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Tours guided by tourist advisors every hour through the museum, chapel, main house and hall. swim in two majestic cenotes and the beautiful canal. Guided tour of fruit plantations in a cart called “truck”

The Carlota cenote will welcome you with its crystal-clear waters to refresh you after the tour of the hacienda. This cenote owes its name to the fact that in 1865 the Empress of Mexico, Carlota, on a trip to the Yucatan Peninsula bound for Campeche, arrived in Mucuyché and became the first person to bathe in its waters.

In the “Azul Maya” cenote, a cave type, you will discover why the ancient Mayans considered these sites sacred. The local gastronomy of the Hacienda Mucuyche Cenote Restaurant complements this experience in the Mayab de Yucatán.



Visit an henequen hacienda
Visit two different Cenotes
Transportation from your accommodation



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