Visiting the San Antonio de Padua (Saint Anthony of Padua) Convent, especially in the afternoon when the sun projects long shadows on the archways within.
Climbing up high in Kinich Kakmo, Izamal's main archeological area.
Touring Izamal on one of the bikes that they rent at the Izamal Cultural and Artisan's Center and getting to know the 'corners of legends.'
Visiting the famous Virgen de la Concepcion (Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception) effigy.
Enjoying the excellent food at Restaurante Kinich.
The San Idelfonso (Saint Ildefonsus) Fiesta on April 3rd.
The Santo Cristo Negro de Sitilpech (Holy Black Christ of Sitilpech) Fiesta on October 18th with dances, processions, and meals organized by the different traditional unions.
The Day of La Virgen de Izamal (Our Lady of Izamal) on December 8th.