I visited the place because I wanted to see how the sisal was worked in ancient times, and it is perfect for this, sisal is still being worked today, the beautiful hacienda is open for a guided visit and the tour ends with a beautiful...More
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About Hacienda Sotuta de Peon
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A nice quite cenote to visit. A well-kept area with many helpful people working around the grounds. As you travel down to the water, the feeling of adventure takes over and you can't imagine what the first people who stumbled upon this natural wonder in...More
This is a remote hacienda but worth the effort to find. Some rooms come with plunge pools and are very comfortable for a family. Breakfast is good but dinner is very disappointing and there are limited alternative options close by. The Hacienda tour is excellent...More
This was one of the highlights of our trip. It really helped us understand the history of the area to see the hacienda and the different machines. The tour was great because they actually turned on the machines for you to be able to see...More
We actually showed up late for this tour but they still let us join for a reduced rate. We missed the hacienda, but the Cenote and Agave fields were really interesting. The restaurant was also pretty good.
This is probably the only Hacienda of the whole peninsula that preserve the history of the green gold era alive, the tour included the visit to the main house were the owners stay maybe for a weekend because the owner of this one had 14...More
My Wife and I decided give a chance to this place. First at all,my brother in law, Frithjof who lives in San Jose Itzal ride us to The Hacienda de Sotuta de peon.all access are good and The first impression was great. But I'm shamed...More
We decided to go to the Hacienda based on reviews and blogs I had read about travelling in Yucatan. We were not disappointed. It is 500 pesos per person and so worth it! They'll describe how sisal is cultivated and how they make ropes from...More