Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

The Yucatán Peninsula, situated between the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Ocean, once served as the center of Mayan civilization. Today, it is still a destination full of discovery, from the Pyramids of Uxmal to the historic villages of centuries passed.
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Airports

Manuel Crescencio Rejón International Airport (MID)
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Currency

Mexican Peso (MXN)
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Language

Spanish
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TRAVEL TIPS

When to Visit

November – February for pleasant temperatures and tranquil breezes.
November 1 to celebrate Día de los Muertos.
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Hacienda Santa Rosa

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Hacienda Santa Rosa

Explore the treasures of Mayan culture from the authentic yet elegant perch of Hacienda Santa Rosa, a former nobleman’s estate.
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Hacienda San Jose

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Hacienda San Jose

Surrounded by lush tropical gardens, Hacienda San Jose is a centuries-old plantation house transformed into a hotel of mystique.
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Hacienda Puerta Campeche

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Hacienda Puerta Campeche

The restored 16th-century Hacienda Puerta Campeche is the ideal place to take in the delightful town of Campeche and the surrounding ancient Mayan sites.
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Hacienda Temozon Sur

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Hacienda Temozon

Mayan culture radiates from the brilliant coral walls of Hacienda Temozon, a relaxing retreat in close proximity to the Pyramids of Uxmal.
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Hacienda Uayamon

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Hacienda Uayamon

Built in 1700, Hacienda Uayamon features graceful gardens and grounds that enhance the surrounding beauty of native flora.
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