Haciendas of Yucatan are beautiful estates that were built between 17th and 19th century. They grew in wealth mainly through growing type of agave plant that was a source of henequen, a fiber that was similar to sisal, used in twine, rope, paper, textiles, wall coverings and carpets. Often haciendas combined henequen production with cattle ranching and agriculture which made their owners, and entire dynasties, immensely wealthy. The buildings of the haciendas with its distinctive architecture, history and ambience, represent the great age of Mexico and part of a very unique Yucatan landscape.
In present time many haciendas of Yucatan are run by luxury hotel groups, transforming the grounds into 5 stars get aways, surrounded by natural beauty, tranquility, style and luxury.
Based out of Cancun & Playa del Carmen in the Riviera Maya Mexico, Dorota has extensive experience of photographing weddings at exotic locations like Mexico, Bali, India, and South Africa.
Dorota was a wedding photographer in San Diego, California and brings this modern photography style and personalized service to Mexico.
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