Uxmal - Kabah: Mystical Archeological Sites
It is estimated that it had a population of close to 25 thousand inhabitants, distributed in a territory of 37.5 km2 with enormous agricultural potential, but lacking permanent sources for the use of water, which is why the Mayans built Chultunes or water tanks, and a complex system of aguadas and bukteoobob, to take advantage of rainwater.
Kabah: It is a Mayan archaeological site in the Puuc region in western Yucatan, south of Merida. Kabah is located south of Uxmal, connected to that site by a large 18-kilometer (11-mile), 5-meter (16-foot) wide elevated pedestrian walkway with monumental arches at each end. Kabah is the second largest ruin in the Puuc region after Uxmal.
The ruins extend on both sides of the road in a very large area of jungle, are located in the lower part of a valley, surrounded by hills of medium height where you can see small temples at the top, where from the horizon You can see the main buildings of Nohpat and Uxmal.
What's Included?- Included
Driver / Bilingual Certified Guide (English - Spanish).
Hotel pickup and drop-off.
Destination CoveredUxmal, Pyramid of the Magician and Kabah
Best SuitedFamilies, Groups, Solo travellers
11:00 hrs: Arrival at the archaeological site in Uxmal, the guide will buy tickets for all groups (not included).
Will visit for 2 hours with free time.
Afterwards, we will visit the archaeological zone of Kabah. It will be visited for 40 minutes.
Lunch with typical food, (drinks at an additional cost).
16:00 hrs: Arrival in the city of Merida.
This itinerary is approximate
Baby meals not included.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Wear comfortable clothes, swimsuit, and towel.
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