This wonderful 5 day extension to a stay on the beaches of the Riviara Maya is bursting at the seams with colourful culture and timeless history. Visit Tulum to take in ancient attractions accompanied on walks and private tours to see archaeological sites and ruins that have stood for centuries. From one of the ‘New Seven Wonders of the World’, Chichén Itzá, to Uxmal, Mérida and Balankanche, before finishing the tour in the Riviera Maya. As well as witnessing Mexico’s past, you will also experience the comforts of present day while staying at luxurious properties along the way.
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4 nights / 5 days from £2,130
Prices are per person based on 2 people sharing a room. Flights and Riviera Maya accommodation are additional.
Riviera Maya to Chichén Itzá
Today you will be collected from your Riviera Maya hotel by a private guide and transferred to Chichén Itzá. En route you will visit Tulum, an ancient cliff side Mayan city, and Cobá, an inland jungle settlement before continuing your journey and stopping for lunch at the quaint and charming city of Valladolid. After some free time continue on to Chichén Itzá
where you will spend a night at the peaceful Lodge at Chichén Itzá, the area’s finest property.
Chichén I Tzá to Hacienda Temozón
Early in the morning you will be met at the Lodge and taken to Chichén Itzá. Marvel at this famous 1,500 year old pyramid, one of the ‘New Seven Wonders of the World’, during a privately guided tour. Afterwards you will have the option to swim and relax in one the most important and beautiful Mayan cenotes in the area, before heading north to the town of Izamal for lunch and sightseeing in the ‘Yellow City’. From here you will be driven to Hacienda Temozón for a 2 night stay.
Hacienda Temozón to Uxmal and Kabah
This morning you will be collected from the Hacienda for a private full day tour of Uxmal and Kabah’s striking archaeological sites. Gain a sense of history as you walk around the ancient cities, witnessing Uxmal’s colossal Magician’s Pyramid, impressive Governor’s Palace, intricate Dove’s Temple and the grand Quadrangle of the Nuns plus Kabah’s famous and incredibly ornate Palace of Chaac Masks.