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Magical Towns (Izamal and Valladolid) with Cenote
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Daily Tours from Merida
Chichen Itza & Cenote
Uxmal, Hacienda & Cenote
Cuzama Cenotes
Dzibilchaltun & Progreso
Magical Towns & Cenote
Ruta Puuc
Ria Lagartos & Las Coloradas
Ek Balam & Valladolid
About the Tour
The shared service from your hotel starts at 8:00 a.m. We visit the magical town of Izamal, continue to the cenote to swim then head to the magical town of Valladolid. We finally return to Merida around 6 pm.
  • Certified driver-guide
  • Round trip transportation from your hotel
Not Included
  • Entrance fees
  • Lunch
  • Drinks
  • Tips
Price: $1,100 MXN p/p
About Magical Towns, Izamal and Valladolid Magical Towns and Cenotes
Magical Towns. They are so named because they have been recognised as offering a special experience because of the combination of their natural beauty, cultural richness and traditions, folklore, history, cuisine, art and crafts and their hospitality.
Izamal Magical Town. This is a beautiful, colonial town where the traditional buildings are all painted in yellow and white. It is called the city of 3 cultures because it has Mayan vestiges, a very particular colonial style and also has all the facilities of the modern era. You can enjoy some of its delicious, local cuisine and admire the creation of its many fine handicrafts.
Valladolid Magical Town. It is a town of historic charm which mixes civil and religious architecture of great beauty such as the 16th century Convent of San Bernardino de Siena and the baroque style Cathedral of San Gervasio. The most beautiful, colourful and elegant street called Calzada de los Frailes has picturesque shops and local artisan specialities. It is also renowned for its wonderful, typical, Yucatecan food.
Cenotes. These are the hidden gems of the Yucatan Peninsula. They are magical, natural fresh water pools found in secret, underground caverns which allow a perfect place for a refreshing swim. The word comes from the Maya dzonot meaning ”well with fresh water” and were considered by the Maya as sacred places.
Bookings and Questions
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