Listen to what two recent travelers had to say about Rodolfo:

“Rodolfo was terrific. He took us everywhere we wanted to go for two full days and was very knowledgeable and charming.  The Yucatan is a most interesting place to visit and we learned a lot and ate some delicious food”.

 When you hire a guide, you can relax and enjoy the scenery rather than stressing about road maps, signs and cardinal directions.  A knowledgeable guide can inform and educate as well as take you to the best places to see and eat.  You can visit the major archeological sites and ruins as well as remote hidden Mayan villages.  With all the time and energy you save, you’ll likely want to discover the lesser-known side of the Yucatan too. 

You can witness an ancient Mayan ceremony as seen in the movie “The Rain God”.  Rodolfo’s contacts in remote Mayan villages permits insight into the traditional and modern ways of life of the Maya, including Shaman rites, herbs and cures, medicinal plants, and ancient ceremonies guided by native Mayan’s.

You might also try visiting Chumayel -Teabo, noted today for hand weavings and traditional Mayan huipils sold throughout Yucatan.  Or in the morning see colorful Oxcutzcab–the Mayans’ major produce market.  This market still serves all Yucatan with an incredible variety of fruits and vegetables.  Have lunch at the famous restaurant at Mani and tour its monastery.

Tours can also include private Art collections, Antique Stores and Colonial Churches.

Rodolfo usually likes to meet guests a day or two before taking a trip to discuss your itinerary.  He speaks English and Spanish with other available guides that speak French, German and Italian.  So if you would like to brush up on your language skills, Rodolfo and company are more than happy to help. 

 I can hook you up with Rodolfo when you arrive. 

See you in the Centro, cheers!