Want to explore the Yucatan without a big tour group? We will help coordinate a private tour for you, so you can go to the places you want at the times that best suits you.
- Private Tour
- 1 to 2 People $465 USD
- 3 to 5 People $520 USD
Explore Merida, the American Capital of Culture
Get to know Merida in eight hours! This is an excellent tour of this colonial city for those who want to learn the history in a short time. You select the places to visit and the time spent at each place.
Points of interest: Plaza Grande, Casa de Montejo, Palacio Municipal, Catedral de San Idelfonso, Palacio de Gobierno, Ateneo Peninsular, Teatro Peón Contreras, Ermita de Santa Isabel, Paseo de Montejo, Monumento a la Patria
For six people or more, please give us a call to book.
The tour is at your disposal; the time you wish to spend at each site is up to you.
A private and luxury vehicle according to the number of passengers with a professional driver
INAH certified and bilingual guide in English or Spanish. Other languages are available with an extra charge and under request.
Service kit and amenities: water, insect repellent, antibacterial gel, first aid kit, towels, umbrellas, and souvenir gifts
Lunch, beverages, and tips
The heart of the city
Casa de Montejo
Home of the Conquistador Francisco De Montejo “El Mozo,” who founded Mérida on January 6, 1542
The facade of this building holds the oldest shield of the City of Mérida.
Catedral de San Idelfonso
The first cathedral in the Americas, 1562-1598
Palacio de Gobierno
Holds 27 murals depicting the violent history of Mexico and the Maya
Old episcopal palace of Yucatan, and for many years the residence of the bishops. Today it is a museum dedicated to exhibiting the modern and contemporary art of Yucatan.
Teatro Peón Contreras
Cultural theater of the city and home of the Symphonic Orchestra of Yucatan.
Ermita de Santa Isabel
Our Lady of Good Travel is always the last farewell to travelers taking the old royal road to Campeche.
Paseo de Montejo
Beautiful and elegant avenue. Return to the past with its splendid mansions and manor houses that date back to the first decade of the 20th century.
Monumento a la Patria
Magnificent sculpture carved of pink quarry rock that symbolizes the history of Mexico