$900.00
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Private Yucatan Discovery Tour

(4 days/3 nights)

Private Yucatan Discovery Tour
Private Yucatan Discovery Tour

Embark on an unforgettable journey through the Yucatan Peninsula with Best Maya Tours and discover the jewels of the region.

In this four day and three night Yucatan Discovery Tour, you will discover all the best landmarks of the region. You will first get to know the Rio Lagartos Biosphere and meet all its inhabitants such as birds, sea life and of course the famous flamingos. You will then head to Las Coloradas,

this mythical place where the lakes are pink thanks to the flamingos and the salt pans. After the first night in Valladolid, you will visit one of the Seven Wonders of the Earth, the pyramid of Chichen Itza, capital of the great Maya civilization, then Ek Balam the “city of the Black Jaguar”. You will spend the night in Mérida, the capital of Yucatan.

On the third day, your guide will take you to the beautiful colonial Yaxcopoil Hacienda, where the henequen fiber was produced and through the impressive archeological site of Uxmal. The afternoon will be dedicated to a private guided tour of the city of Mérida, where you will be enjoying its magnificent architecture and relax in the crystal waters of a beautiful hidden cenote.

For the last day, your guide will take you to the archeological site of Coba “city of Turbulent Waters” where you will wander among the ruins in the tropical rainforest by bike. To finish this journey, you will stop to the Tulum ruins, set on a cliff and overseeing the Caribbean sea before going back to the hotel of your choice.(Minimum 2 people private tour)

DEPARTURE LOCATION Hotel
DEPARTURE TIME Prompt departure 8:00 Am
INCLUDED

Water on board

Accommodations & Breakfast

Transportation

Professional guide & all entrance fees

NOT INCLUDED:

Insect Repellent

Biodegradable SunBlock

We recommend that you bring comfortable clothes and walking  shoes (flipflops, sandals ok, ), bathing suit, sun glasses, towel, camera, binoculars, sun protection (biodegradable, or clothes to aid with sun protection), some cash. The guides, drivers and waitress appreciate tips for their excellent service. Its also thanks to them that you will leave with many great memories!

Frequently Asked Questions

Linen, cotton, and quick-drying sports fabrics are ideal for Yucatán’s weather. For evenings in the Yucatán that can become chilly, We recommend bringing a lightweight but warm top to stay cozy.

The Yucatan Peninsula is known for its tropical rainforests, for being the home of the ancient Maya people, and for being a popular tourist destination.

Additional information

Duration4 days / 3 nights
1

Day 1: Rio Lagartos - Las Coloradas - Valladolid

On this first day, our guide will take you to the Rio Lagartos Biosphere to catch a boat and meet diverse species of birds like herons, fishing eagles, pelicans and of course the flamingos, but also maybe some other inhabitants of the mangrove such as crocodiles and racoons.  You will then head to the worldwide famous Las Coloradas, these pink lakes that cover the landscape and contrast beautifully with the blue skies to learn more about their peculiarities. In this area you will experience a traditional Mayan mud bath before going to a private beach to rinse the mud off and enjoy the waters. Finish the day by exploring Valladolid and stay the night in the city.

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Day 2: Ek Balam - Chichen Itza -Merida

In the morning at the scheduled time (8:00 am) your guide will pick you up at your hotel to enjoy a full day tour through some of the most important archaeological sites of the peninsula. The first stop will be in the archaeological zone of Ek Balam (“Star Jaguar or Dark Jaguar” in Maya), where you will discover its wonderful architecture and history. You will continue with the visit to one of the Seven Wonders of the modern world, Chichén Itzá and admire, among other buildings, the Pyramid of Kukulcan and the Sacred Cenote, used by the Mayans to make offerings and sacrifices to their gods. At the end of the day, you will stay in Mérida and spend the nigh there.

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Day 3: Yaxcopoil Hacienda- Cenote - Uxmal - Merida City Tour

On the third day, you will first head to the  colonial Hacienda to learn more about the production of the henequen fiber, then head to the amazing archeological site of Uxmal (“Three times built” in Maya), known for having the “Adivino” pyramid, the only known temple with an oval plant in the Mayan culture.

In the afternoon your guide will take you to Mérida and give you a private tour of city where you will visit the historic center, the main square and the paseo Montejo. Depending on your preferences, you may alternately do the Chocolate Museum and Uxmal Light Show instead of a city tour. Lodging in hotel of Merida for the night.

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Day 4: Tulum & Coba

On this fourth and last day of your Yucatan discovery, your guide will take you to Coba, “City of Turbulent Water”, where you will wander among the ruins in the tropical rainforest by bikes and discover the “the Church”, the 25 meters high pyramide and the ball game field.
You will finish the journey by visiting the Tulum archeological site “City of Dawn”, declared a World Heritage Site, located on a cliff facing the Caribbean Sea. At the end of the day, your guide will take you back to your selected hotel on the Riviera Maya.

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Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 1 review
04/09/2022

This was an amazing experience and we loved every minute! Salvador is incredibly knowledgeable about the sites around the Yucatán and we learned so much about the different archeological sites and the Mayan culture. Each site and experience was beautiful and unique in its own way. We loved riding bikes in Coba, climbing Ek Balam, walking around the grounds of Uxmal and Chichen Itza, and swimming in a cenote! There were lots of other fun adventures tucked in like feeding iguanas at Tulum and visiting a hacienda and learning the history of chocolate! It was great to have evenings in Merida and Valladolid. We made lots of memories that we won’t soon forget! It was an incredible adventure!

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