Puuc-style Maya architecture and colonial structures and frescoes converge as vestiges that complement each other on this “day out of time”. Sites worthy of research, these monuments tell stories of old ages, revealing critical elements in the evolution/development of Maya culture.
Explore Uxmal guided by an expert and go inside its main buildings: the Piramide del Adivino (Soothsayer’s Pyramid), the Palacio del Gobernador (Governor’s Palace), the Cuadrángulo de las Monjas (Nun’s Square) and the Casa de las Tortugas (Tortoise House).
Continue your trip around the national citric production zone that accommodates the Xocnaceh Hacienda, with one of the oldest pyramids in this region and the ruins of the 17th Century cattle raising and sugar hacienda.
From the top of the pyramid, be a witness of the excavation works by the archeologists that are currently doing research at this site.
Take a bath in the old irrigation tank, now a modern swimming pool.
In the open air and amidst the vestiges of the hacienda church —surrounded by frescoes and paintings— we will serve a meal prepared with local products and authentic regional dishes.