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Edzna and Calakmul...

Edzna Archaeological Site
This is one of our short tours. We will visit the city of Campeche and the Archaeological Zone of Edzna in the Los Chenes region, on the second day we will enter the Jungle until we reach Balam-Ku and Conhuas; On the third day we will discover the wonders of Calakmul and on the last day we will visit Uxmal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
We will travel through the Campechano Peten to the Archaeological Zone of Calakmul, within the largest Biosphere Reserve in the Mexican tropics. Calakmul, which in Mayan means “Two Adjacent Mounds”, has more than six thousand structures - most of them covered by jungle - and was in its time, the largest regional capital in the entire Mayan area.


Becal – Edzna – Campeche – Balam-ku – Bat Cave – Conhuas – Calakmul – Uxmal – Kankirixche Cenote – Yaxcopoil Hacienda
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Fort of San Jose el Alto, CampecheFort of San Jose el Alto, Campeche


9:00 a. m.: We leave the city of Merida for the town of Becal in Campeche, a place where the elegant “jipijapa” hats have been finely made for many years, that is the name of the palm with which they are woven by artisans in the shade of small natural caves.

We continue our journey to the south to enter the wild region of Los Chenes and discover the impressive Archaeological Zone of Edzna, which in Mayan means "House of the Itzaes". We will recognize the features of Peten architecture in the buildings of what once was an important regional capital.

At the end of our visit, we will go to the walled city of San Francisco de Campeche, where we will pause for lunch. In the afternoon we will visit the Fort and museum of San Miguel and at the end we will go up to the Fort of San Jose el Alto, from where we will be able to imagine the battles against the English pirates.

Night in Campeche
Stucco sculptures at Edzna Archaeological SiteStucco sculptures at Edzna Archaeological Site


7:00 a. m.: Breakfast at the hotel.

8:00 a. m.:We leave Campeche heading for the jungle area in the southeast of the state until we reach the Archaeological Zone of Balam Ku, which in Mayan means “Temple of the Jaguar”, next to the town of Conhuás. On the facade of the House of the Four Kings, we can admire stucco reliefs painted red of surprising quality. Jaguars and anthropomorphic figures seated on amphibian animals, all on a frieze 17 meters long and almost 2 meters high. Time to eat.

In the afternoon we will visit the cave of the bats, to witness the wonderful spectacle of the departure of thousands of these animals with the last rays of the sun. Bats can eat up to 1,200 mosquitoes per hour. Often, they consume the total number of insects equivalent to their body weight each night, helping to keep insect populations in check, which makes them indispensable to the ecosystem.

Night in Conhuas
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6:30 a. m.: Breakfast at the hotel.

7:30 a. m.:We will start our journey very early to enter the Campeche Petén towards the Archaeological Zone of Calakmul, within the largest Biosphere Reserve in the Mexican tropics. Calakmul, which in Mayan means “Two Adjacent Mounds”, has more than six thousand structures - most of them covered by jungle - and was in its time, the largest regional capital in the entire Mayan area. The visit of its pyramids and stelae is restricted to the central area, between the song of birds and the flight of countless butterflies. A mesmerizing experience.

At noon we will return to Campeche. Time to eat.

In the evening we will visit the hexagon of the Bastions and the Sea and Land Gates of the once fortified city, we will walk through the gates of the Plaza de la Independencia and visit the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.

Night in Campeche
Chaac sculptures at Uxmal Archaeological SiteChaac sculptures at Uxmal Archaeological Site


7:00 a. m.: Breakfast at the hotel.

8:00 a. m.:On our way back to Yucatan, we will visit the Archaeological Zone of Uxmal, which in Mayan means "three times built". Uxmal, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is considered the most important city in the Puuc region, where the buildings are decorated with Chac "God of Rain" masks. We will visit the Pyramid of the Magician, the Quadrangle of the Nuns and the Governor's Palace.

To cool down a little bit after visiting Uxmal, nothing better than to immerse ourselves in the crystalline waters of one of the 7,000 cenotes that are estimated to exist in the Yucatan Peninsula, the Kankirixche cenote in Abala, where we can also admire stalactites, stalagmites and columns that have taken a long time to develop. The cenotes are wells of water called ts'onot "cavern of water" by the Mayans.

Finally, after relaxing, we will go to Yaxcopoil Hacienda, where we will take a tour of its facilities and we will get to know a very important part of the recent past of Yucatan, inscribed in the henequen haciendas. The henequen or sisal, was for many decades the engine of the peninsular economy. Time to eat. In the afternoon we will return to the city of Merida.

Our tours can start and / or end, at the Mérida and Cancun international airports or at the hotel where you are staying. Please request a personalized itinerary.

Included Services


We have made a careful selection of accommodation options in each of our destinations, to be able to recommend to our clients. We have chosen depending on the location, quality service, good food and pleasant atmosphere.


Our packages can be without meals, or they can include only the breakfasts: American or Buffet, depending only on what the client decides to add each time.


Luxury vehicles with air conditioning and music, from the reception at the airport of arrival, during all the days of excursion and until the final transfer to the airport of departure. All passengers have traveler's insurance.


He/she will provide explanations about each site and will be in charge of the group all the time +local guides in the archaeological zones. A certified guide can be additionally hired in a particular language per group, if necessary (please request more information if you need it).


Motorboat in Celestún, Cenotes: Cuzama, Homun, Abala, Yalcoba and Temozon, Forts and Bastions of Campeche, Convent of Izamal, Church of Valladolid and Cathedral of Mérida, Boat rides in Ria Lagartos and Las Coloradas, Archaeological Zones of Edzna, Ek Balam, Uxmal, Calakmul and Chichen-Itza.



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