonies or rituals. Let's see what surprises await us. The town of Homún is a treasure for lovers of cenotes. In...read more
There are places that have a special charm, such as San Manuel, where we find a population that leads you to the heart of this beautiful land. The archaeological findings in the San Manuel cenote have placed this small ...read more
The X'Weech cenote opened in 2019, and has become one of the tourist attractions in Sucilá. An area where to live a Yucatan with a cowboy atmosphere. The small Yucatecan town of Sucilá is 24 kilometers from ...read more
The archeological zones of Campeche are the least known in the Peninsula. We will recommend some of these wonders to enjoy your trip through these Mayan lands. The Yucatan Peninsula was part of the territory of the ancient Maya ....read more
Quintana Roo is known for being the Mexican Caribbean state, destination of sun and beach. A lot of culture awaits you here, surely some archaeological zone of Quintana Roo surprises you. The state of Quintana Roo encompasses much of Mexico's tourism, ...read more