Dzibilchaltun Ruins Tour and Progreso Beach Break from Merida


2 reviews

Location: Merida, Mexico
Duration: 7 hours
Product code: 36244P8

You will be picked up from your Merida hotel at around 9am in the morning. From there you'll head to Dzibilchaltun known as the place of "writing on stone."  This Maya city is located 15 Kilometers northeast of Merida. Here, you will visit the museum, then a typical Mayan house, walk along a Sacbe, and get to the pyramids to admire the Temple of the Sun, also called Temple of the Seven Dolls. On this temple, during each March and September equinox a phenomenon known as The Sunrise occurs.Then, you will visit the cenote Xlacah and end the tour with a visit to the Port of Progreso to enjoy and admire the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Your will then be dropped-off at your hotel.
Supplier Name
Turitransmerida tour operator & Dmc
Additional Information
Confirmation will be received at time of booking,Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level,Children must be accompanied by an adult,May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
Hotel pickup and drop-off,Professional guide,Entry/Admission - Dzibilchaltun Ruins
Gratuities,Drinks and lunch
Traveler Reviews

We enjoyed this Viator excursion arranged through Mayaland Tours. The Dzibilchaltun site is very interesting with its raised roadway sacbe, Temple of the 7 Dolls, pyramids, ruins of houses etc. Good signage provided by the federal Institute of Anthropology and History. The cenote there is beautiful with its crystal clear water and water lilies. Some of our group went swimming there. We would like to have spent more time at this site. But we were driven to Progresso where we sat on the beach for several hours and were able to order food from a restaurant across the street. We would have been happy to spend less time at Progresso.

This was a very interesting and informative tour. Our guide spoke very good English and devoted equal time to both English and Spanish narration. I paid for a tour that included lunch thru Viator, however the local tour company said I would have to pay for my own lunch.

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