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#1 pecas



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Posted 06 May 2016 - 01:54 PM

Located in El Cedral (alllllll the way in the back)....this place is a gem.  My husband and I visited in March and we both came way looking forward to bringing friends and family.  They offer discount pricing for locals on Saturdays. 


 It's a wonderful way to learn more about Mayan and Mexican culture. You start by receiving a Mayan blessing; see a wonderful pre-hispanic show; tour a traditional mayan village and learn how to make tamales, chocolate and tortillas (with yummy taste tests) and finish up with a delicious buffet of traditional Yucatacan dishes while watching a wonderful show that features traditional dances from the entire country of Mexico.


Staff is very responsive to inquires by e-mail and phone. 


FB page https://www.facebook...OZUMEL/?fref=ts


website is still under construction http://www.kunchepark.com/

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