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Bienvenido a Mérida, Yucatán!


Merida is the capital city of the state of Yucatan. It is located in the northwest part of the península, about 50 km south of the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. 

Merida stands as the perfect global destination and it´s considered the city with the best quality of life in Mexico, and the safest. 

It offers an unparalleled experience with a rich cultural heritage, which is reflected in its old traditions and rich gastronomy.

Winter is the best time to visit, since it has hot tropical weather all year.

Teaching venue

The Seven Treasuries transmission and empowerments will take place in Hacienda Susulá, 20 minutes West of Merida's downtown.

This is an 18th century Henequen Hacienda which was restored recently. The teaching venue will be under a tent surrounded by the Hacienda lush gardens. 

Transportation to and from the Hacienda will be facilitated upon booking. Keep reading to find more.   


There is a wide range of hotels and AirBnb´s to accommodate diverse needs in Merida City.

Please book your room asap because it will be high season. 

Check recommended accommodations

Transport to venue

If you do not rent a car or want to catch a taxi/Uber every day, get the event transportation package!

We will provide local transportation between the central areas of Merida and the Hacienda. We will send you more information soon so you can purchase your seat.

Book transport to the venue


During lunch break, the Hacienda will provide a vegetarian buffet which will cost $4320 MX pesos for 10 days. (You cannot buy individual meals).

You will need to book at least one month in advance. 

The lunch will include coffee and water at lunch break. During other breaks, the Hacienda will sell coffee and other drinks and snacks.

We encourage your bring your own coffee thermos and water bottle to reduce waste.  There are not many lunch options near the Hacienda so we advice you either book the 10-day lunch or plan to bring your own. 

Book lunch at the venue

Kids Camp

Kids are welcome during the transmission and a Camp program will be offered.

Information coming soon

Travel advice

Merida's climate is hot and humid, the average temperature in December is 23 °C (73 °F). There is a low probability of rainfall by the end of the year. 

Prepare light clothing, comfortable shoes, hat or cap. We recommend the use of sunscreen and that you carry water with you at all times to stay well hydrated.

We suggest you rent a car, move around by Uber and/or buy the event transport ticket when its ready. The only general advice would be to avoid traveling long distances by night. 


Tourism, Cultural Heritage and Natural Wonders  

Merida is known for its safe and secure environment, friendly and hospitality of the people. 

There are several archaeological sites closer than 120 kilometers, many museums, and historical landmarks. 

There are natural reserves, stunning beaches and cenotes (natural waterholes) nearby, which are a byproduct of a metheor crash in nearby Chixchulub. This metheor is considered the cause of the dinosaurs extintion. 

We are grateful to host Longchenpa's transmission in Mayan land.