The Ecotourism Complex Mun-Ha Uxmal is a rural community tourism project located in the beautiful tropical environment of the Yucatan, 2 km from the town of Muna. Historically, the region is home to the resident Mayan population since before 200 A.D. The ecotourism complex is situated close to the Ruta Pu'uc archeological sites, 16 km from the large, ancient city of Uxmal and 58 km (approximately 36 miles) from the city of Merida. We offer a central point for relaxing, entertainment and discovery on your way to see majestic and mysterious ancient Mayan ruins, underground water pools and caverns, artisan talents, traditional Yucatecan cuisine and many other cultural and natural attractions. It is a safe and wonderful destination for family vacations, honeymoons, retreats and other getaways, with tourist attractions to suit all tastes.
Mun-Ha offers quality services at competitive prices for individuals, families, groups and institutions.
The Ecotourism Complex Mun-Ha Uxmal was initiated and is self-managed by local Mayan farmers, housewives and professionals of the cooperative named "Chac Lol," meaning "Red Flower" in Maya. The Chac Lol cooperative was founded in 1987 in the community of Opichen after 2 years of struggle by the local farmers for their right to cultivate and irrigate the land. Today, five communities participate in the cooperative: Ticul, Muna, Opichen, Calcehtok and Maxcanu. The cooperative is a democratic, independent and autonomous organization.
Mun Ha Uxmal strives to set up a basis for sustainable self-development, which elevates the quality of life for the inhabitants of the communities belonging to the cooperative, while reinforcing the Mayan culture and promoting a harmonious relationship with nature. The project provides employment, training and quality services at reasonable prices.
Each of our 8 cabins offers both a single and a double bed, a hammock, a table, a chest of drawers, electricity, purified water and, when you step outside at night, a breathtakingly spectacular star-filled sky.
The restaurant of Mun-Ha offers regional Yucatecan dishes, desserts, and cocktails, in a natural and open environment. With group reservations, buffet style dining is available.
All of our meats are bought from local producers. We take pride in our ability to cater to our guests' dietary needs and preferences to ensure customer satisfaction.
Take advantage of our services and facilities to accomodate your professional or personal events: workshops, conferences, retreats, weddings, reunions, and other special occasions.
Our facilities accomodate up to 250 people and consist of a restaurant with a full kitchen, bar and a spacious dance floor.
The exhibits in the room teach about early Mayan culture, chronology and geographical locations of ancient Mayan cities, the Ruta Pu-uc archaeological zones, subsistence agricultural practices, ancient funeral burials, ancient cavern routs of Lol Tún, the rain god Cha-ac, ancient social stratification, ceramics, stone tools & writing.
This room is dedicated to the history of colonial times to the 19th century, with references to the conquest, the Evangelist conversion, Yucatecan independence and the Caste War. This room also covers some themes of the 20th century, such as the henequien haciendas which were a major part of the Yucatecan rural economy up until the 1980s.
This room teaches about Yucatecan Mayan life today, such as the current demographics of the localities where the cooperative "Chac Lol" has a presence, current agricultural and cultural practices, artesian activities, dress, daily life, festivities, Mayan rituals, traditional medicine, culinary arts, cultural transformations, and indigenous resistance and organization.
Dedicated to the conservation of and education about the fauna and flora of the lower forest of Yucatán, Mun-Ha offers a space to reflect and learn as you walk along the nature paths. A variety of wildlife, such as hawks, hummingbirds, iguanas, butterflies and armadillos, is often seen at our ectourism complex. Eagles and a small variety of puma-like felines have also been spotted at this wildlife refuge.
Enjoy a walk through gardens of lemons, mandarin oranges, mangos, zapotes and other tropical fruit trees on the way to our wooded nature paths.
The Ecotourism Complex Mun-Ha Uxmal
Km 2 de la Carretera Muna a Opichen
Muna, Yucatán, Mexico
Calle 24 #215 "A" x 30