Conkal: a little part of Yucatan’s history
Conkal is a small town with a big history. It has one of the oldest ex-convents in Yucatan that today functions as a museum, perfect for discovering some of the history of the beautiful place.
Visit haciendas and bring some peace and tranquility to your life. Conkal awaits you with exquisite dishes for both locals and visitors. Visit and live Conkal.
How to get there
From Merida: By car go east on Calle 39 to Calle 52 and take Ave. Aleman (Calle 4 and 17) to the intersection with Ave Yucatan (Calle 17). Take the 178 Merida-Motul highway to the bridge, then after the bridge take a left to Conkal. By bus: Buses leave from the Noreste terminal (Calle 60 and 50, Centro), tel. 924 63 55. Cost: $10
Suggestions and Information
Wear comfortable clothing and shoes and use sunscreen. Check the weather forecast before you go so you don’t get surprised by rain. Don’t forget to respect the area you’re visiting and keep it clean.
Lodging in small hotels and rental houses, traditional food, internet, pharmacies, medical services, taxi and bike-taxi service, public telephones, gas station, no banks.