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Hopelchen in Campeche

 Hopelchen in Campeche

Located in the northeast of the state of Campeche, Hopelchen in Campeche is a very picturesque town. It reflects the relaxed way of life of the southerners. This, with its high-ceilinged houses and facades painted in the most vibrant colors. Hopelchén is very close to the border between Campeche and Yucatán. It is near municipalities…
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Dzilam town in Yucatan

Dzilam town in Yucatan 

Dzilam town in Yucatan is a very peaceful place of natural beauty and beautiful beaches. With attractions such as water springs, the Elepetén cenote, the lagoon, and “Las Bocas”. Here the river and the sea meet. Near this port, towards the east, is the Yalkubul lighthouse, one of the most outstanding parts of the coast.…
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town of calkini

Town of Calkini

The name of the town of Calkini in Campeche comes from the Mayan language meaning “throat of the sun”. In this town they make the famous jipi and nunkini hats. Its main tourist attractions are former “haciendas” (Tankuche, Santa Cruz) and natural resources (Isla Arena, the Cenote and Canal del Remate) are among the most…
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town of bolonchen

Town of Bolonchen

The town of Bolonchen derives its name from two words of the Mayan language: bolon which means nine, and chen which means well. Which together means nine wells. From time immemorial, in fact, nine wells formed the center of this town in the plaza, and the wells can still be seen in the plaza itself.…
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Hat town of Becal

Hat town of Becal

The Hat town of Becal is a cheerful town with the typical image of the towns of Mayan tradition. Here, constructions with a strong neoclassical influence combine with the usual oval-shaped Mayan huts with two entrances and the sympathetic expressions of modern architecture. All of it sprinkled with a great popular sense. Hat town of…
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The Chetumal-Belize free zone

Make the most of your dollars in the Chetumal-Belize Free Zone

The Chetumal-Belize Free Zone, also known as the Corozal Free Zone, is a duty-free business zone located halfway between Mexico and Belize. Here’s everything you’ll need to know about going there. What does it mean? Free Zone or Free Trade Zone means that cities with this denomination offer duty-free imported products. This is reflected in…
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Towns near Tulum

Live the authentic Mayan life in these towns near Tulum

The Magical Town of Tulum is a must-see and the best example of Mayan charm thanks to its ruins located on the edge of the Caribbean Sea. It is also the only archaeological site that sits on the edge of a cliff. This is one of the best and most beautiful beaches in the Riviera…
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Town of Tizimin

A real Mayan experience at the town of Tizimin

The town of Tizimin is famous for the traditional fair in honor of the Three Kings, which comes at the end of December and beginning of January. Because of this fair, the city has the nickname “City of Kings”. It has established itself as a destination where tranquility and rest reign among homes overrun by…
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el cedral town

Celebrate Cozumel’s greatness in El Cedral town

El Cedral town is around 14 miles from the main city. It is around a 30-minute drive away. Upon arrival, you will find a community steeped in history and culture. This town boasts one of the island’s oldest relics, with much of its architecture and evidence of paintings on the walls dating back to 800…
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puerto progreso

What to do in Puerto Progreso? 

Because of its size, many come from Merida to spend just a day in this port town. However, being the most important port in the state, a single day is nowhere near enough to experience everything. It’s a dream destination for those who enjoy beach-hopping or ecotourism. Those interested in important archeological sites; and, of…
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