If you plan to visit México, how about plan some private tours? Well, look no further. Wayak is a tourism agency that offer comprehensive and fun tours to the many tourist attractions found in the country. Read on about this beautiful city and our services, and convince yourself that we are the best choice in town.
Do you want reasons to take one of our excursions in Merida? The elegant tree-lined Paseo de Montejo is the main avenue and the ever trendy district of the city. The street was once the main residential area, but lately it has been marketed differently. Many of the historic nineteenth century mansions that line the avenue have been transformed.
Yes, you can be there if you book one of our private tours. Located northeast of the central square and architecturally similar to Havana, Cuba, the area around the Paseo de Montejo was developed during the industry boom of henequen (production of raw plastic from a resistant plant fiber) in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.
We have different options for you to take our private tours: The Paseo de Montejo hosts the Monument to the Flag and the Regional Museum of Anthropology, located within the Canton Palace, one of the great houses that are along the avenue. Visit the beautiful Regional Museum of Anthropology for the pre-Columbian history of the Yucatan.
Now is the time to live the vacation you deserve with our private tours. You can easily explore on foot the Paseo de Montejo, or walk through it in a buggy (horse drawn carriage). On Sundays, the Paseo de Montejo is closed to traffic to accommodate cyclists of the city and a lively art market set along the avenue, just south of Avenida Cupules.
Festivities, long walks and beautiful sunsets are part of our private tours. Every year on January 6th, Merida celebrates its foundation. The celebration takes place during the Festival City, and falls on the day of the Three Kings, also known as Epiphany. The city is one of the most beautiful in the country during this date.