Mayan Heritage, Private tour
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Join our 7-day private tour and discover the secrets of the greatest civilizations ever. Step back in time and learn more about the Mayan heritage in Chichen Itzá and swim in sacred Mayan Cenotes. Sites of Xcambo and Uxmal will unveil the Mayan architectural gems and witnessing a spectacular light and sound show over the ruins of Uxmal will rise this fascinating experience. The peacefulness of “White City” of Merida will pull you in to its beautiful streets that make it a place of elegance and charm. This trip will fill all your senses and will leave great memories for the lifetime.
Chichén Itzá: most important sites that protects the legacy of one of the ancient civilization. Mayan cultural heritance is still present between its ruins and architectural remains.
Uxmal: astonishing archaeological site that keeps hidden secrets of the Mayan legacy. The unique spectacular of the Light and Sound is played over the silence of these old Mayan ruins.
Cenotes Santa Barbara: giant craters, created when the asteroid hit the earth, and caused the formation of this spectacular underground water sinkholes with a crystal clean water.
Merida: tranquil city that boasts rich culture, history, art and traditions, surrounded by the Mayan ruins and architecture. Its food, layered with exquisite gastronomic heritage, will take over your gastronomic expectations and wonderful experience “Mama home cooking class” will unveil you secrets tips and tricks of the traditional cuisine.
- Operated with bilingual English-Spanish speaking escorted driver-guide throughout the itinerary
- Operated with the local guide during the Mama home cooking class on day 5
- 6 night’s hotel accommodation
- 6 Breakfasts
- 4 Lunches (incl. 1x Lunch at Mama´s cooking class on day 5; 1x Lunch at Yucatan Women community on day 6)
- 3 Dinners
- Pick-up private transfer from Cancun/ Riviera Maya/ Tulum
- Drop off private transfers from Merida to Riviera Maya/Tulum or Cancun Airport
- Air-conditioned private transportation throughout the program as per itinerary
ENTRANCE FEES & ACTIVITIES:
- All entrance fees and activities mentioned in the itinerary: Chichen Itza Sightseeing tour (incl. Kukulkán pyramid, Mayan and Toltec Architecture Sanctuary) and Pueblo Maya de Izamal excursion (Day 2), Xcamb archaeological site and Craft fruit workshop (Day 3), Merida city tour, Uxmal archaeological excursion and Light & Sound Spectacular (Day 4), Merida´s local market tour and Mama home cooking class (Day 5), Santa Barbara Cenotes and Homun Cycling tour (Day 6), Valladolid City tour (Day 7)
- Domestic nor International flights
- Drinks during meals (unless specified otherwise)
- City tax not included, payable on the spot
- Any visit not mentioned in the program
- Porterage and gratuities
- Expenditures of a personal nature, drinks and meals or items not stated explicitly in the program
- Any alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, mineral water, camera/video camera fee (if any)
- Travel Insurance or any loss or extra cost arising due to unforeseen circumstances such as flight delays, accidents, etc.
- Day 1: Please advise the hotel´s direction in Cancun, Riviera Maya or Tulum at the time of booking, in order to arrange the pick-up. If there is an airport pick-up involved, kindly advise the flight number and time of arrival.
- Day 7: Please advise preferred drop off location in Cancun, Riviera Maya or Tulum. If there is an airport drop off involved, kindly advise the flight number and time of departure
- We reserve the right to change itineraries and activities due to weather conditions, technical problems or security reasons.
- Late check-out, early check-in, connecting or adjoining rooms at the hotel are all subject to availability and not guaranteed.
- In many hotels in Mexico, the triple rooms are a double room with an additional bed or sofa bed. Their comfort conditions are lower than international standards of triple room.
What do I need to bring?
Comfortable and light clothing is the most suitable for travelling in Mexico. Visitors should not wear sleeveless shirts, shorts, short skirts or skimpy clothing when visiting temples, religious or official buildings. Sun protection, sunglasses, a hat and mosquito repellent can be very useful during your stay.
Day 1 Chichén-Itzá
- Standard Hotel Category = Hotel Okaan or Hacienda Chichen or similar 3*
Day 2 Dzidzantun
- Standard Hotel Category = Hacienda San Francisco or similar 3*
Day 3, 4, 5, 6 Merida
- Standard Hotel Category = Casa del Balam or Mision Panamericana or similar 3*
Pre/post-night in Cancun
- Standard Hotel Category = Hotel Adhara Cancun or similar 3*
- Once ordered, this tour cannot be cancelled or refund or amended at any circumstances.