In Yucatán, its towns, archeological sites, and cities are steeped in Mayan culture. Its traditional towns ooze charm, boast exquisite handicrafts and invite its visitors to try the unforgettable flavors of its gastronomy. If you really want to get to know Yucatán you must travel it with passion, and make sure to return again and again.
The name Yucatán comes from a story about Mayan inhabitants who were carrying jade jewelry and replied to the Spanish “yuuc catán”, when they were asked what they had in their hands. Yucatán has a sub-humid warm climate and its average annual temperature is 79°F. Its Magical Towns are Izamal, Valladolid, Maní and Sisal. The pre-Hispanic cities of Uxmal and Chichén Itzá are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.