Entrance door to the Mayan World, Yucatan will surprise you with its History, Traditions and Ancestral Culture. 

Driving in your car passing through authentic Mayan villages reaching Puerto El Cuyo is a nice road trip out of time. 

Local people are very friendly and are welcoming tourism, also highlighting that Yucatan is the safest State in Mexico, out of 32. 

Located in Rio de Lagartos Biosphere, El Cuyo is a remote destination that is eco-tourism, sport, adventure, and jungle discovery-oriented.  

Sharing Pelicans, Pink Flamingos, Dolphins or Turtles daily life from your Casita is reflecting El Cuyo " Excellence ".

 

Design your own Lifestyle. Yucastyle.
— Las Casitas El Cuyo
You will find local products for sale on the road all around the Peninsula. Stop to learn more about Mayan Culture and typical food and products.

You will find local products for sale on the road all around the Peninsula. Stop to learn more about Mayan Culture and typical food and products.

In the past, Puerto El Cuyo was oriented on forestry, wood industry and chewing gum exportation. National and foreign ships were arriving in El Cuyo,  looking for special species of wood from Northeastern forests. 

It became a fisherman village after the deforestation and lack of raw materials. Heart of the Mayan Civilisation , the region also offers the best Archeological Sites like Chichen Itza, Coba, Uxmal or Ek Balam.

Yucatan State has the special characteristic to have Cenotes, underground river systems that flow beneath the entire peninsula. Called “ Dzonot “ in Mayan and translated as “ Hole with water “ , they are considered as a very unique formation in the world.

The merge of Mayan and Spanish cultures created a culinary mix that later became enhanced with Arabic and French elements, creating a new exceptionally diverse and sophisticated gastronomy. Its large range of flavors, exotic elements and extraordinary colors opens the doors of an exquisite world to everyone who tastes it.

 

        30 000 cenotes or exposed access points to these caverns are estimated and we count over more than 140 km of explored passages.

        30 000 cenotes or exposed access points to these caverns are estimated and we count over more than 140 km of explored passages.

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