Yucatecan cuisine is one of the most distinctive and delicious in Mexico, thanks to its fusion of Maya, Spanish, Lebanese, and Caribbean influences.
Cenote Saamal, a captivating cenote in Yucatan, beckons visitors to embark on an extraordinary journey into the mystical depths of its turquoise waters.
Nestled amidst the lush greenery of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula lies a hidden gem of history and spirituality – the Convent of San Bernardino de Siena in Valladolid.
The beaches of Puerto Progreso Yucatan are some of Mexico’s gulf best-kept secrets. This resort town near Merida welcomes visitors with a splendid beach, perfect for hot summer days.
Known for its crystal clear water and white sandy shores, the beaches of Yucatan offer the perfect setting for a relaxing and rejuvenating vacation.
Today, I will take you to Las Coloradas, a small fishing village in Yucatan known for its stunning pink lagoons, the reason why so many visitors come every year.
The colonial Magical Town of Valladolid Mexico, in the Yucatan Peninsula, has splendid architecture, beautiful cenotes, archaeological sites, ecological parks, and much more. ..
Needless to say, my favorite activity in the Yucatan Peninsula is swimming in Cenotes, with Cenote Oxman being my top choice…
Despite its relatively recent discovery and adaptation for the public, Ek Balam has become in recent years one of the most valued sites in Yucatan by archaeological tourists.
The cenote Suytun, near Valladolid, in the Yucatan Peninsula, is one of the most impressive in all of Mexico.