All Gray Line tours in Yucatan are the best day tours and represent the best value for your time or your money back!
Book a tour to Chichen Itza and a tour to Uxmal (Uxmal & Kabah Plus Choco Story Museum) and enjoy a lovely afternoon sightseeing in the colonial city of Merida.
Experience Merida - the white city - when the sun goes down and the lights shine bright. Discover its historic center, its neighborhoods, and more! You'll find Paseo de Montejo Avenue, famous for its beautiful French-style residences - it was built at the turn of the century when the henequen industry was at its peak.
Departs 7:00pm. Daily (2 hours)
We begin the excursion by picking you up in a 16-seat van (small groups for luxurious comfort!) at 9:00am from the lobbies of all major Mérida hotels.
After arriving at the Mayaland Hotel, we will head directly to the archaeological site through our private entrance. Our certified tour guide will take you on a 2-hour tour, exploring the secrets of the ancient Mayan Civilization. After your visit to the site, you will enjoy a delicious buffet lunch at the Mayaland Hotel. During lunch you will be entertained by our traditional Yucatan music and dance performances by the Mayaland regional ballet.
- Uxmal & Kabah Plus Choco Story Museum
Your first stop will be Uxmal, known to many by way of legend, myth or anecdote. It is situated within a series of hills known as the Puuc or “mountainous area” in the Maya.
Have lunch at either the beautiful Hacienda Uxmal or in the gardens of the Lodge of Uxmal surrounded by unique Maya Palapas.Then visit the Choco Story Museum and learn about the history of cocoa, its importance to the Mayas, the way it is cultivated, and the traditional process used to make chocolate. Next, visit Kabah, a Puuc-style city that flourished around the year 800 AD. Kabah is known as the second largest religious center in the Puuc-style.
Tour departs from Merida at 1:00pm. We will pick you up at your hotel (or it’s vicinity) shortly before.
Uxmal is a United Nations World Heritage site. The pre-Hispanic city was built amidst rolling hills; its temples steeped in mystery and was considered by Architect Frank Lloyd Wright to be the supreme expression of art in architecture in Mesoamerica.
After the tour, dinner will be served at the Lodge of Uxmal.