Recreate the fantastic history of Hacienda Mucuyché through guided tours to relive the passage of one of the most prosperous haciendas in Yucatán during the henequen era. Here you will also have the opportunity to swim in the mesmerizing cenotes "Carlota" and "Azul Maya.”
The oldest record of the Hacienda Mucuyché dates back to the 17th century, belonging to the Peón family for a long time.
The Carlota Cenote will welcome you with its crystal clear waters to freshen up after your tour of the hacienda. This cenote owes its name to the fact that in 1865 Carlota, the Empress of México, on a trip to the Yucatán Peninsula with a destination to Campeche, arrived in Mucuyché and became the first person to bathe in its waters.
In the "Azul Maya" cave-type cenote you will discover why the ancient Mayans considered these sites sacred. The restaurant's local cuisine complements this experience in the “Mayab de Yucatán.”
It is definitely an experience you have to live. Make your reservation to guarantee your accommodation.
Among the activities that were carried out back then were cattle raising, agriculture, and henequen plantation. Currently, only a few restorations have been made trying to keep the hacienda almost in its original state.