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Excellent tour with Julio, Ricardo, and Mike. Air Conditioned coach bus. Great history. Lots of walking but they give water and are very professional. I definitely recommend for those interested in learning local culture and history!
There was so much ground to cover to see everything. I loved learning about Ancient Mayan history. The museum is lovely and full of artifacts. Getting to swim in the cenote was an extra perk. It is rainy season in MX so I didn't expect...More
The ruins are very close to Merida and they are great to visit. The site is not super large so it can be walked easily even with high temperatures.
There is an open cenote where people can swim.. what I didn't see (and didn't ask)...More
Grounds were very clean and the structures were well cared for. The museum was interesting and provided a good description of the area and culture at that time. It was very hot but the cenote at the end was a good place to swim.
They have a small museum and a few ruins to check out. It is super beautiful and the cenote at the end is the perfect cool-off after all the walking and the crazy sun! Absolutely gorgeous, worth the trip.
Even though this site can never be compared to Chichen Itzá nor Uxmal, it is worth visiting. I would recommend a guided tour, because they can tell you lots of details about the Temple of the Seven Dolls . The museum is very interesting. And...More
If you are looking for a visit to Mayan Ruins while on the Yucatan Peninsula I recommend this location. Easy to get to, nice parking area and good examples of the Mayan Culture are in a small walk through Museum. The Ruins are not the...More
These ruins are a 20 minute drive from Merida. It’s a medium sized ruin complex with three main attractions.
1. Templo de las Muñecas
2. Cenote Xlacah and a
3. Small parish
It’s fun to get lost within this area, just stay within the pathways....More
Firstly...they apparently will not allow you to take in backpacks, it costs you 50 pesos to rent a locker for storage. This is a rip off. Secondly it’s pretty expensive for a minor site. Thirdly you are not given a site map or any written...More
Response from DMGAmes_Iowa | Reviewed this property |
I'm responding, but cannot answer your question. My wife and I went with a tour group last Tuesday.. Did not check on Christmas because we are in Cancun now and will be here for Christmas. I do have one suggestion... More
I'm responding, but cannot answer your question. My wife and I went with a tour group last Tuesday.. Did not check on Christmas because we are in Cancun now and will be here for Christmas. I do have one suggestion, however. If you plan to swim in the beautiful cenote, I would advise walking up to the Temple of the 7 Dolls first, then come back and look at the ruins around the Spanish open chapel which is right by the cenote. Then you can leave the site refreshed. Hope you enjoy the site. We did. I also highly recommend Uxmal and Kabah.
Response from d7bythesea | Reviewed this property |
Yes, but it isn't much. I think it was about $3 or $4 dl. If you have an INAPAM card (Mexico old age card) it is free. You can self-tour. The museum is well worth seeing. There are great changing rooms if you want to... More
Yes, but it isn't much. I think it was about $3 or $4 dl. If you have an INAPAM card (Mexico old age card) it is free. You can self-tour. The museum is well worth seeing. There are great changing rooms if you want to swim in the cenote.