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Mexico Private Transfer from Merida airport to central Merida

Mexico Private Transfer from Merida airport to central Merida

Take the worry out of your arrival at Merida airport and pre-book a private transfer to suit your group size (up to 8 people). Avoid the long lines for taxis on arrival, and travel in the comfort of a Premium car or minivan.
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  • 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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$45.10
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$45.10
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Uxmal, Haciendas and Cenotes

Uxmal, Haciendas and Cenotes

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It is an experience in which we suggest but you decide, it is totally personalized, the times in the places and which to visit, are you desicion. Our drivers are trained to support you on the journey and make the experience your way.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$155.85
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$155.85
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Magical towns of Yucatan: Valladolid, Izamal & swim in cenote from Merida
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Magical towns of Yucatan: Valladolid, Izamal & swim in cenote from Merida

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Visit the colonial city of Valladolid, with its 16-century buildings and religious architecture including the Convent of San Bernardino of Siena and the Baroque-style San Gervasio Cathedral. The tour leaves time to explore the city—a blend of Mayan history and contemporary society— on your own. After lunch (included), visit a cenote, and tour Izamal, the ruins of a Mayan pilgrimage site.
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  • 9 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$154.50
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$154.50
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Cuzama Cenotes Adventure Day Trip from Merida
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Cuzama Cenotes Adventure Day Trip from Merida

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Combine visits to three cenotes on this full-day tour from Merida. Explore and swim in the Cascabel, Chaksikin, and Xoch cenotes, learning how they were formed and their significance in the community as you travel. Lunch at a local restaurant and round-trip transportation from Merida accommodations are included.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$94.00
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$94.00
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Chichen Itza and the Pink pools

Chichen Itza and the Pink pools

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We will start this beautiful day picking you up at the meeting point, the goal is arrive to Chichen Itza early, since is the most visited archaeological site. As soon as it´s open (8:00 am) we will have the chance to enjoy the place with less people, have better pictures and take advantage of the refreshing morning. We will stop in a convenience store to grab something to eat. Inside the archaeological site i will explain you the customs, history, and life of the mayan civilization and the city. Afterwards we will drive to a cenote (natural sinkholes) where we´ll have enough time to swimm and cool off in the crystal clear waters of this amazing natural ecosystem. Afterwards we will drive to a little town and eat in a local restaurant where we can find a great variaty of local food and vegetarian options as well. Then we will hit the road again towards north, this time we will visit the salt mines where we can observe the wonderful pink pools and the pink flamingos that inhabit in the biosphere reserve.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$97.52
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$97.52
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Uxmal on your Own with Welcome Suite
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Uxmal on your Own with Welcome Suite

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Be your own guide while exploring Uxmal at your own pace. This Viator Exclusive includes transport by Mercedes Benz van, plus access to the visitor's welcome suite and facilities at The Lodge at Uxmal—just steps away from the archaeological ruins. (Entrance fee to the UNESCO World Heritage Site is not included.)
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  • 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$32.00
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$32.00
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Celestun Nature Reserve

Celestun Nature Reserve

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Visit the Celestun Biospehere Reserve on a full-day tour in a comfortable air-conditioned minivan with a bilingual guide. After convenient hotel pickup, witness the many species of birds that call the park home. Enrich your experience of this fascinating region by learning about the Yucatán’s rich environment and abundant wildlife on a boat ride. Experience the Petenes mangroves and enjoy a seafood lunch included in the tour price.    
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  • 8 to 9 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$135.00
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$135.00

Yaxcopoil Hacienda & Uxmal Plus Cenote from Merida
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Yaxcopoil Hacienda & Uxmal Plus Cenote from Merida

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Explore some of the history of the Yucatan area on this day trip from Merida to Hacienda Yaxcopoil and the Mayan city of Uxmal. You'll learn about the regional importance of the farm before continuing to a different period of Mexican history as you admire Uxmal's archaeological ruins. Plus, stop by Cenote Peba for a swim. This tour allows you to avoid the hassle of finding your own way to these locations so you can relax and enjoy a pre-planned day.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$137.00
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$137.00
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Taste of the Yucatan: Merida Cooking Class and Market Visit

Taste of the Yucatan: Merida Cooking Class and Market Visit

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Explore the distinctive flavors of Yucatec cuisine at a cooking class in a Merida home, preparing a traditional three-course meal alongside a local chef. You'll start in the vibrant Merida market, shopping for fresh fruits, vegetables, and recados, or Yucatec spice blends, then roll up your sleeves to cook an appetizer, main course, and dessert. From the marketplace to the home kitchen, this cooking class is a great way to experience Yucatec cuisine and get a glimpse of daily life in the bustling city.
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  • 6 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$76.93
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$76.93
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Shared Arrival Transfer: Merida Airport to Hotels

Shared Arrival Transfer: Merida Airport to Hotels

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Why deal with long taxi lines and figuring out public transit? For a stress-free arrival prebook a shared transfer service to your Merida hotel from Manuel Crescencio Rejón International Airport (MID). A driver will meet you at the airport in an air-conditioned vehicle and bring you directly to your lodging of choice. This convenient service is available daily, 8am-8pm, with a curbside waiting time of 30 minutes or less.
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  • 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$12.00
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$12.00
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4 Days of Minitour in Yucatán in a 3 Star Hotel
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4 Days of Minitour in Yucatán in a 3 Star Hotel

