Merida is a quiet paradise. The peacefulness of the town and the beauty of its streets, make it a place of elegance and contrast amid its colonial houses, Mayan ruins, and architecture. Its food, layered with exquisite gastronomic heritage, will take over your taste buds.  The Plaza Mayor is a vibrant meeting place where locals enjoy traditional drinks, such as champola or sorbet.

According to The Guardian, Merida has been named among the top places in the world to visit in 2017. Lonely Planet named Merida as the American capital of culture in 2017 for its lively music and cultural flamboyance.

During October, the city's temperature ranges

from 69.8 ° to 91.4 ° F


Yucatan's International Congress Center powered by Samsung is the newest and most modern venue in the region, equipped with the latest technology within its 50,000 m2 of construction; with 28 rooms ready to attend any type of event, with a capacity of up to 10,000 attendees.

Built under the LEED Green Building certification system, at its Platinum level, meeting the requirements of energy leadership and environmental design, making it an ecologically responsible building.

Inside it has a unique and natural wonder "El Cenote", an underwater river that according to the ancient Mayans linked them to the underworld, today is considered an emblematic element of the dedication and commitment of the city with sustainable development.




The Pan American Association of Veterinary Sciences (PANVET) was formally founded in 1992 with legal headquarters in Santiago de Chile, PANVET is the leading Association on the continent that brings together national representative organizations, and that with them defines union policies, innovations and recommendations for maintain leadership of the Veterinary Medical profession.


The main objectives of PANVET are: maintain and consolidate its position as the only Association representing organized Veterinary Medicine on the American Continent; strengthen the quality of veterinary education in the faculties and schools of the Continent; develop policies of interest to the profession and society, related to the sciences and the veterinary profession; promoting and disseminating research activities in the veterinary sciences through various means; provide advice to governments, Member Organizations, and society in general in the various areas of veterinary science; and generate recommendations on various topics related to veterinary science that are useful to society in general.

Mission: Serve the continent's veterinary medical profession by promoting their rights and pointing out their obligations and quality standards, promoting the development of veterinary sciences in the areas of animal and human health, animal welfare, animal production and productivity, contributing to the protection and sustainability of the environment for the benefit of society.

Vision: Represent the veterinary medical profession and veterinary sciences in all aspects, in the Americas. - Strengthen its recognition as the leading association on the continent and promoter of excellence in: Education, organization and defense of union interests, scientific research and dissemination of veterinary science. - Maintain its leadership as a reference body for its members, based on its capacity for critical analysis and expert knowledge of its members, which is used for the benefit of American society. - Consolidate its position as promoter of curricular innovations for undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education studies; As well as in professional evaluation and certification processes, and institutional accreditation that make it possible to guarantee the quality of the professional practice of the veterinary doctor.




Mexican Veterinary Medical Association

Address: Calzada México Tacuba 213, Col. Un hogar para nosotros, Alcaldía Miguel Hidalgo

Ciudad de México, C.P. 11330, México

+52 (55) 5264 - 7695 / 7652