I Love Yucatan Tours 2019 . Mérida, Yucatán. México.

Get ready to

fall in love with Yuctan!

Archaeological Sites

Travel back in time among the ancient Mayan temples and marvel at the monumental urban conception, impressive architecture and artistic ornamentation of this culture and above all be amazed at the mystical and scientific knowledge developed by this civilization.

CENOTES

Cenote (from the maya dzonoot: "Hoyo con agua"). Unique formations in the world, places for the provision of fresh water in the Yucatan plain. For the Mayans, the cenotes were sacred places. There used to perform sacrifices and rituals that were part of their cosmology. The cenotes have been scenes of great importance for the Mayans since ancestral times, since they were considered portals or windows to the world of the dead for them called Xibalba. Do not miss the opportunity to refresh yourself and feel renewed in these sacred waters of the Yucatan!

HACIENDAS

Go back in time to the colonial era and breathe the atmosphere of economic prosperity that lived in the Yucatan. The boom of the haciendas is reflected throughout the southeast of the republic with high demand and production of the much sought after henequen plant (species of the genus of the agaves also known as "green gold"). The haciendas have been an important part of the history of the Yucatan and today they are converted into small paradises for the enjoyment and rest of its visitors. The henequen haciendas are a symbiosis between nature and the history of the Yucatan.

NATURE RESERVES

Celestún

Celestún is an Eco-tourist paradise in the state of Yucatán. Among its natural attractions are the Cambay Spring which is a fresh water spring that bubbles up in the mangroves, the Island of the Birds, where you will enjoy an amazing variety of birds and there is also Tambor, where the main attraction is the Pink Caribbean Flamingo, the only known population in North America and its home is the Ría de Celestún, it is their point of food and rest. Celestun flamingos are the pinkest in the world, due to the concentration of carotene in the water. They can be seen in their natural ecosystem aboard boats guided by locals. The best time of the year to see them is from December to March.

Río Lagartos y Las Coloradas

Celestún is an Eco-tourist paradise in the state of Yucatán. Among its natural attractions are the Cambay Spring which is a fresh water spring that bubbles up in the mangroves, the Island of the Birds, where you will enjoy an amazing variety of birds and there is also Tambor, where the main attraction is the Pink Caribbean Flamingo, the only known population in North America and its home is the Ría de Celestún, it is their point of food and rest. Celestun flamingos are the pinkest in the world, due to the concentration of carotene in the water. They can be seen in their natural ecosystem aboard boats guided by locals. The best time of the year to see them is from December to March.

Sisal

One of the most beautiful beaches in the Yucatan, an ideal place for those looking to relax and be at one with nature.

The Historic City of Mérida

It is the second oldest city in Mexico. Mérida was founded in Yucatán on January 6, 1542, on the remains of an ancient Mayan settlement known in the region as Ichcaanziho, which means "five hills." Mérida is distinguished by its traditions, culture, picturesque neighborhoods, delicious regional foods as well as luxurious restaurants of local, national and international food, local markets and also modern shopping centers, great human quality and at all times you can admire the beauty that surrounds its streets and each of the enclosures that combine the magic of the past with the modernity of the present. This city has everything to make your visit a unique and unforgettable experience!