Upon arrival in Merida -the white city- we'll take you on a panoramic city Tour, pointing out important sites of interest. Merida is delightful; its b
We suggest you to wear light, comfortable clothing, comfortable walking or hiking shoes, sunglasses, hat, sun block, drinking water. Bring your bathing suit for the cenotes and swimming pools as well. Entrance to Chichen Itza and Light and Sound show is approximately $28 USD payable directly at check in. Payment must be in Mexican pesos. Drop off schedules depending of the season and starting time of Light and Sound Show.
We will stop at the Gran Museo del Mundo Maya (The Grand Mayan World Museum), the perfect place for an encounter with the Yucatecan identity.
After that, we will continue to the archaeological site of Dzibilchaltun. Dzibilchaltun was a major Maya city, which, during colonial times became a villa with an open chapel. One of the most important temples is the Temple of the Seven Dolls, where numerous stucco decorations, as well as seven small sculptures have been found.
The Xlacah cenote has been witness to both eras, and preserves within its depth of 140 feet several archaeological secrets. You will have the chance to swim at the cenote.
You will be back on time in your cruise at 2:30 PM.
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