Yucatán stands for “I don’t understand you,” and we don’t understand this much beauty.
As the story goes, when the Spanish first touched Yucatán ground, they encountered some natives.
The Spanish asked, “What’s the name of this place?” The natives answered, “Tectetán,” which they translated to “Yucatán,” when the Mayas were actually saying, “We don’t understand you.”
Even though the name came from a misunderstanding, the beauty of this place doesn’t need any translation.
You can experience full tours around one of the seven wonders of the modern world, Chichén Ítza or the Old Ruins of Uxmal; dive into the cenote Xlacah; or visit Valladolid. And after a heavy day, enjoy tasty, typical panuchos with a refreshing chaya water.
The contact with nature, culture, gastronomy and history can blow your mind away and will always bring you back to Mérida, the capital. Whether you’re with friends, family or business, the multiple choices that Yucatán has to offer will always be a good idea.
— Mariana Zenizo — account executive & media representative
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