Amazing option to spend around 4 to 5 hours if you visit Merida. Last hacienda (ranch) which shows how to produce henequen.
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About Hacienda Sotuta de Peon
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The hacienda sotuta de peon is a beautiful place to visit. It has been restored nicely and offers a very organized tour of how the sisal fiber was manufactured. The tour has many sections so it stays interesting throughout the 3 hours. My favorite part...More
We really enjoyed the tour of the Sisal Farm and Factory. The hacienda house is beautiful and the tour was very interesting and educational. Lunch afterwards in the restaurant was quite nice as well. Visited Hacienda Sotuta de Peon in 2015 and returned again November...More
Great visit of hacienda. The guide Ivan was wonderful and made all the commentaries interesting for all ages. To top it he spoke French, which was heaven sent for my group. The food was great also and the service very good. Transport was very comfortable....More
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
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.