Chichen Itza
Valladolid, Yucatan.

Chichen Itza

Visiting Chichen Itza offers a journey into the heart of ancient Mayan civilization. As one of the most iconic archaeological sites in Mexico and a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chichen Itza mesmerizes visitors with its majestic structures and rich history. The centerpiece of the site is the imposing El Castillo (The Castle), a step pyramid that served as a temple dedicated to the Mayan deity Kukulkan. Exploring the ruins allows travelers to marvel at the intricate carvings, intricate stone architecture, and astronomical precision of the ancient Mayans.

Hubiku - Mayan Ecopark-
Valladolid, Yucatan.

Hubiku - Mayan Ecopark-

One of the most renowned and impressive cenotes you’ll find near the city of Valladolid is the semi-open Hubiku Cenote. This cenote, characterized by its semi-open design, features a break in the cave’s ceiling, allowing natural light to permeate its interior. Coupled with the sight of lengthy tree roots cascading into its azure waters, this creates a beautiful scene. In this guide to the Hubiku Cenote, we’ll be recounting everything you need to know to make the most of your visit, genuinely savouring the experience. But that’s not all. We’ll also take you through the Tequila Museum within the cenote’s compound in Valladolid, Yucatán.

Puerto Progreso
Progreso, Yucatan

Puerto Progreso

Visiting Puerto Progreso provides a delightful escape to the tranquil shores of the Yucatan Peninsula. Located just a short distance from the vibrant city of Mérida, Puerto Progreso offers a serene coastal retreat with its sandy beaches and azure waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Visitors can bask in the warm tropical sun, swim in the refreshing ocean, or take leisurely strolls along the picturesque boardwalk, lined with palm trees and charming seaside cafes. Adventure seekers can indulge in various water sports such as snorkeling, kayaking, or jet skiing, while fishing enthusiasts can try their luck at catching local marine species.

Tours & Transfers

Tours & Transfers

Contact "Bonita Experiences" for personalized tours throughout Yucatán, as well as for transfers to and from the airport.
Cell phone number: +529992651512



What is the current exchange rate in dollars?

The official currency in Mexico is the Mexican Peso (MXN). It's essential to note that exchange rates can fluctuate, so it's advisable to check online the current rate. Please click here to check exchange rates from your local currency to Mexican Pesos.

What is the weather in Yucatan?

The weather in this part of Mexico is one of its greatest appeals, making Yucatán travel attractive year-round. Generally, Yucatán experiences warm temperatures throughout the day and night, regardless of the season.
August stands out as the hottest month of the year in Yucatán, with average temperatures ranging from 90°F to 100°F (32°C to 38°C). During this time, the weather tends to be warm, humid, and often rainy.
Despite the humidity, the warm weather provides ample opportunities for water-based activities. However, it's essential to always stay hydrated to ensure a comfortable experience.

What to Wear in the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico?

Given that the Yucatán experiences warm and humid conditions year-round, we advise packing a versatile selection of lightweight, breathable clothing to ensure comfort during your visit.
For excursions to any of the Yucatán’s numerous cenotes, it's advisable to bring waterproof footwear such as sandals or flip-flops. Additionally, consider packing goggles or snorkel gear if you plan to explore these natural wonders fully.
Special attire is not necessary for visiting Mayan ruins, but we recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes, especially ones that you don't mind getting dirty. This is particularly useful as Yucatán frequently experiences rainfall.
Furthermore, Yucatán experiences a higher prevalence of mosquitoes from April to November. To mitigate the risk of mosquito bites, we suggest using mosquito repellent while exploring the region.

Do I need a visa to attend Fab City Summit in Mexico?

Entry requirements for Mexico vary depending on the traveller’s nationality. Mexico has visa exemption agreements with several countries, but some travellers may require a visa before traveling to Mexico.
Regardless of visa requirements, all foreigners must possess the following documents:
1. A valid passport with more than six months of validity. While Mexican authorities require passports to be valid for the duration of the stay in Mexico, transit countries and airline companies may have additional requirements.
2. A properly completed Multiple Migratory Form (FMM), which can be obtained from the airline or at the port of entry.

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Travel adaptator for Mexico

For Mexico, there are two associated plug types: types A and B. Plug type A has two flat parallel pins, while plug type B has two flat parallel pins and a grounding pin. Mexico operates on a 127V supply voltage at a frequency of 60Hz.

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Fab City Foundation
Fab City Yucatán



Strategic partnerships

Fab Foundation
The Center for Bits and Atoms
Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia
Anahuac Mayab

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The Fab City Summit Yucatan 2024 is organized by Fab City Foundation and Fab City Yucatan, with the support of the Center for Bits and Atoms at MIT and Fab Foundation.

Event Details

August 10th-15th
Mérida, Yucatán, México.