Travel through time in the stories of the henequen haciendas of Yucatan, enjoy with our tour of these majestic places of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries of the time of green gold in Yucatan, you will enjoy the Hacienda Uayalceh, Yaxcopoil and Ochil, in addition to taste the delicious Yucatecan gastronomy.
It is a beautiful henequen hacienda from the eighteenth century, transformed into a luxurious hotel is attended by its owners and has 18 finely decorated rooms, outdoor jacuzzis and tubs carved in coral stone.
Ideal place to go back in time and breathe the atmosphere of economic prosperity that Yucatan lived. Temozón Sur, is located 45 km from the city of Mérida
Founded in the eighteenth century, this farm shows the transitional stage that took place in the state, when the great henequenals gave way to the cultivation of aloe vera (aloe vera).
The Hacienda Misné was one of many in the state that in colonial times was dedicated to working the henequen, therefore it is understood the amount of machinery installed there, which are still preserved in safekeeping
Get ready to live a unique stay. From the moment you arrive, you will be transported back to the 17th century, when Hacienda Santa Cruz was a thriving henequen hacienda and home to Franciscan monks.
"La Hacienda Tepich" is a colonial place dating from the 18th century, which is currently "La casa vargas" that opens its doors to provide accommodation with an atmosphere of its time in which you can enjoy its architecture and natural beauty of its spacious gardens and
Sotuta de Peón - Village Resort, located in the heart of the henequen area of Yucatan, 45 km from the city of Mérida, is the best option for those who want an escape to a one-of-a-kind hotel, with a relaxing experience
“Place of Green Poplars”, emphasizes its elegance with huge trees of this kind. Founded in the 17th century, the hacienda is now an important site museum. A walk through here is equivalent to a centennial reunion with the lifestyle that the landowners recreated
San Ildefonso Teya. Founded in 1683, it was one of the key points of henequen production. Its economy based on agricultural and livestock production was prosperous and very profitable.
Tourist site that offers the option of knowing in detail the different stages of the henequen production process.
Ochil, is located 43 km from the city of Mérida
It dates from the 17th century and was built on the remains of a Mayan site. It is located within the Cuxtal ecological reserve and offers its visitors a quiet environment and luxurious facilities. This farm is offered exclusively for rent and has all