I traveled to the incredible Xel-Há water park near Tulum mid-COVID—here’s what it was like.
White-sand beaches and turquoise waters aren’t the only sights in the Yucatán of southern Mexico.
Admire some of Mérida’s most beautiful buildings, but don’t forget about their dark past.
Dive into an underwater sinkhole, enjoy a slow-cooked Yucatecan meal, or book a stay at a colonial mansion.
The Yucatán’s biggest city is quickly becoming one of the most fashionable places in the Americas.
Even if you don’t have a penchant for the past, it’s worth a trip just to see these impressive feats of architecture and engineering in person.
Mérida is small enough that a long weekend is enough time to soak up the sights and sounds and do a little exploring outside of the city.