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Diverse Yucatán Tour
As Yucatan’s cultural heart, Merida has a great number of museums and art galleries, including the Natural History Museum, the Contemporary Art Museum and the Merida Theater. Visitors can also enjoy an extraordinary selection of restaurants and nightlife. Merida is an easy drive from major archeological sites, including Chichen-Itza, Uxmal and Mayapan, as well as the state’s beautiful beaches and “cenotes”, crystalline sinkholes to the regions extraordinary underground network of rivers. Merida’s International Airport makes this destination very accessible with direct flights to Houston, Miami.
- Arrival and departure transfers (Airport – Hotel – Airport)
- 2 night accommodation at the Hotel KRYSTAL Cancun Or Similar
- 1 night of lodging at the Oka’an Hotel
- 1 night of lodging at the Hotel Hacienda Sotuta de Peón
- 1 night of lodging at the Casa del Balam Hotel in Mérida
- Certified bilingual guide in Spanish and English
- Food: 3 breakfasts, 4 meals, and 3 dinners
- Personal expenses
- Beverages and food not specified in the program
Day 1: Arrive to Cancun
Transfer from the international airport of Cancun to the hotel. Overnight
Day 2: Cancun – Lagartos River – Las Coloradas Beach – Chichen Itza
We will start this adventure with a visit to Río Lagartos where you can observe its interesting flora and fauna that surrounds it. After lunch we will continue to Las Coloradas Beach where you can observe its amazing pink waters, a Mexican paradise that is worth knowing, finally, we will go to our hotel near Chichén Itzá. Overnight
Day 3: Chichén Itzá – Cenote Ikkil – Izamal – Mérida
This day we start at 09:00 am in an enigmatic place full of culture, one of the most important archaeological sites of the Mayans, visiting one of the wonders of the modern world, the famous Chichen Itza, we will visit the place and we will know its history with the help of our professional guide, later, we will cool off in the ikkil cenote, we will have time to relax and live together for a while. After we will visit izamal to know a small characteristic city for its houses painted yellow, we will know its history and then we will arrive at the hotel in Merida. Overnight
Day 4: Mérida – Uxmal – Sotuta de Peón
Today we will leave our hotel early to travel to Uxmal, an ancestral city with a lot of history, with the help of our guide we will know more about it and about these interesting structures that hide many Mayan secrets. We will continue our way to Hacienda Sotuta de Peón. Overnight
Day 5: Sotuta de Peón – Valladolid – Cancun
Departure at 8:00 a.m. To Cancun. On the way we will make a stop in the picturesque city of Valladolid, we will take a walk through the main sites, its streets hide a lot of history, so our guide will tell us a bit about it. We will continue to Cancun. Overnight
Day 6: Departure
Transfer from the Hotel in Cancun to the Cancun International Airport.
Confirmation will be received at the time of booking.
We recommend you bring a towel, sandals, swimsuit, sunscreen, mosquito repellent, personal toiletry, cap or hat, raincoat or umbrella, lightweight pants, comfortable shoes for walking both in the archaeological zones and by the haciendas and fresh clothes for the hottest climates.
In this 6 day Tour, you will know a lot about the history of the main attractions of the state, it will allow you to discover new places and live unforgettable experiences together with your family.
Rio Lagartos: Warm home for pink flamingos and other animal species. About 18 thousand birds “paint pink” the nesting territory In the area coexist in total about 340 species of birds, 50 of mammals and 95 of reptiles. Reproduction site of the white or green turtles and the hawksbill. Petenes and mangroves.
Las Coloradas: It is the most stable commercial point of the state of Yucatan for its constant production and distribution of salt, because it is here where one of the largest salt mines in Mexico is located, which has been equipped with high-level machinery. In addition to the industry that is developed here, it also has beautiful beaches, to which visitors arrive daily from different parts of Yucatan and even from the country since it is an area that is little exploited, so the sand is coarse and the waters are clean.
Chichen Itza: This pre-Hispanic city was the most outstanding capital of the Mayan area, at the end of the Classic period and the beginnings of the Postclassic period. Upon the arrival of the Spaniards, it became the most revered center of worship and pilgrimage in the Yucatan peninsula. At present, it is a Sacred Center for the Mayans.
Izamal: This colonial city is known as “the city of the three cultures”, because it combines features of its pre-Hispanic past, the colonial period and the current era.
Uxmal: Surrounded by legends, myths and anecdotes; poetic in its name and its history, is located in the valley of Santa Elena next to a series of hills that are known by the name of Puuc, which in the Mayan language means “mountain range”, and which was the name that later received the architectural style that the sites of that region have.
Valladolid: Also known as “La Perla de Occidente”, its greatest beauty lies in colonial buildings and houses, its parks, neighborhoods and churches that abound throughout the entire map. But not only that, it also has natural attractions such as the cenote Zaci, the Dzinup or the Samula.