5-Day Riviera Maya Archaeological Tour From Cancun(multiday) (14768P30)
Mexico, Quintana Roo, Cancún
day1:Transfer Cancún Airport – Cancún Hotel
day2:Tulum,Coba,Merida In the morning, we’ll travel to Mérida, Along the way we’ll visit the impressive archaeological zone of Tulum,We will continue our journey, visiting the archaeological site of Coba,Then we’ll arrive in Merida..
day3:Merida,Uxmal,Kabah,Merida.After breakfast, we will leave for the impressive archaeological zone of Uxmal,We will continue to the archaeological site of Kabah,Return to Merida, where we’ll have lunch and rest.
day4:Merida – Chichen Itza- Cancun.After breakfast we’ll depart to one of the main archaeological sites of the Peninsula of Yucatán: Chichen Itzá We will visit and admire its beautiful constructions,Enjoy lunch and then return to Cancun.
day5:Cancun Airport. Transfer to the airport for your departure flight.
day2:Tulum,Coba,Merida. we’ll travel to Mérida, a beautiful city known as the "White City". Along the way we’ll visit the impressive archaeological zone of Tulum, which means "Palizada" or "Muralla," and is an important Mayan city that offers us a spectacular view of the Caribbean Sea. We will continue our journey, visiting the archaeological site of Coba. We’ll head to the main pyramid, which is the highest in the Yucatan Peninsula. We can admire the incredible jungle panorama of the region.
day3:Merida,Uxmal,Kabah,Uxmal, place considered a Cultural Heritage of Humanity, located in the Puuc zone, being the most representative of this architectural style.We will continue to the archaeological site of Kabah, where, among other attractions, we will visit the Temple of the Masks, so named because in the west façade there are Chaac masks and below of them there is a fretwork of intertwined snakes and on the masks there is a decoration geometric based on triangles.
day4:Merida – Chichen Itza. Peninsula of Yucatán: Chichen Itzá. We will visit and admire its beautiful constructions: the Pyramid of Kukulkan, the Observatory, the Temple of the Warriors and the Ball Game; being these, important and renowned relics of the Mayan civilization.