Uxmal Light And Sound Show 9 hours

  • Shared tour
  • Book now pay later*

Visit the impressive archeological Mayan ceremonial center of Uxmal and you will see the Ball Court, Quadrangle of the Nuns, Palace of the Governor from our specialized guide about the impressive Mayan Culture. Enjoy the Light and Shound show amid ruins of the Mayan Civilisation.

Start this interesting excursion in the center of Merida at 13:00.

You'll head to Uxmal archaeological site, where you'll have a 1.5-hour guided tour of Uxmal along with a specialized guide.

You will see buildings like the Uxmal pyramids and other buildings. The Archaeological Zone is made up of 15 groups of buildings where El Chaac, the Mayan god, is represented in multiple places in the Governor's Palace, a large quadrangle in the Plaza de las Monjas, the Temple of the Diviner, among others.

After dinner, you will see the sound and light show. After this unique experience, we will then return to Merida.

What's included

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  • Entrance to Uxmal archeological site
  • Transportation: pick up and drop off
  • Dinner
  • English-speaking guide
  • Travel insurance


  • Drinks
  • Tips


Available in

English, Spanish

Available for

Children, Adults

Departure & Return

Start city: Merida , Yucatán, Mexico

Pick up times available: 13:00

Pick up location: Your hotel in Merida historic centre

Ends at: Same as pick up location

Nearest airport: Licenciado Manuel Crescencio Rejon Int Airport (MID)

Eco Features:

  • Education & exploration
    Education & exploration
    The product is educational rather than entertainment focused - it respects and gives insight into local traditions and/or environment
  • Licensed tour guide

Cancellation policy

100% cancellation fee - between 0-2 days before the travel date
50% cancellation fee - between 3-6 days before the travel date
0% cancellation fee - 7 days or more before the travel date

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from $93 per person