Xcambo Mayan Ruins: Not only visit a famous Mayan site, but you will have the opportunity to climb the Mayan temples. Admire the splendor of this Mayan city considered an important trading center that specialized in salt production exported throughout the Mayan Peninsula. Xcambo comes from the Maya word meaning “celestial crocodile” or a place where exchanges are made. Among the structures that you will visit is the Temple of Sacrifices, where your guide will share important information about this ancient culture.
Merida City: Yucatán’s vibrant capital city of Mérida is bursting with historic landmarks, colonial heritage and authentic Mexican culture. Travel along the famous Paseo de Montejo with its interesting colonial buildings and historical sites that embody a heavy Mayan, French and British influence with a hint of Dutch.
Requirements & Restrictions: Guests must be able to walk approximately 1.4 miles over uneven and rocky surfaces with inclines. Closed-toe shoes required. For safety reasons, guests with mobility difficulties may not participate in this excursion.
What to Bring: Cash or credit/debit card for additional purchases. Beach towel.
Good to Know: Children – 5 years and under are FREE! Guests can purchase additional food/drinks at location.