Most every traveler knows the Yucatan Peninsula is home to some of the worlds best white sand beaches and resort living. The Mayans knew the area was special when they built their ancient capital city, Chichen Itza, there. Bring the family for a cultural indulgence and check out what a vacation home rental has to offer for families coming from abroad.
Beach front is the only way to stay when you’re in the Yucatan. This beach home with Mayan inspired architecture is just right for your family. The home has 4 bedrooms giving everyone the privacy they need. With the maid and chef services, you’ll be nestled in your own private resort!
Head inland for some of the most indulgent natural wonders. The cave lakes in the Yucatan are a fascinating day trip off the beaten path. With breathtaking scenery like this, it’s hard to let these organic phenoms go unexplored. Guided tours are a best bet if you want the complete experience. Other fun day trips include shopping at the Merida marketplace. Feast your eyes on handmade fabrics, artisan ceramics, and more. Pick up a few hammocks for your family back home.
If you’ve come to the Yucatan to swim, you’re in luck. The fall temperatures are in the mid 80s: perfect for relaxing in the ocean or pool. Your beach front paradise is cleverly designed with relaxing by the water in mind. You’ll have a great ocean view pool side, so let the kids enjoy themselves on your private beach. If you want to get an even more romantic view of the water, head upstairs to the terrace for the overlook view. This home really is in the heart of Mayan paradise.
There are more ruins than just the famous Chichen Itza. For more fun and learning with less crowds, head to the Dzibilchaltun archaeological zone. This amazing day trip will bring you to an excavation site and a museum that houses many Spanish Colonial artifacts in addition to Mayan pieces. Visit the Temple of the Dolls and other famous but lesser known ancient buildings.