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Route of the Cultural and Natural Wealth of Yucatán

Valladolid, Cancún

Enjoy this incredible route that begins in Cancun, Quintana Roo. Get to know some of the most famous tourist destinations in the world and spend unforgettable days on its beautiful beaches. Take rides on a jet ski, yacht or catamaran and have fun-filled nights in one of its modern nightclubs.

Then get ready to tour the state of Yucatán, first you will be headed to the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Valladolid. At its Main Square you will find everything from lodging to handicraft shops, it is also a great place to take a stroll. In Calzada de Los Frailes there are many restaurants and coffee shops for all tastes and budgets. Following the same route, you will reach the Franciscan-style Convent of San Gervasio that dates back to the times of the conquest. Live the experience of swimming in the Zací Cenote a few blocks away from downtown, or visit the cenotes that are located in the surroundings such as the Xkéken and the Samulá. From Valladolid you can also go to the archaeological sites of Chichén Itzá and Ek Balam.

Continue the route to Tizimín, a charming little town whose main attractions are the old Convento and Parroquia de los Santos Reyes (Convent and Parish of the Santos Reyes) and the Convento de San Francisco (San Francisco Convent). Here you can visit the archaeological sites of El Palmar and Dzonot Aké. Don't leave without trying the Mayan elixir: the Xtabentún liquor.

This trip ends in the Ría Lagartos Biosphere Reserve, an impressive place where the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea meet. Take the time to admire the species that inhabit it and the natural landscape that surrounds it; especially in the Las Coloradas area, where the water is the same color as the flamingos that live there. Get ready to fall in love, you’ll wish you could stay there forever.
Enjoy this incredible route that begins in Cancun, Quintana Roo. Get to know some of the most famous tourist destinations in the world and spend unforgettable days on its beautiful beaches. Take rides on a jet ski, yacht or catamaran and have fun-filled nights in one of its modern nightclubs.

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Then get ready to tour the state of Yucatán, first you will be headed to the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Valladolid. At its Main Square you will find everything from lodging to handicraft shops, it is also a great place to take a stroll. In Calzada de Los Frailes there are many restaurants and coffee shops for all tastes and budgets. Following the same route, you will reach the Franciscan-style Convent of San Gervasio that dates back to the times of the conquest. Live the experience of swimming in the Zací Cenote a few blocks away from downtown, or visit the cenotes that are located in the surroundings such as the Xkéken and the Samulá. From Valladolid you can also go to the archaeological sites of Chichén Itzá and Ek Balam.

Continue the route to Tizimín, a charming little town whose main attractions are the old Convento and Parroquia de los Santos Reyes (Convent and Parish of the Santos Reyes) and the Convento de San Francisco (San Francisco Convent). Here you can visit the archaeological sites of El Palmar and Dzonot Aké. Don't leave without trying the Mayan elixir: the Xtabentún liquor.

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