Day of the dead in Merida

Mérida, Yuc., México

10 reviews
Nov 1 - 3, 2023
Group size: 1 - 55
Day of the dead in Merida
Mérida, Yuc., México

10 reviews

Nov 1 - 3, 2023
Group size: 1 - 55

About this trip

Enjoy the best of the day of the dead in Merida

What’s included

    Evening parade 28th, cemetery and hat maker visit, private cenote swimm and traditional home made food

What’s not included

  • food
    lunch and dinner day 1 and 2

Available Packages

Trip Price
5,900 MXN
Deposit: 4,900 MXN

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I don't normally like to leave reviews, but we had an incredible experience and I just wanted to write a few words to encourage those who might be thinking about doing this trip. The trip felt very safe and secure. Our guide and driver were warm and friendly. I thought that the stop at a family's house for a meal and to swim in their cenote was going to be a cheesy touristy experience, but our time there was wonderful and very memorable, including a great family style cooked meal of local cuisine. Chichen Itza and the stop at Izamal were must see experiences in the Yucatan. The shuttle picked us up at our hotel at 5:55 am promptly. There was a lot of driving involved, as expected, and it is a long day, but a great way to see things. Our guides didn't seem to mind that we brought a speaker along and played DJ along the way to entertain our group of 11. Great trip!
By Ryan M for Chichen Itza private cenote/food experience & Izamal on Feb 24, 2024
Our group of 6 really enjoyed our tour with Hernan. Hernan is an experienced and knowledgeable guide who made everyone feel comfortable as we learned about the beautiful places he took us to. In addition to the amazing Mayan ruins and a visit to the yellow city we enjoyed a delicious home cooked meal and a visit to a private cenote Our group highly recommends this tour to all.
By Linda S for CHICHEN ITZA TICKETS & GUIDED TOURS on Feb 17, 2024
Super glad we booked with Ernand who helped us understand a little bit about Uxmal and more broadly about Mayan culture! Excellent tour, cenote and lunch!
By AT W for Uxmal & Cenote on Feb 14, 2024
Me and my friends travelled with Hernan from Merida to PDC. It was comfortable and easy. Hernan was helpful so if I travel to Yucatan, I would like to this service again.
By JAECHUL L for Transfer to Playa del Carmen from Merida on Feb 11, 2024
Great trip to Chichen Itza, we departed Merida at 6:00am and were ahead of the crowds. Delio was the perfect guide, good english and passionate about his job. He explained in detail about the culture of the Mayan people and their understanding of astronomy and how the building structures aligned with the sun on the Solstice and Equinox. As we were leaving the site at 10:30am the big busses were arriving from Cancun with crowds gathering everywhere. The Cenote was in the back yard of a family dwelling and was completely covered except for a stairway to gain access. Below is lit and a myriad of Stalagtites hang from above. The water is crystal clear and a nice temperature for a swim. After the swim we were treated to a delicious lunch of Mayan food and also made our own tortillas and cooked them on a wood fire. Desert was fresh local fruit including varieties that I had never seen before. The final stop was in Izamal which also has Mayan ruins and a pyramid which you are allowed to climb. This town is famous for its yellow painted church and town square, and is home to an annual festival. I would reccomend this tour to everyone. It is a small local company so book your spot as soon as you can.
By Frederick V for Chichen Itza private cenote/food experience & Izamal on Jan 22, 2024
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