Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula is a kaleidoscope of colors, traditions, hospitality and a vibrant culture.

From the massive Mayan pyramids and cultural artifacts to the turquoise waters of its cenotes and warmth of its haciendas, it beckons you to rest, linger and engage.

You cannot escape the rich tapestry of its artistry found in everything from the handicrafts, music,

and culinary delights.

Each of our itineraries has unique offerings allowing for cultural engagement and community give-back. Here are some of the things that will make your trip to Mexico special.


Age Related Activities

Children Under 12

— Learn the traditoinal art of pinata making

— Dive into a food exploration! At your family lunch at a historic hacienda play "What does that tastes like?" an opportunity for kids to taste test local foods — especially those that have an unusual appearance.

Teen Itineraries

Explore the Maya Underworld at Loltún Cave. A limestone cavern in the southern Yucatán’s Puuc hills, Loltún was an important Maya ceremonial site in ancient times. In addition to breathtaking natural formations you’ll see fascinating artifacts the Maya left as offerings to their gods.

Adult Itineraries

Visit Arbol de Luz,  the amphitheater and magical light installation designed by the reknowned artist James Turrell. Submerge yourself in the intricate blending of music with the sounds of the birds and insects that live around the cenote that holds the amphitheater.

Key Itinerary Content

Travelers will complete a trip planning questionnaire that will allow Global CommUnity, working with their travel advisor, to fully customize their trip according to their family interests.


7-Day Itinerary

— Bicycle tour of Mederia

— Xocempich, a private cenote on the ruins of an historic ranch, a refreshing treat, is only open to our travelers. Swim or snorkel in the cenote’s crystalline waters and relax for hours in total privacy. A delicious fête champêtre lunch is served beneath the magnificent old trees.

— Visit Hacienda Sotuta de Peón, one of the last haciendas that still produces “green gold”—henequen. We explore its production, from planting to harvest, cleaning, drying and spinning.

— Visit the orchards in the community near the hacienda, and learn a little about the Mayan techniques for growing their own greens and veggies.


Transfers, private guided tours and breakfast daily, other meals as mentioned

Pricing is based on 4 passengers, double occupancy

Four Star pricing begins at $2,430 per person

Five Star pricing begins at  $2,730 per person


3-Day Extension - Oxkintok - Becal

— Celestún, a nature preserve on the Yucatán’s gulf coast. A boat excursion takes you deep inside the estuary and bordering mangrove forests where you will find American flamingos and dozens of other avian species. There’s also swimming in a natural spring and a visit to the town of Celestún, an authentic fishing village

— Oxkintok is one of the most outstanding from the Mayan culture. One of the main attractions is undoubtedly the labyrinth, a place in where ancient rites were performed.

—  Becal  is considered the capital of the Mayan hat. Artisans in this community make Jipi Japa hats (Panama style hats) inside some caves, because this process allows agile handling of the fiber

— Campeche is a UNESCO world heritage site with a beautifully restored downtown district, frequent target of pirates, necessitating its justly famous city walls, parts of which still stand.


Transfers, private guided tours and breakfast daily, other meals as mentioned

Pricing is based on 4 passengers, double occupancy

Prices starting at Four star $1,358 per person, Five star $1,455 per person


Meet the locals and get to know about their traditions and their day by day activities. We will play some traditional games like "Kimbomba" or Chacara" and listen to great folk tales from the Mayan culture. We also are going to break the piñata we made a few days ago and enjoy a well deserved spoil of candies. (Younger children) We will have the opportunity to challenge our skills and make our own hand crafts with traditional materials like the sisal fibers. Learn how these products sustain the economy and enable the continuing practice of these local skills and artistry.

Day with the locals

CommUnity Impact

Preparing for Mexico

— Children under 12 receive a new friend, Marisol, who comes with a storybook  telling what her life is like in Mexico.

— The whole family will receive recipes, books and movies preparing them for their trip

— Mexico is a wonderful for all ages.

— Yucatan has a very humid and hot weather practically all year, the best months are from January to march and the months which is best to avoid are april and may. Summer months can be a little hot and rainy too. The most crowded season is the holiday seasons, Christmas season being the most crowded. The rest of the year Yucatan is rarely seen as a really crowded place.

— No visa is required for Mexico for a stay of up to 180 days.





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