FIND YOUR BUS
Do you want to have the best ground transportation in Mexico at the best prices? Take a look at our bus service from Merida to Palenque, with an in-between stop at the amazing archeological site of Uxmal to take some pictures and enjoy this ancient place. Our 13-passenger buses depart from Merida at 7:45 am and arrive to Palenque at 6:15 pm.
The ride in our bus service from Merida to Palenque might seem a little long but you will be able to enjoy the Uxmal archeological site. Famous by its pyramids and palaces, with very detailed and well sculpted stones that create geometrical mosaics showing unique perfection. This site is formed by 15 complexes of buildings ready to be explored.
Book your seats for our bus service from Merida to Palenque and get to know one of the most wonderful Mayan cities. Formely absorbed into a jungle full of cedar and sapodilla trees, Palenque has been restored and it has also become one of the most visited archeological sites in Mexico. In Uxmal you will find some of the finest Mayan architecture.
In Palenque you will find buildings like the Palace, which is a complex of houses and courtyards built on an artificial terrace. This Palace houses fine sculptures and cravings, apart from the four-story tower. There is also a Temple of Inscriptions that gets its name from the glyphic text found in it, which records about 1,800 years of history.
You can also visit the Temple of the Cross, the Temple of the Sun and the Temple of the Foliated Cross when you arrive to your destination in our bus service from Merida to Palenque. This is a set of temples with elaborately carved relief in the inner chamber. You willbe absorved and amazed in a jungle world full of wild life and vitality.
Make your reservations and do not worry about a thing! We`ll take care of your ride with our door-to-door service. With TVs, DVD players and wireless headphones on-board for you to enjoy, we offer you a safe and comfortable way to cover long distances in a shorter period of time from Merida to any other site in Southeast Mexico. You won't regret it.