Chetumal: A Historic City with a Charm of the Caribbean
Chetumal, the attractive capital city of the State of Quintana Roo, is an ideal destination to delight yourself with the splendor of the cultural heritage it possesses in each of its emblematic monuments, museums, and murals.
Chetumal is the capital of the state of Quintana Roo and was founded in 1898 under the name of Payo Obispo. It has a Caribbean flavor with old English-style houses and still retains the charm of the province reflected in the friendliness of its people. Chetumal has a varied offer of cozy hotels, an airport, and wide highways that communicate it with the rest of the country.
Among its distinctive features is the Boulevard which crosses the entire Bay of Chetumal and is the longest in the entire Yucatan Peninsula. You can walk along with it and appreciate some of the monuments such as the Fisherman's Monument, the Manatee Monument, and the one dedicated to the resilience of the inhabitants after Hurricane Janet. As well as enjoy its restaurants and festive atmosphere. This is the perfect place to enjoy beautiful sunrises.