If you are looking to visit the Yucatan in Mexico, book a stay at the pet-friendly Hacienda Chichen. Located in Chichen Itza, the hotel offers you the chance to spend time exploring and adventuring with your canine companion. The hotel has large gardens and jungle trails for you and your pooch to explore, and your pup can even swim in a rural cenote. Your dog can accompany you as you explore ancient Mayan sites and at the end of the day, the two of you can relax on your room's terrace. First-time visitors with pets must have their dogs on-leash at all times. Your dog can then earn a well-behaved dog certificate, which will allow them to be off leash while on the property at your next visit.
If you love wine, you may at times be conflicted; you are interested in attending a wine tasting but don't want to leave your pup at home. Fortunately, you don't have to! Located in the Baja, California region of Mexico, Las Nubes Winery is a dog-friendly place; you can bring your canine companion along while you enjoy a visit to the vineyards and some wine tasting. Wine tastings are offered seven days a week from 11 am to 5 pm; reservations are required on Saturdays. While visiting, you can enjoy a young wine tasting for 150 pesos or a reserve wine tasting for 200 pesos.
Located at the southern tip of the Baja peninsula is the Land's End Arch, which is one of the most famous landmarks of Cabo San Lucas. The area is made up of large rock formations that have been carved into shapes by both the sea and the wind. An ideal time to walk is at low tide along Playa del Amante where it is possible to get a good view of an eroded passageway named the Arch of Poseidon. This is also a nice area to spend time with your pup relaxing.