Wayak phone usaToll free USA: +1 866 7685 671

Wayak phoneToll free Mex: 800 00 WAYAK (92925)

Wayak phone mexMexico: +52 55 5652 9331

E-mail: contact@wayakbus.com


Uxmal and Kabah IncredibleTour

Days of departure Tuesday, Thursday , Saturday,

Starting time 09:00

Ending time 18:00

Duration 9 hours

119 USD

(per traveler)
112.00 USD (child)

* 1 persons are required for this tour.

Total: $119 USD

*All taxes included in the price.

  • UxmalKabahTour_1.jpg
  • UxmalKabahTour_2.jpg
  • UxmalKabahTour_3.jpg
  • UxmalKabahTour_4.jpg
  • UxmalKabahTour_5.jpg

Prepare to be awed!

Beautiful Uxmal was one of the most important cities of the Mayan culture. Its name means "thrice built" or "three harvests" and it is seen as a reference to the complexity of this impressive site with its intricated and dramatic Puuc architecture. Let our bilingual guide delight you with the history of one of the Yucatan's most unforgettable Mesoamerican sites.


Uxmal, Yucatán, México

Departures from: Merida


  • We will pick you at your hotel
  • We will visit Cuadrilatero de las Monjas, Palacio del Gobernador, Templo del Adivino and the Gran Pirámide.
  • We will continue at Kabah to see the highest building Codz Pop with its spectacular beauty.
  • Meal time
  • We come back to Mérida


The best experience to live UXMAL AND KABAH!


Days: Tuesday, Thursday ,Saturday

Starts: 9:00 a.m.

Ends: 6:00 p.m.

Lengtht: 9 HRS 

Pick up: 9:00 - 9:20 a.m. for hotels in Merida City

Departure from Merida City

What’s included?

  • Bilingual Guide
  • Drinks
  • Travel or show
  • Ticket
  • Transportation

What’s not included?

  • Gratuities

Good to know!

  • icon_comfortable_clothes.pngComfortable clothes
  • icon_jacket.pngJacket
  • icon_money2.pngMoney
  • icon_sunblock.pngSunblock
  • icon_sunglasses.pngSunglasses
  • icon_backpack.pngSmall backpack
  • icon_camera.pngCamera
  • icon_mosquito.pngRepellent


The Pyramid of the Magician

100 feet high and according to legend it was built in a day (a myth sadly proven to be untrue by archaeologists).

The Nunnery Quadrangle

With its intricately carved facades, this building is an impressive sight. Believed to have been used as a government palace, the Spanish however thought it looked like a nunnery, hence giving it its name.

The Governors Palace

Incredibly intricate mosaic work makes this one of the most admired Pre-Colombian facades.



Cenotes Tour

Cenotes Tour

89 USD Book now

Celestun Tour

Celestun Tour

119 USD Book now


Uxmal Light & Sound

119 USD Book now


Chichen Itza Tour departing from Merida

119 USD Book now

Need help?

Custom Itinerary