Let yourself be surprised by the beautiful landscapes of the Celestun River, a reserve located at the mouth of the largest subterrene water basin in Yucatan, in the same area as the ring of cenotes and Rio Lagartos. Enjoy the best-preserved coastal wetland corridor in the westernmost part of the Yucatan peninsula.
The Mayans considered the cenotes as sacred places, know these natural freshwater ponds, supplied by a subterrene river that is formed in many places in the Yucatan peninsula by the erosion of the soil and feel the connection they make with your body.
Impressive structures that were great cities of the pre-Columbian Mayan civilization, surrounded by indescribable landscapes.
towns and cities
Merida, a peaceful paradise, the beauty of its streets make it a place of elegance and contrast amidst its colonial houses, Mayan ruins, and architecture. Its food, layered with an exquisite gastronomic heritage, will take care of your appetite. Plaza Mayor is a vibrant meeting place where local people enjoy traditional beverages, such as champú or sorbet.