We entered at 9.30 AM with still very few people around; the tour lasts 1.30-2 hrs and is worth its price. Also I strongly suggest to find a guide to enjoy the experience at its fullest.
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These were the fourth and last ruins that we visited on a four day tour with Thomas Cook. We were not expecting anything different as we had seen so much but Wow, this is a very special place. The scale of the site, the sheer...More
As well restored as Chichen Itza but far less tourists and no local merchants to bother you in selling souvenirs like in Chichen Itza ! Uxmal is surrounded by nature and you can have exclusive experience if you arrive at opening time...
would prefer than chichen itza. Its just beautiful and magnificent place to visit. please carry mosquito repellant. Less crowds not crazy like at chichen itza. Must see definitely !!!
This place is a MUST ,make sure you read at least a couple pages so you can understand the importance of this place. The whole Yucatan state is the size of the Holland and this specific archeological site had a density much higher than Amsterdam...More
We had a great time "roadtriping" through the whole ruta puuc. Each site has a fee, being Uxmal the most expensive of all. Both of my young boys enjoyed exploring each site, lots of history in this places. Perfect for taking awesome photos or video...More
Arrive early ( it opens at 8.00am) as the days are hot in June/July. You can virtually have the place to yourself and take your time exploring and climbing the ruins. I suggest getting a guide as you learn a lot more. Be prepared to...More
Way better than Chichen Itza even though its one of the seven wonders of the world. You make the trip to Chichen and you only get to see it and walk on the paths. Here you travel to the Ruta Puuc, visit this and you...More
Amazing ruins, really worth seeing. You'll need to drive there, it was fairly easy to find but we did use the Waze app for directions. We wandered without a guide....maybe 2 hours all told. We arrived at 9 am and almost no one was there!...More