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Archaeological Sites

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Tulúm 

To get to Tulum from our hotel you can either catch a colectivo (shuttle bus) on the highway (3 blocks away) and get them to drop you off at las RUINAS (remember they are 2 kms before Tulum downtown)
If you decide to rent a car you can combine Tulum with one of our amazing beaches or cenotes
Entrance fee:57 pesos

Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 8am-5pm.

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Muyil 

Have time, set in the jungle you get to walk through the ruins down to a big lagoon where you can charter a tour with the local guides to visit and float ( in the water) down the Mayan commerce channels.
To get to Muyil from our hotel you can catch a colectivo (shuttle bus) or bus to Tulum town, then another direction Carillo Puerto. But I would recommend renting a car for this trip! Or book a tour with us!

Entrance fee: 35 pesos

Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 8am-5pm.

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Chichen Itza

The Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza are the most known in Yucatan, you can visit this impressive site with the ADO bus from Playa Del Carmen. Rent a rental car and drive, which takes about 3 hours or go with a tour.
Consider buying a package tour from us for 48 usd

Tourist entrance fee: 234 pesos

Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 8am-5pm

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Cobá

Cobá is located 40 kms west of Tulum, to see the whole of Cobá it will take you 3 hours due to the distance between pyramids, but there is an option to rent a bicycle at the entrance, and this will cut visiting that time in Half.
The main pyramid, Nohoch mul, is still climbable by the public, the view from the top of the highest pyramids on the Yucatan is impressive. To visit these ruins we recommend arriving early at it gets very hot!
You can visit Cobá with 3 tours we offer: Tulum/Cobá (48 usd) - Tulum/Cobá/Cenote (55usd) - Cobá/Punta Laguna (75 usd )

Entrance fee: 57 pesos

Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 8am-pm.

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Xel-ha

The Xel-ha (entrance to water) ruins are a small unknown complex located opposite the park of the same name, try are not especially interesting but there are some very nice frescos located in the bird temple and If you walk along the sacbe you will find a big cenote and a small ruin past that where you can see red hand prints of a Mayan priest.

Entrance fee: 42 pesos

Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 8am-5pm

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San Miguelito 

The ruins of San Miguelito were opened to the public this year (2012) and are located at km 16 of the Cancún hotel zone, it was the most important city in the area and had an extension of 3 km ( it included "el Rey" site) It thrived n commerce due to its prime location on the sea trade route.
Timetable: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 19:00, with exception of Thursday (7:00 to 22:00). Price: 57 pesos, for both places.

Free entrance for people older than 60 or younger than 13. Sundays free entrance for Mexicans and residents with official identification.

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Ek Balam

Ek Balam( Black jaguar) is located 40 kms to the north of Valladolid, it was a very important city in its time ( eve to the point of competing with interesting site. Check our 2 options: Chichen / Ek Balam (95 usd) or Ek Balam / Rio Lagartos (95 usd)
The visit can be combined with a visit to Rio Lagartos and/or a visit to Valladolid.

Entrance: 35 pesos

Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 8am-5pm.
(Important: The government of Yucatan is now charging an extra payment of 69 pesos~locals and 95 pesos ~tourists)

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Uxmal

Uxmal is the most representative site of the Puuc civilization and it's architecture, It´s buildings are decorated with vegetation makes it one of my favourites on the peninsula.
This site is located on the "ruta Puuc" so it is easy to combine with any of the other "puuc" sites: Kabah, Sayil, Xlapak o Labná.

Entrance: 57 pesos

Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 8am-5pm.

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