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Muna

Yucatán

Yucatán is a dream destination for those who seek to explore the Mexico henequen hacienda's history, pamper the palate with its exquisite cuisine and find little corners where the only obligation is to break free from routine and enjoy the environment. Muna is a place for achieving this purpose.

Muna is the state’s western and borders Campeche. It’s surrounded by jungle vegetation such as chechem, chaya and flamboyant. It’s also common to meet iguanas on the road that rest calmly perching in the sun.

To get to Muna, you can travel by plane to the airports in Campeche—the closest—and Mérida, and then rent a car or take a bus. This quiet city is 55 minutes from Merida, 2 hours from Campeche’s capital and 4 hours from Cancun, Quintana Roo on road trip.

The weather in Muna, Yucatán, is warm and sub humid because it is surrounded by the thick jungle, which provokes rainy summers. The average temperature is 26º C. In addition to finding tranquility, here you can swim in practically unexplored cenotes.

In Spanish, Muna means “Place of soft water”. In 1875 it was recognized as a town and until 1921 it officially became one. Although it has always been a small community, some European communities settled there building religious temples and chapels in order to evangelize the locals.

Muna is a very small and quiet community, but that doesn’t detract from its attractions to learn about its history.
Yucatán is a dream destination for those who seek to explore the Mexico henequen hacienda's history, pamper the palate with its exquisite cuisine and find little corners where the only obligation is to break free from routine and enjoy the environment. Muna is a place for achieving this purpose.

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Muna is the state’s western and borders Campeche. It’s surrounded by jungle vegetation such as chechem, chaya and flamboyant. It’s also common to meet iguanas on the road that rest calmly perching in the sun.

To get to Muna, you can travel by plane to the airports in Campeche—the closest—and Mérida, and then rent a car or take a bus. This quiet city is 55 minutes from Merida, 2 hours from Campeche’s capital and 4 hours from Cancun, Quintana Roo on road trip.

The weather in Muna, Yucatán, is warm and sub humid because it is surrounded by the thick jungle, which provokes rainy summers. The average temperature is 26º C. In addition to finding tranquility, here you can swim in practically unexplored cenotes.

In Spanish, Muna means “Place of soft water”. In 1875 it was recognized as a town and until 1921 it officially became one. Although it has always been a small community, some European communities settled there building religious temples and chapels in order to evangelize the locals.

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