Jaltún y Dzinitún, two small parks to experience nature in a big way
Yucatan is undoubtedly a land of natural bounty, the vast biodiversity of its flora and fauna is no less surprising than the geography that this beautiful state awakens in national and international tourists.
Two of the ecological parks that receive the most visits are Jaltún and...
Sotuta de Peón Hacienda Viva
In the jungle that surrounds Merida, just 45 minutes from the city itself, you will find a complex of henequen fields and colonial buildings that seem to be suspended in time; Sotuta de Peón Hacienda Viva.
Built in the mid-1800s, this hacienda was devoted to henequen production for the...
Long before the now famous animated movie “Coco”, Mexico was already known all around the world for its colorful celebrations of “día de muertos”, day of the dead. An ancient Prehispanic tradition that’s celebrated all over the country in different ways,...
Paseo de Montejo - The Heart of Merida
There is an avenue in Merida that connects the Santa Ana neighborhood in the heart of the city with the beginning of the highway to Progreso Port, that avenue is Paseo de Montejo. A road of vital importance to the city, the avenue harbors a variety of banks, museums, hotels, and government...
The Cathedral of San Ildefonso
When one hears about centuries-old cathedrals, rich in history and legends, it is very common that one thinks about the gothic cathedrals of the Old World like Notre Dame. But let us surprise you a little bit as we tell you that we also have them here in America. And you are lucky enough that we...