Welcome to Campeche State


Campeche is the least visited of the Yucatán’s states, laced through with lonely back roads, friendly people, quiet coastlines and a provincial, lost-land charm. It makes a welcome break from the tourist hordes that descend on the peninsula's more popular destinations; here you'll find peace, surprising attractions and very genuine, local experiences.


Top experiences in Campeche State

Campeche State activities

$37.15 Tours & Sightseeing

Cenote Zazil Tunich Admission Ticket

In Zazil Tunich, nature built works of art and today the world can enjoy them, in a route of 200 meters and 20 meters underground, of which 80 are impressive stalactites and stalagmites, which guide you to the deepest of XIBALBA, that is where a Cenote of shallow sacred waters is located, after passing through the crossing of the BESO MAYA, formed by the capricious inclination of a giant Inclined Stalagmite and the CAVE OF THE ALUX (THE Custodian of the Caves), justly next to the platform of the LORDS OF XIBALBA, this takes us on a journey that makes us live an experience in the Mayan Underworld, tranquility, mysticism and amazement for the creation that nature has made and why the Mayan mythology considered these places a altar to those higher energies that have been lodged here for centuries.

$48 Shore Excursions

Sunrise Experiencie Standup paddleboarding Tour in Laguna Bacalar

Live this fascinating experience full of adventure, admiring the beauty of Laguna Bacalar. Our experience begins at 6:00 am, to be able to admire the first rays of the sun and enjoy the nature and energy of the first rays of the Sun. We will do the tour in our Paddle, accompanied by expert guides who will help you in all moment and you can enjoy a unique experience.  We will make a stop at the Black Cenote or better known as the Cenote de la Bruja, you can swim or snorkel, appreciate the environment and listen to the sound of the birds. We will have time for a small snak to later continue towards the Pirates Channel. The name is attributed to being the site by which the pirates entered to sack the city of Bacalar in the eighteenth century. Its white sands and clear waters will allow you to observe different shades of blue, which makes this destination an excellent place to take photos and rest while enjoying one of the best landscapes that Bacalar can offer you.