Lola y Moya – Breakfast & Lunch

The most colorful spot in all of Puerto Morelos! 

Lola y Moya is a great spot for breakfast and lunch.  They have amazing decor, food, and service. The staff is so welcoming and the restaurant offers a collection of family recipes passed down for generations.  The owner’s passion always resonates through her yummy food and warm smile. And she sings! One of my favorite things here is hearing her voice singing along to the music. Be sure to check out this local gem on your next trip to Puerto!

Trisha’s Tip: The coffee and the enchiladas are my go-to!
8am to 3pm
Did you know that Tulum was an important trading port for the Mayans, who traded goods such as turquoise and jade? That you can ride a bike inside Coba ruins? Or that the cenotes are part of the most important and large underground rivers in the world? Discover it all on this tour!
6+ hours
Come not only TASTE Tequila but come and SEE Tequila!  YES, Tequila is also a town in Jalisco, Mexico!  You get a full experience of tequila, yes of course taste it, but also see the whole process.  You will stop in the agave fields and see the plant in its natural form where you will want to take your instagram photos with these beautiful plants.  Then you stop for a tasting in a beautiful hacienda where the agave plant is processed.  You will walk through the entire process and have a whole new appreciation for this drink!
7-8 hours
$60 USD
Celebrate Hanal Pixan, the Mayan version of Day of the Dead, in Merida, Yucatán. Families honor their loved ones with altars of marigold flowers, candles, incense, and food offerings. Our 5-day trip includes a luxury boutique hotel stay and an itinerary filled with parades, cultural displays, museum visits and more! Extend your stay to catch the official Day of the Dead celebrations! Book now to join us.
5 days and 4 nights with options to extend


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