Uxmal Yucatan Mexico

Arco de San Juan, Mérida, Yucatán

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Mexico’s Hidden Getaway

Each year, millions of tourists travel to Yucatán to experience the destination’s diverse attractions, ranging from natural underground swimming pools and picturesque colonial towns, to historical archeological sites and world-class cuisine. The state boasts two UNESCO Cultural Heritage of Humanity sites, Uxmal and Chichén Itzá, as well as two Magical Towns, Izamal and Valladolid.

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WHERE TO GO & WHAT TO DO

Cities & Magical Towns

Yucatán has a wide variety of places to see and stay for travelers from urban Mérida to many small towns like Valladolid.

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PLACES TO STAY

Yucatán is famous for its luxurious and historical Haciendas.

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CULINARY

The culinary delights of a typical Yucatecan kitchen derive from an exquisite blend of ingredients used by the ancient Mayas.

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ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES

There are more than a dozen examples of Mayan history and culture to explore in Yucatán.

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

Yucatán’s diverse ecosystems range from tropical jungles to magnificent beaches and exotic cenotes.

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SHOPPING

Local stores sell Mayan pottery, artwork, hot sauce and spices, allowing you to bring a piece of the Yucatán back home.

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Reviews & Recommendations

“A little off the beaten track, but worth your while. We enjoyed a day at the ruins exploring this monumental ancient Mayan settlement. The beauty of the buildings and surroundings were really impressive.”

by I-Zoey on TripAdvisor

“Uxmal is little off the beaten track, but worth your while. We enjoyed a day at the ruins exploring this monumental ancient Mayan settlement. The beauty of the buildings and surroundings were really impressive.”

by I-Zoey on TripAdvisor

“There is far more to Celestún Biosphere Reserve than simply a tidal estuary with flamingos. There are hundreds of miles of mangroves, salt flats, beaches, a fun little town, Mayan history and more species of birds”

by Lbuggs on TripAdvisor