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Mexico – Walk around the lands of Maya, Toltecs, Olmecs & Aztecs

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13 Days/ 12 Nights
Cancun, Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
Min Age : 18+
Tour Details

Mexico since 10,000 years ago has became the Cradle of civilization. Its history is the blend of the native Mesoamerican culture with Spanish and other immigrant cultures adding to it. Mexico has thirty four UNESCO World Heritage Sites making it rich in history and culture.Mexico has its foundation not only in historic architecture but also in world famous traditions and festivals. 

Departure & Return Location

Pick up from Mexico City International Airport, Mexico

Drop at Cancun International Airport, Mexico 

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Accommodation with breakfast
  • All transportations in the destination location
  • Airport transfers
  • Meals as per the itinerary
  • Sightseeing and excursions as per the itinerary

Price Excludes

  • Airfares
  • Any expenses of personal nature/ room service fee/ tips
  • Visa
  • GST if applicable
  • Cost of excursions, entrance fees, and guides availed by passengers other than those mentioned under tour inclusions

Things To Carry

  • Comfortable clothing and shoes suitable for the destination
  • Sunscreen/ sunglasses/ umbrella
  • Hats/ caps/ comfortable shoes
  • Identity documents and other travel documents ( visa, if applicable)
  • Medication and first aid along with the prescription

For more details refer to Travel Planning Guide

What to Expect

Mexico is known for its Aztec and Mayan history. These civilizations have lived and thrived long before the Spanish arrival.So, one can get to see the footprints of these civilizations through out Mexico. Mexican folk art and handicrafts have also earned its name in the eyes of the tourists. 

And one of the main treasures of Mexico is its historic architecture, that still have their foundation strong on the Mexican soil. Mexico is a land to diverge in indigenous art,culture and cuisine.

  • The Zocala
  • Templo Mayor
  • Centro Cultural Santo Domingo
  • Mount Aban
  • Great Museum of Mayan World
  • Chicken Itza and Uxmal

Day 1 Arrive in Mexico City

Arriving at Mexico City proceed to check in at your accommodation.

Spend the day at your leisure or enjoying the local cuisine or going out for a wild shopping spree.

(Overnight at Mexico City)

Day 2Zacola and Templo Mayor and Teotihuacan

Post breakfast, we will take a tour of the “Zocalo”. It is situated in the heart of the city and is a world heritage site. It holds the” Metropolitan Cathedral” and the National Palace. it also holds the famous Templo Mayor (Great Temple)- ancient Aztec temple ruins of which were found around 50 years ago.

After lunch we will visit, the Archaeological city Teotihuacan – one of the first great cities of the Western Hemisphere with its origins as a mystery. It was built by hand more than a thousand years before the swooping arrival of the Nahuatl-speaking Aztec in central Mexico. Next is a visit to Museo Mural Diego Rivera – a museum with a goal to preserve and disseminate Diego Rivera’s artistic work, as well as organize temporary exhibits and conferences and events, talks, concerts, and other art activities.

(Overnight at Mexico City)

Day 3Mexico City - Mount Abone

Arrive in Oxaco State.

Spend the day at your leisure or enjoying the local cuisine or going out for a wild shopping spree.

(Overnight at Oxaco State)

Day 4Ruins of Mont Abone-Oxaco State

Post breakfast we will visit, we start towards Monte Alban, it was built by Zapotec people and is known for its art and architecture.it is consists of civic buildings, parks and a library from ancient times.

Afternoon we will leave for Campeche – a port city in the Gulf Of Mexico.

(Overnight at Campeche)

Day 5Campeche – Edzná – Uxmal

Post breakfast, we will start our day with a visit to “Puertas de Tierra” is a bastion-monument built around remnants of the old defensive wall at the entrance to the city of Cadiz. With an intention to make it more of a religious altarpiece than as a military fortification. It is one of the most significant monuments of the city and on its walls flies the purple flag of its canton.

Next on the list is the Puerta del Mar – gated community on the serene beaches of the state.

Then we will take a journey to Edzná – a Maya archaeological site The word Edzná comes from “House of the Itzás”, which has led Archaeologists to believe that this Mayan city was influenced by the family Itzá long before they founded Chichen Itzá

(Overnight at Uxmal)

Day 6Uxmal - Sotuta de Peón - Mérida

Post breakfast we will start our tour of Uxmal – an ancient Maya city of the classical period located in present-day Mexico and is considered one of the most important archaeological sites of Maya culture. It is home to the famous Governor’s Palace- a long low building atop a huge platform with the longest facades containing almost 400 Venus glyphs placed in the masks of the rain god Chac. It also has the House of Turtles, a smaller building so called from its frieze of sculptured turtles.

