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Acanceh Ruins and Cuzama Cenotes Tour from Merida
"After morning pickup from your hotel head to the town of Cuzama by minivan – an approximate 45-minute drive from Merida the capital of Yucatán. Along the way stop in the modern town of Acanceh to visit its Mayan archaeological ruins with your small group. Founded between 200 and 300 AD the site of Acanceh had about 400 buildings but just three of them have been restored and are open to the public. See the main structure a three-leveled step pyramid reaching 36 feet (11 meters) high. Admire several distinctive Mayan masks carved into its stone walls
From $50.00
Chichen Itza Guided Tour with Lunch and Cenote Swim from Cancun
"You'll be picked up from your hotel and head to Chichen Itza for a guided tour. See amazing landmarks and the famous pyramids and sights. You'll then visit make a stop at one of the many cenotes of the region's sacred areas of the ancient Mayas. which is the ideal place to stay and see the wonders of the Mayan world ( Chichen Itza Ek - Balam Coba Tulum) and place the Colonial Mexico ( Izamal Tihosuco Valladolid )
From $66.00
Izamal Full-Day City Tour from Merida
"Your full-day tour begins with hotel pickup in Merida at around 9am. From there you'll drive towards Izamal to get a thorough tour of the city. This colonial city is known as the city of hills and it's located right in the middle of the peninsula. Some say it could be considered the oldest colonial city. It contains five pyr as well as the rabbit and izamatul kabul. You will visit these pyramids and learn all the history about them. The city is considered a colonial jewel because all the buildings are painted yellow and the main attraction is the convent of Izamal which was built on the land where a Mayan pyramid was built on using the stones of this pyramid for its construction. Walk around the streets and learn about its founder Fray Diego de Landa
From $55.00

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