NOTICES:

 

TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC, NOTE THAT THE HACIENDA WILL CLOSE  SATURDAY  OCTOBER 2, 9 and 16. DO TO A PRIVATE EVENT.


THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL AND TRAVEL AGENCIES ARE INFORMED THAT THE HACIENDA WILL OPEN FROM MONDAY TO FRIDAY FROM 10 AM TO 6 PM AND SATURDAY FROM 10 AM TO 4 PM. CLOSE ON SUNDAY.
CALL TO RESERVE THE CELLULAR NUMBER OR SEND A WHATSAPP TO: + 52 (999) 9001193
OPENING FOLIO (RS-013942).
DUE TO THE CORONA VIRUS (COVID19) AND THE GOVERNMENT PROVISION, WE HAVE MODIFIED SOME OF OUR POLICIES WHICH COULD AFFECT THE SOCIAL EVENTS SERVICES WE PROVIDE.

Directions

General.
Hacienda Yaxcopoil is part of the Hacienda Route south of Merida and is also on the Puuc Route, Convent Route and in the middle of the Mayan World or Mundo Maya. This is an excellent location as a base for exploring the Yucatan or for a casual visit during a longer road trip. The Hacienda is located about 22 kilometers or 14 miles  (30 minutes) south of Merida, the capital of Yucatan State, on Federal Highway 261, at Kilometer 220.

From Merida.
Use any major southbound street, such as the Avenida Itzaes, until you arrive at the Periferico, or beltway, that surrounds Merida. Proceed to exit N° 1 to Federal Highway 180 South to Campeche-Uxmal, near the airport. About 12 kilometers from Merida, take the exit on Federal Highway 261 South to Chetumal-Uxmal and the Puuc Route. Follow the signs to Uxmal on 261 for about 10 kilometers to arrive at Hacienda Yaxcopoil.

Yaxcopoil by Public Transportation.
The best way to get to Yaxcopoil is to use the colectivos (van). The colectivo stop in Merida is located on the side of the Mercado Lucas de Galvez that is on Calle 65 between Calle 54 and Calle 52. Ask for the colectivo that goes to Uman. Once you are in Uman, on the west side of the park across from the entrance to the church you will need to get on another colectivo that will take you to Yaxcopoil. It will stop directly across from the entrance to Hacienda Yaxcopoil.
There is also a bus that can take you to Yaxcopoil. Look for Autobuses del Mayab at the terminal of the ADO, two blocks from San Juan Park.