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Experience an incredible Pixán Fest in the cempasúchil garden of Tetiz

by Yucatan Times
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Despite not being native to Yucatán, the Cempasúchil (Marigold) flower is already part of the Day of the Dead traditions, and in the ‘Suut K’iin Lool’ garden in Tetiz thousands of them have been planted as a stage for the Pixán Fest, which will be held in a few days at the site.

The decrease in Covid-19 infections allows the Pixán Fest to be held again in the municipality of Tetiz by the ‘Suut K’iin Lool’ Garden, where beautiful cempasúchil flowers have been planted for this season.

The garden is only open during different seasons, and the next one will be the Pixán Fest season, with the cultivation of flowers typical of the Day of the Dead.

The beautiful garden can be visited starting this Saturday, October 15, and until Sunday, November 13.

Visiting hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm.

Admission is 70 Mexican pesos for adults, and children and senior citizens pay 50 Mexican pesos.

Tetiz is located 55 kilometers (34 miles) West of Mérida (INEGI)

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