Above: Dining room at Ixi’im at Chablé Resort in Chocholá, Yucatán

The Yucatán has one of Mexico’s most delicious and distinctive regional cuisines. It is based on traditional Mayan cooking, with Spanish, French, Caribbean and other influences. Seafood, including shrimp, rock lobster, snapper and other fish, is popular along the coast, while turkey, chicken and pork are appreciated staples everywhere.

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Above: Dining room at Ixi’im at Chablé Resort in Chocholá, Yucatán

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