Destinations

  • Rio Lagartos

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    In Yucatán there are no true rivers above ground, only formations called rías, which are entries from the ocean to the coast, forming canals with abundant aquatic vegetation called mangroves. It is worthwhile exploring them; it is a unique experience. Declared “Biosphere Reserve,” with 60,000...

  • Whale Sharks

    Whale Shark season on Isla Holbox is from May 15th until September 15th. Click...

  • Loltún Caves

    Its name is derived from two Mayan words, LOL (flower) and TUN (stone). Located in the hilly...

  • The Surprises of Homun

    It was 11 am and we decided to go to Cuzamá, but after consulting the map we continued on...

  • Cenotes, Underwater Sinkholes

    The natural wonders of the state of Yucatán are innumerable and some of the most important and unusual are the cenotes, or sinkholes. It is...

  • Na' Lu'um Hotel, Restaurante, Temazcal

    Na' Lu'um is a magical place situated in the heart of the Mundo Maya, where visitors will have a relaxing stay, full of peace and tranquility....

  • Weekend at Hacienda Chichen Resort

    For a wonderful getaway, consider spending a couple of days at Hacienda Chichen Resort...

  • The seven best cenotes in Yucatan

    The natural wonders of the state of Yucatán are countless and some of the most important and unusual are the cenotes or sink holes. In...

  • San Crisanto Mangroves

    If you are looking to do something different, something the whole world has not done yet, and you have already visited Mayan ruins,...

  • Punta Laguna Nature Reserve

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    Tucked away in the jungle where Yucatan meets the neighboring state of Quintana Roo near the Gulf Coast, sits Punta Laguna,...

  • Ox Watz

    Ox Watz is a relatively new eco-tourism business formed by 56 Mayan people from the village/hacienda Tekal de Venegas. Located just 80 kilometers...

  • Bio-cultural Reserve and ruins of Kiuic

    Preserve and conserve the biodiversity of the Yucatán

. Open to the public by invitation or by reservation of groups of 15 people, The Kiuic...

  • Cenote Kankirixche

    The Kankirixché cenote got its name from the kankirixche tree, the tree with yellow fruit.

    One of the many unique wonders we have in the...

  • Cenotes at Cuzama

    NOTE: DUE TO AN ONGOING DISPUTE BETWEEN THE VARIOUS INTERESTS WHICH OVERSEE CUZAMÁ, ONE OR MORE OF THE 3 CENOTES MAY NOT BE ACCESSIBLE. We...

  • Yokdzonot Eco-Touristic Cenote

    While cenotes date back to the formation of the earth or the impact of a meteorite 65 million years ago, when a path is cleared to a cenote,...

  • Cenote Peba

    Cenote Peba, a new cenote excursion, is one of the two cenotes that are visited on the Snorkel in Cenotes excursion. Mayan Ecotours is a...

  • Caves of the Yucatan

    The Yucatán Peninsula is a porous limestone shelf with no above-ground rivers or lakes. Instead there are underground rivers, lakes,...

  • Day Trip: Oxkintok and the Calcehtok Caves



    A great day trip from Mérida - only 43 miles away - a visit to the Oxkintok ruins and nearby Calcehtok caves makes a wonderful adventure! Oxkintok...

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