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Merida is a beautiful colonial city full of culture, history and really lovely people.
What better place to spend a weekend with your partner. You will sleep in a hacienda full of history and surprises, you will enjoy a romantic dinner with your partner, and in addition to this, you will learn about the henequen fiber process and you will be able to bathe in a magnificent cenote. Enjoy the tour surrounded by the most beautiful landscapes.
- Guide – Certified Bilingual Driver
- Food and drinks described in the itinerary
- Activities described in the itinerary
- Transportation in a vehicle with air conditioning
- 2 nights accommodation in a hotel and luxury room
- Personal expenses
- International flights
- Food and drinks not specified in the itinerary
- Activities not mentioned in the itinerary
Day 1: Arrival to Merida
Arriving in Mérida we will move by private transport, to check in at our beautiful hotel. Once installed you can tour the historic center and then afternoon free in the afternoon.
Day 2: Merida – Hacienda Maya Sotuta de Peon
On this day we will enjoy a very nice farm in the rural part of Yucatan. After our breakfast, at 8:00 am, we will go to Sotuta de Peón in our transport. They will welcome us with a refreshing welcome drink before starting our tour. This day we will witness each step of the transformation process of the Henequen (also called Green Gold in this region), from the plant to the fiber, and from the fiber to the finished product. We will visit a typical Mayan house, where we will meet a lovely Mayan gentleman, at the end we can enjoy a refreshing dip, where you can swim safely in the crystal clear waters of the hacienda’s Cenote. They will have lunch in the restaurant of the Hacienda and in the afternoon, they can rest in a beautiful room with a beautiful environment. At night, we can enjoy a romantic dinner, at our table decorated with quinqués, which includes dishes of international cuisine
Day 3: Departure
We are going home! We will have breakfast and we will have time to enjoy a little more of our room. We will move to the airport.
Confirmation will be received at the time of booking.
We recommend you bring a towel, sandals, swimsuit, sunscreen, mosquito repellent, personal toiletry, cap or hat, raincoat or umbrella, lightweight pants, comfortable shoes for walking both in the archaeological zones and by the haciendas and fresh clothes for the hottest climates.
Geography and history kept this beautiful peninsula isolated from the affairs of the new Mexican republic, and for this reason, its cultural manifestations evolved independently of the rest of the Mexican culture, influenced by its commercial contact with France, Cuba and the city of New Orleans of the United States of North America.
Architecture, fashion, and gastronomy are arts that exhibit the latent feeling of the Yucatec, a sense of belonging more to the world than to their own nation.
A characteristic feature of this culture is its mischievous sense of humor, reflected during the celebration of the dairy farms, celebrations held in honor of the annual count of the cattle and where the attendees dance animatedly a jaranita until someone screams Bomba! and proceeds to recite a picaresque quartet, the seal of Yucatecan identity.
His music, known as Yucatan trova, delights international audiences and is the result of the broad cultural influence mentioned above. Its main exhibitors of all times are Cirilo Baqueiro, Fermín Pastrana, Ricardo Palmerín, Guty Cárdenas, Pastor Cervera and Sergio Esquivel.
And with the arrival of the season, in the hot months of July and August, the traditional Yucatecan family launches to the beaches and springs of the state to recreate and rest in the company of the closest.