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Uxmal Light & Sound

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

Starting time 13:00

Ending time 22:00

Duration 9 horas

119 USD

(per traveler)

* 1 persons are required for this tour.

Total: $119 USD

*All taxes included in the price.

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Prepare to be awed!

Departure from the hotel to Uxmal.
We will travel 80 km by road. In this pre-Hispanic city we visit the Nunnery Quadrangle, the Governor's Palace, the home of turtles and the impressive palace soothsayer, who according to legend was built in one night by a dwarf.
Then we moved to the restaurant for dinner, afterwards we return to the archaeological site to witness the spectacle of light and sound, return to Merida.


Uxmal, México

Departures from: Merida


  • Depending on the location of the hotel we agreed pick up time.
  • The first point of visit is Uxmal
  • The Nunnery Quadrangle
  • Governor's Palace
  • The house of turtles
  • Restaurant for dinner
  • Sound and light show
  • Return to Merida

It is a very complete and fun tour!


It is important to wear comfortable clothes and shoes.

The time of pick up in the hotel is confirmed at time of booking.

Round trip transportation from your hotel

Drinks are not included

What’s included?

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

What’s not included?

  • Drinks
  • Gratuities

Good to know!

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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.


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