UXMAL & KABAH
Uxmal was the capital of a late classic Maya state around 850-925 AD. Considered one of the most representative Mayan cities and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
One of Yucatán’s biggest natural reserves, home to a huge variety of animals and birdlife, including a large flamingo colony.
CENOTE DE CUZAMÁ
The word cenote derives from the Mayan word “tsʼonot” meaning a location with accessible groundwater. These natural pits are nowadays accessible for visitors, and you can swim and see exceptional fauna and flora.
While most haciendas (colonial estates) have been converted into luxury hotels (or ruins), Hacienda Yaxcopoil is one of the few which have been conserved as they have been for centuries.
Mérida will be your home city during your stay. With you Spanish teachers, you will be visiting the Palacio de Gobierno, Casa de los Montejo, Paseo de Montejo, Merida's plazas, the cathedral…
Merida is home to many regional dishes with roots from traditional Mayan cooking with European and Caribbean influences. During your stay, you will experience the best of Mexico’s gastronomy.