Yucatán and Campeche States Feature


Top Reasons to Go to the Yucatán and Campeche States

Visiting spectacular Mayan ruins: Chichén Itzá and Uxmal are two of the largest, most beautiful sites in the region.

Living like a wealthy hacendado: You can stay in a restored henequen (sisal) plantation-turned-hotel and delight in its old-world charm.

Browsing at fantastic crafts markets: This region is known for its handmade hamacas (hammocks), piñatas, and other local handicrafts.

Swimming in the secluded, pristine freshwater cenotes: These sinkholes, like portals to the underworld, are scattered throughout the inland landscape.

The chance to taste the diverse flavors of Yucatecan food: Mérida has 50-odd restaurants, which serve up local specialties like fish stews and Mayan-originated dishes like pollo pibil (chicken cooked in banana leaves).

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