The past reveals itself and echoes in an experience from different eras. On one side, a beautiful town, a magical town, aligned according to the stars. On the other, a living site that started as a cattle and mining hacienda and today manifests itself as a large sculpture that welcomes various protagonists.
Visit stunning pre-Hispanic buildings in Uxmal: the Piramide del Adivino (Soothsayer’s Pyramid), the Palacio del Gobernador (Governor’s Palace), the Cuadrangulo de las Monjas (Nuns’ Square) and the Casa de las Tortugas (Tortoises’ House).
Stroll through components and spaces where Moorish and Neoclassical styles come together with Mayan platforms remains in the Abalá zone, with a contemporary amphitheater that leads to a cenote, at the San Pedro Ochil Hacienda.
The tour starts at the “truc” (a means of transportation in henequen hacienda times), where we will see a road of palm trees, the hacienda’s chimney and a henequen field.
Surrounded by nature, history and culture, enjoy a meal of Yucatecan delicacies: lime soup, cochinita pibil (slow roasted pork) and relleno negro (black stuffing).