• Yucatan Resort Experience, 7 days / 6 nights

  • Welcome to the Yucatán, the Mexican State, known for its preserved Mayan culture, pristine nature and local hospitality. Enjoy Yucatan Resort Experience that will open your eyes, your mind—maybe even your spirit—to more than three millennia of living Maya culture. Savor healthful cuisine, indulge in the most innovative spa treatments in the world, and experience unmatched wellness activities.

Yucatan Resort Experience, 7 days / 6 nights
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Day 1 – Saturday, April 21, 2018

Arrival at Hda. Itzincab Camara.
Itzincab Camara, Yucatan Resort Experience. Itzincab Camara.
Itzincab Camara

Your driver will bring you to the lovely Hacienda Itzincab Cámara, built on an ancient Maya site which has a large pyramid at its heart. Itzincab’s lush gardens, featuring three
swimming pools, surround the property, are home to an abundant variety of bird life. Room distribution makes this hacienda an ideal location for family reunions or retreats.
In the evening enjoy a welcome cocktail with live music followed by dinner.
Overnight at the hotel Hacienda Itzincab Cámara. (D)

Day 2 – Sunday, April 22, 2018

Yoga, Maya artisans and Cooking Class
Cooking Master Class, Yucatan Resort Experience. Yoga, Maya artisans and Cooking Class.
Cooking Master Class

This morning enjoy a morning session of energizing yoga in the gardens of Itzincab.
After breakfast, visit the surrounding artisan’s workshops. While making your own piece of art, learn about the daily life of the community.
Late afternoon head to Hacienda Tekik de Regil, the region’s most magnificent private hacienda, a truly singular property for travelers seeking an absolutely one-of-a-kind experience. A local celebrated chef will host a cooking class.
Lunch is served at the terrace and there’s also time to swim in the magnificent pool.
Overnight at the hotel Hacienda Itzincab Cámara. (B, L, D)

Day 3 – Monday, April 23, 2018

Birdwatching at Uxmal, Meditation at Xocnaceh
Uxmal, Yucatan Resort Experience. Birdwatching at Uxmal, Meditation at Xocnaceh.

Take a private guided birdwatching tour of Uxmal, famed for their elaborate Puuc style architecture, whose principal buildings are aligned to observe astronomical events. The word “puuc” is derived from the Maya term for “hill”. Visit the Pyramid of the Magician and the Palace of the Governor— the most admired pre-Hispanic Mexican structures. Continue to the Nunnery Quadrangle – one of the most representative archaeological sites of Maya culture, to view the House of the Turtles, a smaller building so called for its frieze of sculptured turtles.

Take an exclusive invitation to visit a private property Hacienda Xocnaceh. At its zenith, Xocnaceh produced cattle and henequen (sisal), the “green gold” that brought tremendous wealth to the Yucatán in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. A Maya ceremony and guided meditation will take place at the archaeological site – the oldest in the region.
Enjoy a delicious lunch in the chapel ruins at Xocnaceh and afterward, there’s swimming in the water tank, converted into a pool or just plain relaxation.
Overnight at the hotel Hacienda Itzincab Cámara. (B, L, D)

Day 4 – Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Merida markets, museums and dances

Today we explore Merida, a city that preserves its rich architectural heritage like no other. Travel its shady avenues, lined with exquisite mansions from the end of the 19th century, when henequen wealth reached its zenith and the fiber’s producers sought to reaffirm their prestige and world-view in architecture. Visit the market, cathedral and famous restored buildings in the city center.

