The route of the monasteries is a great adventure for which you will learn about the history and background of Yucatan. Since the arrival of the Franciscans in 1524 that began the evangelization and the building of many temples, monasteries and chapels were built in the Yucatan.
In the main square you can visit two Mayan buildings restored, the pyramid and the palace of the stucco. These buildings are dated to the Early Classic period, between V and VI centuries AD C.,
In Mani, Fray Diego de Landa made his "Act of Faith" (Act of Faith), when he ordered the burning and destruction of many documents and Mayan statues during the Franciscan movement to convert the indigenous
MaMa meas "No, No" while some indigenous people do not often use the word breast, without an accent instead of mother or mother. On the
The municipality of Teabo, is one of the 106 municipalities of the Mexican state of Yucatan. The name of the municipality in the Mayan language means "your breath," derived from the words for you, you
Tekit known as "place of desparramiento" in ancient times, this place belonged to the chiefdom Peanut Tutul Xiu, was one of the major towns. This
Few places in the world can have a privilege to combine history, culture and natural beauty, Tecoh is one of those places. In this place
Chumayel is one of the 106 municipalities that make up the Mexican state of Yucatan. It is located east of the state and approximately 70
San José Eknakan
San José Eknakan is a former hacienda that was founded in the 18th century as a cattle station under the jurisdiction of the town of Homún. In 1790 its owner was Don Gregorio Antonio Pastrana, an important Yucatecan landowner...
Mayan Ruins and Cenotes
Mayapán was founded by a group of Cocom who are associated by experts with the Mayan culture – Toltec.
Cenotes of Cuzama
Cuzamá, famous in the region for its cenotes and the peculiar way of visiting them. The tour through the different cenotes is done in “trucks”, which are small carts pulled by horses
Route of the Cenotes in Homún
A few kilometers ahead of the town of Cuzamá is Homún, which has more than 350 cenote and several tourist inns where they can organize a trip by tricitaxi, bicycle, ATV,....