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Four beaches to which the Yucatecans went this summer

The Yucatecans passionately love the sea … and how would it not be like this if we have hundreds of miles of beaches, mangroves and an emerald green sea where the Gulf of Mexico meets the Caribbean Sea? … Every summer we love to go to Spend the day, to camp or to spend long, […]

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Reasons why yucatecans love El Corchito

  Considered one of the most important ecological reserves of the coast, El Corchito is ideal for nature lovers and those who prefer quiet places. It is located in the swamp, so it is possible to observe a wide variety of plants and birds, including flamingos and gulls; you can also swim in the springs […]

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Merida, the best destination for Congresses and Conventions

  If you have decided to organize your congress or convention in the capital of Yucatan, you have definitely made the best decision not only for its excellent infrastructure, hotels, connectivity, security, incredible gastronomy, soon we will be premiering our International Congress Center. The International Congress Center of Yucatan is built, a few steps from […]

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International Congress Center of Yucatan … a project with a vision of the future

Yucatan modernizes its infrastructure and renews its services in a work of last generation for its versatile architectural design, to attract more and better events of national and international character … The Yucatan International Congress Center is located in a strategic point, between Colón and Cupules avenues with the crossing of streets 60...

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Yaxcopoil … A time travel to the past of Yucatán

  Hacienda Yaxcopoil founded in the seventeenth century “Place of green poplar” in history meets the three major historical periods of Yucatán, prehispanic, colonial and henequen boom of the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. La Hacienda de Yaxcopoil es una opción perfecta para aprender sobre la historia de Yucatán y conocer un hermoso […]

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Kabah, a marvel at the Puuc Route

  Kabah is one of the few settlements that retain their pre-Hispanic name, of which mention is made in the Chilam Balam of Chumayel. Along with Labná Uxmal, Sayil and Xlapak was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO under the name “Villa Precolombina of Uxmal” in 1996. Seriously. #catherwoodismyhero #incidentsoftravelinyucatán #incidentsoftravel #explore #mexico #kabah...

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