Book this mystical tour to learn about the vast history of Yucatan represented in the ancient convents that existed here.
Explore the Ancestral Beauty of Uxmal & Kabah on a Tour from Merida
With more than 150 buildings and Maya architecture and named Heritage of Mankind, Uxmal is the purest gem of Puuc art. According to legend, the Pyramid of the Wizard was built in a single night. The Governor’s Palace is one of the most significant constructions of the Pre-Columbian world. A walk through the city of Uxmal is a trip through your imagination, exploring the past and one of the most beautiful Maya buildings.
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.
- Entry fee to Uxmal, Kabah, and one choice between Yaxcopoil Hacienda, Cenote Xbatun, or Choco-Story Museum
- Service kit and amenities: water, insect repellent, antibacterial gel, first aid kit, towels, umbrellas, and souvenir gifts
A tour of the Puuc Route is a trip through the Maya civilization of the past. This tour also stops at Kabah, “The Lord of the Stone Hand.”
We visit the Maya Arch at the entry to Kabah, made of stone with geometric figures and symbols that show the mysteries of the Maya world.
Along the road, we find the Hacienda YAXCOPOIL, a clear example of the architectural style of the henequen haciendas. The haciendas are known for ample rooms, high ceilings, and large, cool corridors. This specific hacienda still has antique furniture in the main house, as well as the machine room and defibering plant.
Enjoy the cool crystal blue turquoise water and marine life. Here you can enjoy a variety of activities such as diving, swimming, and snorkeling.
At Choco-Story Uxmal, you travel back in time to an era of splendor in a Maya pueblo. Learn about daily life, enter their homes, cornfields, and gardens, and learn how cacao is transformed into chocolate. You continue traveling through history from the Spanish court to the 19th century, the moment when chocolate was introduced to the world with a variety of textures, mixtures, and flavors.
Hacienda Temozón Sur
On the return to Mérida, we stop to eat and admire the hacienda Temozón Sur with its cool and fresh atmosphere and design and architecture that creates spaces to enjoy the passage of time.