Campeche


The state of Campeche is located in the southeast region of the country on the Yucatán Peninsula. It is known as the walled city and a World Heritage Site by Unesco. The state capital city still preserves traces of its deep Mayan heritage and protects ancient pirate stories. Its territory is rich in mangroves, jungle and coasts. Its northern border faces Yucatán and its eastern border faces Quintana Roo.

Its Mayan essence is present in every corner, through its archaeological sites, its delicious gastronomy and traditions; but it is also a clear example of the cultural fusion that can be observed in its cities, colonial towns and haciendas.

Regardless of whether your plan is to spend a vacation full of adventure, in contact with nature, discovering historical sites and admiring incredible landscapes; or simply relaxing by the beach, Campeche has it all.

Immerse yourself into the jungle and discover the secrets of its history at the archaeological site of Calakmul, located in the Calakmul Biosphere Reserve.

Adventure awaits at Campeche, and in the Petenes Biosphere Reserve you can take a kayak tour through its vast mangroves. Another unforgettable experience is to fly on a zip line landing inside a cenote, this adventure can be lived in the Cenote Azul in Miguel Colorado. If you are looking for a more relaxed experience you can take a tour through the henequen (sisal) haciendas.

Enjoy the sun, the sea and the most beautiful sunsets on the beaches of the destination such as Playa Caracol, Bahamitas, Isla Aguada, among others.

Campeche also offers you an unparalleled gastronomy that combines the flavors of traditional Mayan cuisine with the influence of the Spanish, try pan de cazón (tortilla and shark meat casserole), coconut shrimp or pámpano en escabeche (rudderfish with chili maranade) and save some room for dessert, try a marquesita or a guanábana meringue. With so many incredible options to visit, you will not know where to start, what we can assure you is that Campeche will definitely catch your eye.
The state of Campeche is located in the southeast region of the country on the Yucatán Peninsula. It is known as the walled city and a World Heritage Site by Unesco. The state capital city still preserves traces of its deep Mayan heritage and protects ancient pirate stories. Its territory is rich in mangroves, jungle and coasts. Its northern border faces Yucatán and its eastern border faces Quintana Roo.

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Its Mayan essence is present in every corner, through its archaeological sites, its delicious gastronomy and traditions; but it is also a clear example of the cultural fusion that can be observed in its cities, colonial towns and haciendas.

Regardless of whether your plan is to spend a vacation full of adventure, in contact with nature, discovering historical sites and admiring incredible landscapes; or simply relaxing by the beach, Campeche has it all.

Immerse yourself into the jungle and discover the secrets of its history at the archaeological site of Calakmul, located in the Calakmul Biosphere Reserve.

Adventure awaits at Campeche, and in the Petenes Biosphere Reserve you can take a kayak tour through its vast mangroves. Another unforgettable experience is to fly on a zip line landing inside a cenote, this adventure can be lived in the Cenote Azul in Miguel Colorado. If you are looking for a more relaxed experience you can take a tour through the henequen (sisal) haciendas.

Enjoy the sun, the sea and the most beautiful sunsets on the beaches of the destination such as Playa Caracol, Bahamitas, Isla Aguada, among others.

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