Another well-known monument is The Pyramid of the Magician which is a stepped pyramid structure, having its layer outlined as oval or elliptical in shape, instead of the more common rectilinear plan.

(Overnight at Merida)

Day 7Merida

Post breakfast, we will visit the Colonial mansion of La Casa de Montejo is an intriguing building, facing the zócalo in Mérida, is acknowledged to be the finest civil example of Spanish Plateresque architecture dating back to 1549 by an inscription. This palace was built by Francisco de Montejo the Younger (El Mozo) son of the Adelantado Montejo, conqueror of Yucatán.

Next is Paseo de Montejo which is one of the central avenues of Mérida with wide sidewalks full of trees makes the walk pleasant . At one end it has the statue of Montejo, the colonizer of Mérida and at the other end of the Monumento A La Patria.
After lunch visit the Palacio de Gobierno, a grandiose baroque-style building from 1937 that serves as the residence of Peru’s president. Out front stands a handsomely uniformed presidential guard (think French Foreign Legion, c 1900) that changes every day at noon – a ceremonious affair that involves slow-motion goose-stepping and the sublime sounds of a brass band playing ‘El Cóndor Pasa’ as a military march.

(Overnight at Merida )

Day 8Merida to Celestun Excursion

Post breakfast we take up the excursion to the Celestun. Celestun is a small beach town in the Yucatan province and a great place to relax on the beach, explore the Ria Celestun mangroves and potentially see thousands of flamingos all in the same day.

Celestun beach is nice and wide, so there is plenty of space to find your own little patch of sand. The beach isn’t the only reason to visit Celestun! In fact, the most popular thing to do in Celestun is to visit the excellent Ria Celestun biosphere reserve, where you can explore mangroves, look for crocodiles, and visit enormous concentrations of flamingos!

(Overnight at Merida)

Day 9Mérida – Izamal - Chichén Itzá

Today we take a whole day trip Izamal, “the yellow city”, is about 40 miles east of Merida.

It was a Mayan religious site until the Spaniards arrived. When they did, in the 1500s, they destroyed some of the Mayan religious temples and built a large Franciscan Monastery atop the ruins. This monastery, painted in a beautiful yellow, has stood ever since. In 1993, it became the site for Papal visit when Pope John Paul II visited. Not all the Mayan temples were destroyed. Till date, several pyramids exist intact in the downtown area of Izamal.

From there leave for Chichen Itza.

(Overnight at Chichen Itza)

Day 10Chichén Itzá Sightseeing

Today’s trip is the highlight of the tour. We will visit the famous UNESCO World Heritage site Chichen Itza.

Chichen Itza is the largest and most visited archeological site and Mayan ruins in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Chichen Itza is also a UNESCO World Heritage site and also one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Chichen Itza is a magnificent ruins site and is definitely a must-visit when traveling through the Yucatan. Visit the most famous landmark and a pyramid that you will see in almost every single photograph of Chichen Itza – The Kukulcan Temple or El Castillo. It was established over a preexisting sanctuary somewhere in the 800 and 900 AD. It is the highest pyramid in Chichen Itza.

Continue to The Ball Court at Chichen Itza which was once been the central point of social life in the Mayan city. The Ball Court used to be the place where the Mayans would play their adaptation of a ball game called Pitz.

Then is the Temple of Warriors – a spectacular structure comprised of a series of impressive columns, spacious patios, and halls. built by Toltec conquerors in 950 AD.

(Overnight at Chichen Itza)

Day 10Chichén Itzá - Valladolid - Ek Balam - Cancun

Post breakfast explore the ruins of Ek’ Balam, an ancient Mayan city translated as “Black Jaguar.”It was once a thriving and influential city, having been founded sometime in the middle of the Pre-Classic period, take a stroll down the path to the entrance, to a sacbe, an ancient road that probably connected Ek’ Balam to other Mayan kingdoms.

The city is also surrounded by the remnants of a city wall, which was used for protection and to show military strength. Visit thr “The Twins,” which feature mirroring temples on either side. Climb the top of the Oval Palace, which contains burial relics and was most likely used in special ceremonies.

From atop the temple, take in the view of the surrounding jungle, which stretched out in every direction. from there leave for Cancun.

(Overnight at Cancun)

Day 12Cancun

Today is a leisure day, you can relaxing under your personal palapa, having drinks and enjoying at your resort, or prefer to move around and see what other great beaches there are to be found!

The Mexican city of Cancun boasts gorgeous white-sand beaches, each one attracting its own type of traveler.

(Overnight at Cancun)

Day 13Departure

Post breakfast, proceed to the airport or railway station for the departure home.