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Yaxcopoil, Cenote & Uxmal Tour

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Adult Ages 11+
Child Ages 4-10
Infant Ages 0-3

Be part of a remarkable journey from the vibrant city of Mérida to the historic Yaxcopoil hacienda, offering a glimpse into the colonial heritage of the region. Step inside the hacienda adorned with architectural marvels that reflect its rich history and importance during the era of the Green Gold. Immerse yourself in the stories and ambiance of this bygone era before venturing further into the heart of ancient Mayan civilization.

Your next destination is the awe-inspiring Uxmal, a magnificent city nestled amidst the Puuc hills. Explore the grandeur of Uxmal, renowned for its smooth friezes and intricately decorated ceilings. Marvel at the Pyramid of the Fortune Teller, the Quadrangle of the Nuns, and the Governor’s Palace, true gems of Mayan architectural mastery. Then, you will visit a sacred cenote, an underground water tank, offering a refreshing oasis where you can bathe in its crystalline waters and cool off from the Yucatecan sun.

With transportation to and from your hotel, entrance fees, an official professional guide, and a splendid meal included, this tour ensures a seamless and immersive experience. Explore the intersection of colonial splendor and ancient treasures, uncovering the captivating history and architectural marvels of Yaxcopoil and Uxmal, before returning to the enchanting city of Mérida.


  • Step back in time to the historic Yaxcopoil hacienda
  • Discover Uxmal, the crown jewel of Puuc-style Mayan architecture
  • Marvel at the Pyramid of the Fortune Teller
  • Refresh your senses with a visit to a stunning cenote
  • Enjoy a delicious meal, savoring the flavors of the region


  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Certified bilingual guide
  • Lunch (a la carte menu)
  • Entrance fees to each attraction


  • Drinks
  • Optional gratuities
  • Additional expenses


Do not forget to bring your swimsuit and a towel. Take into account that Yaxcopoil is closed on Sundays, instead, Chocostory is visited.