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Mayapan & Cenote Pixyah

Days of departure Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday , Friday , Saturday, Sunday,

Starting time 09:00

Ending time 17:00

Duration 8 Hours

69 USD

(per traveler)

* 2 persons are required for this tour.

Total: $69 USD

*All taxes included in the price.

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Prepare to be awed!

Mayapan was built in the likeness of Chichén Itzá. The constructive style incorporated elements of the architecture from central Mexico, combined with inherited traits of the ancient Mayan cities. However, with the fall of Chichén Itzá, Mayapán would develop his own style oriented to reworking of the old ways. The main building of Mayapan bears the name of Castle, dedicated to the god Kukulcan.  From there we continue to the cenote called Nayah, located in Pixyah, its semi-open style facilitates watch a beautiful landscape, where we enjoy their sweet and crystalline waters.

Where?

Mayapán, Mérida, México

Departures from: Merida

Itinerary

  • We will pick you up at your hotel (We will confirm the schedule depending on your location)
  • Start the tour around 9:00 am
  • The first stop in the archaeological site of Mayapan incorporated elements of the architecture from central Mexico, combined with inherited traits of the ancient Mayan cities.
  • The second stop is Nayah cenote located in Pixyah, his semi open style facilitates enjoy a beautiful landscape and its fresh and crystal water
  • We  will make a stop to taste the food and take a break.
  • We headed back to the city of Merida to leave it at your hotel (Arrival 17:00 PM)

** This itinerary may vary. Food and drinks are not included.

Important!

Mayapán fue sede de la Liga de Mayapán, una confederación que reunía a los caciques de Uxmal y Chichén Itzá. Las disputas por el control de la confederación terminaron con la derrota de los itzáes que gobernaban Chichén, y su huida hacia el Petén, donde fundaron la ciudad de Tayasal. La hegemonía de la liga fue ejercida a partir de ese momento (final del siglo XIII) por los cocomes de Mayapán, aunque con fuerte oposición de los habitantes de los otros reinos mayas de la península. La Liga de Mayapán parece haber sido disuelta hacia el año 1440, cuando los cocomes abandonaron la plaza y se asentaron en Sotuta.

What’s included?

  • Ticket
  • Bilingual Guide
  • Travel or show
  • Transportation

What’s not included?

  • Drinks
  • Meals
  • Gratuities

Good to know!

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Highlights

Mayapan

Mayapan in Yucatan Mayan language derives from the words: Mayab, which corresponds to the name of the Yucatan Peninsula for before the conquest; ma 'refers not negative; ya'ab, much, quite, abundant and bread which means flag, banner or pennant, which apparently translates as: the flag of the Maya

Pixyah Cenote

This is an open type cenote with 9 meters of free fall, descend through a wooden staircase that facilitates entry to the cenote which ends in a platform from which you enter the water. The water color is blue, and its surface measures 30 meters long by 20 meters wide and a maximum depth of 45 meters. Its current use is touristy, to swim, snorkel and observe. It is one of the main cenotes used for diving, cenote This seems a natural pool.

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