Hacienda Sisal Video

Welcome to the Hacienda Sisal Cancun Mexican Restaurant! Enjoy an exceptional mexican cuisine, music and hospitality at the best restaurant in Cancun.

Mayan Majesty

Journey through time and explore the Mayan treasures of the Yucatán, mysterious ruined cities that are the legacy of one of the most advanced civilizations ever to flourish in the Americas. Temple builders, intrepid seafarers, gifted artists,…

Whale Sharks Video

Whales Shark from Royal Resorts on Vimeo. A Date with the Domino Fish, Whale Shark Watching It’s whale shark season and these gentle giants are gathering in a stretch of ocean between Holbox, Contoy and Isla Mujeres to filter feed on the…

Nature

Wherever you go in the Mexican Caribbean you are not far from the jungle, the dense mantle of green that conceals many an ancient temple and is a refuge for a host of tropical birds and animals. This is the land of the jaguar or balam, the biggest…

Izamal

Did you know that Yucatán has its very own city of gold? Visit Izamal, Yucatán’s very own pueblo mágico, literally “magical community,” a title it earned as a result of its rich heritage. It is a blend of pre-Hispanic and Spanish architecture…

Exploring the Riviera Maya

One of the world’s leading destinations, the Riviera Maya offers visitors pearly white beaches, sheltered bays for snorkeling, nature parks, archaeological sites and lively waterfront communities headed by Playa del Carmen, the area capital.…
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Mérida

One of Mexico’s oldest and loveliest cities, Mérida boasts colonial churches, 19th-century civic buildings, and mansions imbued with all the opulence of la belle époque. Architectural splendor is only part of the story: museums are many,…

Yucatán’s Colonial Heritage

In 1517, a Spanish expedition led by Francisco Hernández de Cordoba set foot in the land of the Maya, he was followed by fellow countrymen Juan de Grijalva and Hernán Cortés in 1518 and 1519, respectively. Cortés landed on Cozumel but soon…

Mayapán

Unlock more of the secrets of the past by visiting Mayapan, the last capital of the Maya on the Yucatán Peninsula. Located 30 miles south of Mérida, this site was founded around A.D. 1250 during the post-Classic period of Mayan civilization…

Muyil

A 20-minute drive to the south of Tulum lies Muyil, also known as Chunyaxche, an archaeological site on the shores of a lagoon that shares the same name. The largest Mayan site found to date in the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, Muyil was an…