This beautifully restored hacienda is only open for corporate and private events. But you can stroll in and have a peep.
This hacienda under pretty hills is a living museum of the former sugar industry in Cuba.
Hacienda Tikuch today operates as a tourist shop and a restaurant, on the way to Valladolid or Chichén Itzá.
Once a working hacienda, now turned into a luxury hotel. But you can also come here just for a tour or lunch.
The working hacienda, still producing the sisal fibre from henequén plant!!!! Check out how it really worked in the past.
With great views of the volcano Popocatépetl, hacienda San Andrés has the elegance and atmosphere of a bygone era.
This hacienda in the suburb of Mérida is popular for its restaurant with the Yucatec local dishes. Stroll around to see the beautiful colonial buildings.
Dating back to 1749, this hacienda is restored to a rural hotel in an authentic manner. You can also visit just for a meal or walkabout.
A silent witness of the henequén boom era, the rustic Santo Domingo is one of three haciendas in Izamal.
To visit a hacienda in Mexico is to experience its colonial time. No account of neo-colonial Maya society can ignore the institution of the hacienda.
Hacienda Uxmal was a pioneer of tourism in Mexico. It started as a ranch in 1673 and over time turned into a home for famous ruin explorers.
This charming henequén plantation was once a lucrative business. Find out how this was possible and what it offers today.
This restored henequén estate is the only hacienda that demonstrates how sisal fibre was produced. A must visit!