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Near the ancient town of Merida, you’ll find the massive but beautifully ruinous structure known as Dzibilchaltun. Though somewhat of a tongue twister for traditional English speakers, the name means “place where there is writing on the stones,” but unfortunately, due to erosion, you’ll no longer find much writing on the stones here. Instead, the intrepid explorer is rewarded with over 8,400 architectural structures to discover, many of which have astronomical (as well as religious) significance. Explore the stunning interior of the Temple of the Seven Dolls, listen to stories of absolute power at the Open Chapel and learn about the rich ancient Mayan civilization that was inhabited all the way through to 1500 A.D. when the Spaniards arrived.

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Dzibichaltun Mayan Ruins & Beach Break Excursion

Dzibichaltun Mayan Ruins & Beach Break Excursion

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When visiting the Yucatan, explore one of Mexico’s exquisite Mayan archaeological sites on a half-day tour to Dzibilchaltún from Progreso or Merida. Your guide provides air-conditioned transportation from your hotel or cruise ship, and shows you around the Dzibilchaltún ruins while sharing commentary about Mayan culture. Return to Progreso and have time at the private beach in Silcer Beach Club, which includes access to all club facilities.
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  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$85.00
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Progreso Shore Excursion: Merida City Tour & Dzibilchaltun

Progreso Shore Excursion: Merida City Tour & Dzibilchaltun

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Discover both the Yucatan capital of Merida and Dzibilchaltun—an ancient Mayan archeological site—on a shore excursion from your Progreso port of call. Begin with a sightseeing tour of Merida, the peninsula's cultural center. View the elegant 19th century mansions along its Paseo de Montejo and pay a visit to the Gran Museo del Mundo Maya—an artifact-filled museum dedicated to Mayan civilization. Next explore the Dzibilchaltun ruins and its intriguing Temple of the Dolls. You can even go for a swim onsite before returning to port.
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  • 6 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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Dzibilchaltun Ruins Tour and Progreso Beach Break from Merida

Dzibilchaltun Ruins Tour and Progreso Beach Break from Merida

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Immerse yourself in Mayan culture on a full day exploring Merida's history and natural beauty. First, visit the ruins at Dzibilchaltun where you will see the Temple of the Seven Dolls. Visit a museum to learn more about the site's historical significance, and peek inside a typical Mayan home. Finally visit the Port of Progreso to enjoy some beach time in the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico before heading back to your hotel.
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  • 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$81.00
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Shore Excursion: Small Group Dzibilchaltun Mayan Ruins with Famous SInkhole Tour

Shore Excursion: Small Group Dzibilchaltun Mayan Ruins with Famous SInkhole Tour

This tour is the best way to spend half a day when porting in Progreso for the day, see the history in a small group whilst still at an amazing price. Photos and memories will last a long time if you swim in the famous sinkhole.
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  • 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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5 Days of Culture and Biodiversity in Yucatán in a 3 Star Hotel
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5 Days of Culture and Biodiversity in Yucatán in a 3 Star Hotel

The haciendas of Mexico were part of an economic system that began with the Spanish in the sixteenth century, similar to the feudal system of Europe. They were efficient farms and manufacturing centers that produced meat and other products for export. Over time, the haciendas became symbols of economic health and culture, adorned with architecture, furniture and art from all over the world. Like the southern plantations of the United States, the haciendas reinforced the caste system, based on race, with the hacendados as masters and the Maya or indigenous as laborers. Most of the Yucatecan haciendas in the 19th century produced henequen rope, a plant variety of the agave cactus, which was exported by the growing transport industry.
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  • 5 days
  • Free Cancellation
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Dzibilchaltun and Progreso, Nature And Archaeological

Dzibilchaltun and Progreso, Nature And Archaeological

Enjoy three mini-adventures on one convenient tour. First, travel to the archeological site of Dzibilchaltun to learn how the Mayans used the site and area in everyday life. Then visit Corchito, a nature reserve with cenotes, trails, and rest areas. Finally, head for Progreso Beach to enjoy a delicious seafood lunch (not included).
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Should I book Dzibilchaltun tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Dzibilchaltun can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 6 Dzibilchaltun tickets and tours on Viator.
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How much does it cost to visit Dzibilchaltun 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Dzibilchaltun costs USD 59.00. Guided Dzibilchaltun tours start around USD 59.00 per person. See all 6 Dzibilchaltun tickets and tours on Viator.
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