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Ek 'Balam is located in the central-eastern part of Yucatan, about 190 km from Mérida and it is easy to reach the area, since the access is clearly signposted. The name of the ancient city, in the Yucatec Mayan language, literally translates into Spanish as "dark or black jaguar" (Barrera V. 1980: 1950) although the people of the Ek'Balam region who speak Mayan also interpret it as " Lucero-Jaguar. " When the Spanish arrived in the Yucatan Peninsula in 1517, Chichén Itzá was already abandoned, which means that while Europe lived in the Middle Ages, Chichen Itza had already created an even more precise calendar than the Gregorian one, its knowledge of Astronomy was much more advanced and they handled the concept of the number zero. Chichén Itzá differed from other Mayan cities by introducing the cult to the god Kukulcán, the feathered serpent.
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  • 4 days
  • Free Cancellation
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$2,331.17
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$2,331.17
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5 Days of Flamingos, Henequen and Mayan Culture in a 3 Star Hotel
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5 Days of Flamingos, Henequen and Mayan Culture in a 3 Star Hotel

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The ancient Mayan civilization achieved such development that allowed the construction of huge cities and civic Established in southeastern Mexico, the Maya occupied what are now the states of Yucatan, Campeche, Quintana Roo, Chiapas and Tabasco.In the Yucatan peninsula you can visit the most important archaeological sites without having to travel long distances the Caribbean SeaThe name of this sea is derived from the Caribs, a native people that occupied part of the Lesser Antilles and of South America.
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  • 5 days
  • Free Cancellation
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$957.15
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$957.15
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5 Days of Culture and Biodiversity in Yucatán in a 3 Star Hotel
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5 Days of Culture and Biodiversity in Yucatán in a 3 Star Hotel

The haciendas of Mexico were part of an economic system that began with the Spanish in the sixteenth century, similar to the feudal system of Europe. They were efficient farms and manufacturing centers that produced meat and other products for export. Over time, the haciendas became symbols of economic health and culture, adorned with architecture, furniture and art from all over the world. Like the southern plantations of the United States, the haciendas reinforced the caste system, based on race, with the hacendados as masters and the Maya or indigenous as laborers. Most of the Yucatecan haciendas in the 19th century produced henequen rope, a plant variety of the agave cactus, which was exported by the growing transport industry.
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  • 5 days
  • Free Cancellation
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$500.00
per group
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$500.00
per group

Private Yucatan Express Tour

Private Yucatan Express Tour

Take the stress out of planning on this two-day tour of the Yucatan Peninsula and Visit Chichen Itza and enjoy a guided tour of this significant archaeological site and learn about the ancient civilization that used to inhabit the land. and cool off in a crystaline cenote. Also, travel to Merida, the capital city of the Yucatan state, Day Two a stop at Yaxcopoil Hacienda and guided visit of Uxmal a classic Mayan site
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  • 2 days
  • Free Cancellation
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$634.67
Price varies by group size
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$634.67
Price varies by group size

5 Days of Landscapes in White and Pink in a 3 Star Hotel
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5 Days of Landscapes in White and Pink in a 3 Star Hotel

The Mayan cities, full of majestic temples and pyramids were mainly ceremonial centers. Most Mayans lived in rural areas and lived on agriculture and resorted to priests for guidance on planting, harvesting and marrying. The Mayans are also recognized for their impressive knowledge of mathematics and astronomy which integrated their religious rites. They practiced human sacrifice which meant to please or calm the wrath of their gods.
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  • 5 days
  • Free Cancellation
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$932.47
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$932.47
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7 Days Discovering Yucatán Tour: Mérida, Izamal and Cancún in a 3 Star Hotel
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7 Days Discovering Yucatán Tour: Mérida, Izamal and Cancún in a 3 Star Hotel

The best tour you can book if you want to know more about yucatan and its culture, the state has a lot to explore, so if you are determined to visit it you can not miss this Tour. 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. Kabah: It is located 23 km southeast of Uxmal by road no. 261; taking the deviation to the right at km 16, very close to the city of Ticul, his name has been interpreted as "Lord of the strong or powerful hand".  Merida: "The white city" is distinguished by being quiet and its inhabitants friendly and hospitable. Mérida was founded on January 6, 1542, and built on the Mayan city of Toh. 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. It is located 1 hour from Merida.
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  • 7 days
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$2,828.58
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$2,828.58
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5 Days of Pink, Green and Blue Yucatecas
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5 Days of Pink, Green and Blue Yucatecas

Ek Balam, is a spectacular archaeological zone in the heart of Yucatan. It is not very famous as Chichén Itzá, therefore you can enter without making big lines, take pictures without crowds and walk calmly without bothering vendors. But the best part is that you can climb to the top of the pyramids and contemplate the spectacular jungle that surrounds it. Despite globalization and everything that involves it (technology, customs, etc.) the beauty of San Felipe is intact. The design of their homes are still picturesque and simply unique, you can go walking through the streets and have the feeling that you are visiting a rainbow. It is something that attracts the attention of own and strangers.
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  • 5 days
  • Free Cancellation
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$632.13
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