We rented a car and are touring around the cenotes and sites. This one is perfect for tourist, everything is well taken care of. You have to buy 2 tickets, still cant figure out why they have such a weird system. Its not the cheapest site we visited but worth it.
Overlooked by the nearby Uxmal, Kabah is definitely worth the visit. Some of the buildings here are just piles of rubble but a couple still standing proudly and are easy to view.
Kabah is not one of the more well know ruins, nor is it one of the more popular, which is part of what makes it so great, we were actually alone there for a little while. It must have been a magnificent city and it still spans a substantial area and the highway runs through the middle. Well worth the... 更多
Went on the Ruta Puuc out of Merida. Was able to visit Kabah, Sayil and Uxmel, in that order. All three are well worth the time. We had a rental car so took at our time at all three sites. At our first stop Kabah, we hired Marcos as a guide. Most informative and great command off the English language... 更多
After a bit of a slow start getting picked up this was a great tour. We were a real mixed bag of Canadians, French, Dutch and Mexicans and our tour guide arranged for us to have tours in Spanish and English and he also spoke \French. Ivan the guide was a gem. He drove us, arranged extra guides, helped one... 更多
My wife and I took the day tour to Uxmal and Kabab with Maya Heritage arranged through our hotel (Koox). We traveled in a small van with two other people. Raul, who incidentally was Mayan, was our guide and what a fountain of information he was. At Kabah, we had the sight almost to ourselves for 45 minutes. We then... 更多
Literally hands on as you can climb some of the ruins! No problems with being approached by sales people as I heard happens in chichen itza and no crowds. A very full eight hour tour and worth every minute!
We'de been to Chichen Itza on the previous day. This was by far the best tour of Mayan ruins in Mexico. We were able to climb the temples - the views across the ancient city were breathtaking. One could see across the jungle and observe other yet to be explored areas of the city. Other reviewers have written more than... 更多
My friend really likes to experience these types of ruins, but this was my first experience. It was very hot in July, but I still highly recommend visiting these ruins. Also, we hired an English speaking guide, which if your Spanish isn't up to par, you should consider this. We hired a driver to take us from Merida to this... 更多
Better than Chichen Itza, Tulum....simply breathtaking. This blew us away when we walked onto the main site. An entire Mayan city in tact. Cannot be put into words.