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Hacienda Tamchen | Mexico

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Hacienda Tamchen is located just 45 minutes from Merida, the capital of Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula. Set amidst beautiful gardens and lily ponds, the 17th century hacienda’s immaculately decorated bungalows are amongst the most sought-after rooms in Mexico.

What we love about Hacienda Tamchen

  • The proximity to stunning local beaches, underground cenotes and the nearby ruins of Uxmal and Chichen Itza
  • The bungalows, all with striking features from the original hacienda
  • The large swimming pool
  • The talented on-site chef who produces impressive three course dinners
  • The stunning gardens, brimming with local fauna
  • The dedicated massage and meditation areas

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What to do at Hacienda Tamchen?

Spend your days at Hacienda Tamchen relaxing. Enjoy the inviting swimming pool and picturesque gardens. Lay back in a hammock with a good book. With dedicated massage and meditation areas, switching off here is easy. Indulge in impressive three course dinners put together by the accomplished on-site chef.

Wander the nearby colonial towns of Merida and Campeche. Explore the majestic ruins of Uxmal and Chichen Itza. Visit deserted local beaches and cenotes. Don’t miss the Celestún biosphere, a wintering zone for more than 400 species of migratory birds, including flamingos.

Map & location

Hacienda Tamchen is located just 45 minutes from Merida, the capital of the Yucatan peninsula in southeast Mexico. The hacienda is 2 hours and 15 minutes from the colonial town of Campeche.

There are direct flights to Merida from a number of locations within Mexico, including Mexico City, Oaxaca, and Cancun. Merida can also be easily reached from Miami, Houston, Dallas, and Havana.

When to Travel

The hacienda is best visited between December and April, when the days are hot, and rainfall is at a minimum. The “rainy” season begins in June and continues until November, with September and October seeing the most rainfall.

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