INFORMATION & RECOMMENDATIONS
Visit Dzibilchaltun Mayan ruins, that has settlements since 500 B.C.
Observe the temple of the 7 dolls, its most representative building.
Enjoy the Mayan town museum:
With objects from Mayan and Spaniards (paintings, armors, weapons...), and swim in the Cenote.
Then, relax and enjoy at Progreso beach before returning to Merida, Yucatan.Contact us to learn more
- Licensed bilingual guide (English / Spanish)
- Pick-up at hotel's lobby in Merida
- Roundtrip transportation with traveler's insurance
- Entrance fees
- Tips and personal expenditures
We recommend you to bring:
- Swimsuit, towel, and sandals or aquashoes
- Ecological sunblock cream and insect repellent
*Kids price only for children from 4 up to 11 years old
To swim in cenotes bring your swimsuit, a visor or goggles, and life jacket (even if you know how to swim).
It is advisable to bring biodegradable insect repellent and sunscreen, and water.
Every modification alters the ecosystem, leave nature sites, elements and its fauna as found.
Care for nature! Bring bags to take all your litter and garbage back with you; take special care of glassware and / or campfires.
Remember heat can be extreme, especially from April to September. Stay hydrated and dress accordingly.
Others recommend us
Aprendimos muchísimo, tomamos un taller para hacer chocolate desde el cacao increíble! Los 2 son súper lindos. Comimos muy rico y el cenote es lindo, a mis hijos les encantó... sí es una aventura descender.
Estuvo muy divertido, me encantó! Me la pasé en el agua :D
I had a great vacation thanks to them. I'm glad I didn't back out and went snorkeling.
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Archaeological site, museum and Cenote
Lunch and beach
Arrival to Merida
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