Yucatan Mexico

Home of the Enigmatic and Legendary
Mayan People

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Mayan Warrior

Yucatan Mexico
 Enchanting Province

Discover Yucatan Mexico; land of the Ancient Maya. Embark on a journey of magic and wonder.......

I am a native of Yucatan, where I was raised by my grandparents and where I have lived most of my life.

Having my parents and siblings living in The United States, we would often host for friends and acquaintances of my immediate family who came to Yucatan for a visit.

This meant that my grandparents and I would have to give the Yucatan Grand Tour to each and every person that we would welcome into our home; my grandparents wouldn't have it any other way.

Today my family and I continue this tradition.

I would like to invite you to explore the mysterious jungles of this enchanting region, to wander through its magnificent thousand year old pyramids and to bask under the sun of its superb white sand Caribbean beaches.

Visit the quaint colonial cities, towns and villages of Yucatan Mexico; delight in its delicious food - interact with the local indigenous people, who are direct descendants of the Ancient Mayans; and enjoy their legendary warmth and hospitality.

It is my wish to provide you with the opportunity to turn your next trip to Yucatan Mexico, into a lifetime of unforgettable wonderful memories.

Allow me to show you the way.............follow me!

The Yucatan Peninsula

The Yucatan Peninsula located in the Southeastern part of Mexico,  is divided into three Mexican states; all of which are one of a kind.

What they all do have in common is the warmth and hospitality of their people.

Map of the Yucatan Peninsula

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Yucatan State

Merida the Capital City

The best way to explore the state of Yucatan is to begin at its capital city, historic and colonial Merida. Currently a modern city that preserves that ancient quality, with its century old mansions and historic buildings.

Merida Mexico

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Colonial Towns

You can continue exploring other smaller colonial cities in the area such as:

  • Valladolid
  • Izamal
  • Ticul                                                                       

Quaint friendly towns which are not far away from Merida.


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Mayan Ruins


  • The archaeological marvels of Yucatán; the magnificent Mayan Pyramids, the largest and most famous being: Chichen-Itzá, Uxmal and Dzibilchaltun
  • Smaller but no less striking sites: Kabáh, Labná, Sayil and Xlapak, which are all part of Ruta Puuc / Puuc Route
  • If you are interested in history, religion, art or architecture, you might want to explore the Convent Route

Chichen Itza

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  • The nearby beaches on the Gulf of Mexico (Progreso, Chicxulub, Chelem to name a few)

Progreso Yucatan

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Rio Lagartos

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  • The Old Haciendas (Sisal/Henequen Plantations)
  • Beautiful Cenotes (Sinkholes/underground rivers) and Dry Underground Caves

Old Haciendas

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Beautiful Cenotes

Dry Underground Caves


If you are looking for a quiet and relaxed vacation and you are into history, culture, colonial architecture, old haciendas, Mayan cities, peaceful beaches, exotic wild life and great weather in the winter you will love Campeche Mexico.

Campeche City is a classic example of a seaport town from the Spanish colonial period.

During the 17th century the Spanish conquistadors turned Campeche City into a fortress to protect it from pirate attacks.

Campeche City

Inside Campeche there is a treasure chest, find its hidden treasures:

  • Old Haciendas: Santa Cruz, Tankuche, Uayamon ....
  • Beautiful Churches: Campeche Cathedral, San Roman, San Francisco .....
  • Impressive Archaeological Sites and Ceremonial Centers: Edzna, Calakmul, Balamku, Chicanna.....
  • Imposing Forts and Bastions: San Miguel, Puerta de Mar, Puerta de Tierra....
  • The impressive and constant new discoveries on Jaina Island and much more.....

Quintana Roo

Quintana Roo Mexico, home to the world famous city of Cancun and Islands of Cozumel and Isla Mujeres where you will find white sandy beaches, first-class tourist resorts, amazing ecological reserves, awesome cenotes and ancient Mayan ruins; all surrounded by the captivating blue waters of the Caribbean Sea.

Cozumel Island

Tulum Mayan Ruins


Isla Mujeres

Among the places that are a must visiting are:

  • Cancun of course!
  • The scuba diving mecca of Cozumel Island, and the enchanting island Isla Mujeres where you will be able to admire the unique underwater museum.
  • The Mayan Riviera, where you will find 75 miles (120 Km) of magnificent beaches and charming quaint little towns.
  • Mayan Ruins of: Chacchoben, Kohunlich, Coba, Tulum,....
  • Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve and Xcalak National Reef Park.

I have a lot more to show you !!!!!

Where in Yucatan Mexico would you like to start your vacation?

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