Merida, Government Palace, Yucatan Resort Experience.
Merida, Government Palace

The tour proceeds to a private mansion in downtown where we will learn how to dance “the Jarana”, the traditional dancing of the Yucatan. Enjoy lunch in one of Merida’s fine restaurants. This afternoon is at leisure to explore the galleries, museums and shops.
Overnight at the hotel Hacienda Itzincab Cámara. (B, L, D)


Day 5 – Wednesday, April 25, 2018

The city of Izamal
Izamal city, Yucatan Resort Experience. The city of Izamal.
Izamal city

This afternoon is all about incredible Izamal—where almost every structure is egg-yolk yellow! But Izamal is no mere tourist trap—it’s a living Maya town and art colony. With a professional guide enjoy a bike adventure to see all of Izamal’s principal sites and learn about its intriguing blend of Maya, Spanish and modern cultures. Continue to visit Maya artisans’ homes and workshops and witness the creation of their magnificent crafts. Lunch is served in a private villa, where we will enjoy a tequila tasting.
Style and sophistication are hallmarks at Home tonight is Casa de los Artistas (“the Artists’ House”). Don’t be fooled by its modest entrance: past the threshold lies a splendid dwelling that combines traditional architecture with modern touches, creating a unique
setting where each room displays its own one-of-a-kind character.
Overnight at the hotel Casa de los Artistas. (B, L, D)

Day 6 – Thursday, April 26, 2018

Chichen Itza and Xocempich
Private cenote , Yucatan Resort Experience. Chichen Itza and Xocempich.
Private cenote

Our journey begins at Chichen Itza, the pre-Hispanic world’s most celebrated archaeological site. Originally built by the Maya, later conquered by Itzás, and Toltecs, and ultimately defeated by princes of Mayapán. Visit the world famous Castillo, a pyramid recently declared one of the Seven New Wonders of the World. We also visit the site’s other principal constructions and then the Sacred Cenote, where sacrificial offerings have been found. For a refreshing treat head to Xocempich, a private cenote on the ruins of an historic ranch. A cenote is a natural pit, or sinkhole, resulting from the collapse of limestone that exposes  groundwater underneath. Swim or snorkel in the cenote’s crystalline waters and relax for hours in total privacy. A delicious fête champêtre-style lunch is served beneath the magnificent old trees.
The night ends at the roof-top lounge of Casa de los Artistas, an ideal perch for a night of stargazing. Live music is served while we enjoy a special farewell dinner.
Overnight at the hotel Casa de los Artistas. (B, L, D)

Day 7 – Friday, April 27, 2018

Departure to Merida airport

Your driver takes you to the Merida airport for your flight back home. (B)
Land package price per person: $2,947 USD based on double room occupancy and a minimum of 10 people traveling

Land cost includes:
  • Accommodation at the hotels* based on double occupancy (breakfast and dinner)
  • Airport arrival and departure transfers
  • Transportation as per itinerary with water and soft drinks in the vehicle
  • English speaking guide as per itinerary
  • Meals as specified above
  • Entrance fees
Your land cost does not include:
  • Round trip airfare
  • Departure taxes/fuel surcharges or airport improvement fees subject to change without prior notice
  • Insurance – non-refundable insurance premium
  • Documentation including passport fees
  • Early check in and late check out
  • Single room supplement – a limited number of single rooms is available on payment of supplement
  • Meals not mentioned
  • Beverages not specified
  • Optional tours not quoted
  • Gratuities for individual services such as laundry and valet service or any other items of a purely personal nature
  • Tips to drivers/local guides/hotel and restaurant staff – tipping is at the discretion of the traveler
  • E. & O.E.

Itzincab: Hacienda Itzincab Camara – 4 nights
Izamal: Casa de los Artistas – 2 nights

  • Price based on a minimum of 10 people traveling
  • All services are subject to availability.
  • Prices may change until the services are confirmed
  • A similar program can be custom tailored for individuals based on sightseeing tours by private car.
  • Although airfare is not included in this program, we are able to suggest economy class round trip airfares. Please note the airfare suggested is subject to change without prior notice and is not guaranteed until such time as the ticket has actually been issued.
Special Tour Features:
  • Yoga & Artisan workshops
  • Maya ceremony and meditation
  • Cooking Class
  • Dance lesson
  • Bike tour in Izamal
  • Tequila tasting
  • Bathing in a private cenote
  • Birdwatching at Uxmal
  • Sunrise and sunset on Maya sites
  • Merida historical tour, museums and shopping