Uxmal at Your Own Way from Merida

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WHY YOU SHOULD GO

Explore Uxmal at your own way with a Self Guided experience and enjoy the facilities of the hotel Hacienda Uxmal

Highlights

  • Comfortable ride aboard an air-conditioned Mercedes Benz
  • Explore the archaeological site at your own pace
  • Enjoy the facilities of the hotel Hacienda Uxmal
  • Impressive stepped pyramid of the Pyramid of the Magician

Inclusions

  • Roundtrip small group Mercedes Benz transportation from major hotels in Merida.
  • Time to explore the Temples on your own
  • Free use of all the facilities of the Hacienda Uxmal resort such as: Swimming pool and lounge chairs.

Exclusions

  • Entrance fee to Uxmal Archaeological Site. Government set price varies depending on your age, occupation and nationality and is thus not included.
  • Optional gratuities
  • Meals and beverages
  • Bilingual guide

Please Note

  • Please wear light, comfortable clothing & walking/hiking shoes. Bring your sunglasses, hat, bathing suit, biodegradable sun block. Camera and cash for personal expenses!

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May 29 2017
Pickup at my hotel was right on schedule. The driver was polite, and was fluent in English.
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ITINERARY

We will pick you up in a Mercedes Benz vehicle at your hotel in Merida and take you directly to Chichén Itzá. You decide when and how many times to enter the site, who to guide you, when and where to enjoy Yucatan’s culinary delights. Feel like a real archaeologist exploring Uxmal Archaeological Site at your own pace, walk the sabecs (pathways), stand before the Pyramid of the Magician, and marvel at the ornate carvings on the Palace of the Masks.

Admire the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Uxmal, where the well-preserved temples and grounds provide a genuine feel for what life was once like at this ceremonial center. Stand before the Nunnery Quadrangle's elaborate carvings and gaze up at the Governor's Palace, a low edifice with the longest façades of any building in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica.

Walk across the ball court, where a ritual Mesoamerican ball game was played. At the stepped Pyramid of the Magician, learn about the Maya folklore of the temple—legend holds that it was built overnight during a series of magical challenges between a king and a dwarf.

Pickup & Starting Points

Please see detailed pickup and starting point information when you complete your booking.