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Uxmal and Kabah Tour from Merida
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Once a thriving Mayan city, now an impressive ruin.
  • Excellent55%
  • Very good39%
  • Average6%
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“rain god” (8 reviews)
“smaller site” (3 reviews)
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
ZA Kabah, Mexico
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Reviewed 2 November 2017 via mobile

I cannot understand why there were so few tourists at this site. Surrounded by forests, this site is divided into two by the road, the one half is well excavated, with the best carvings I have seen at any of the sites in Yucatan so...More

Thank Nikki_R_BHam
Reviewed 27 October 2017 via mobile

We visited Kabah as an add-on after Uxmal, and were not disappointed. Every Mayan ruin one visits, seems to have some differences from the others. The many glyphs on stones here as well as the 'atlantes' or 3D stone figures were points of interest for...More

Thank Tenorman41
Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

This is well worth the trip. It is close to Uxmal but smaller. Several buildings that you can climb up and see up close. They are working hard to restore it. Make sure you see the buildings on both sides of the road.

Thank MexpatSpartan
Reviewed 31 July 2017 via mobile

Not far from Santa Elena and easily signposted, I arrived here on the back of a motorbike driven by local guy, Orlando (he lives in the 'traditional' houses in Santa Elena and is SUCH a nice man). The site is easy to get around in...More

Thank kammo1958
Reviewed 25 June 2017

We stopped here after Uxmal and were glad we did. The stone mosaics were very nice and more detailed. You can climb almost everything here. The site is comprised of three sections, but only the east section (the side where you park) is open to...More

Thank GarbenK
Reviewed 3 June 2017 via mobile

Wonderful place. You can walk through the ruins and see iguanas walking around. The man in the entrance was very rude to me when I showed up my student ID and actually got mad and freaked out when he saw I was a foreign student....More

Thank Ximena C
Reviewed 13 April 2017

This is definitely worth visiting when you go to Uxmal. It isn't far but it is very different than any of the other sites. For one thing there are almost no people. The site is small and intimate and you can climb any or all...More

Thank Constance G
Reviewed 31 March 2017

I loved this site, and like Uxmal, you feel you have room to breathe here. Admission is M$50 for Kabah. Again you feel you can get up close and personal to the Mayans that lived here. Kabah is a smaller site to get round, and...More

Thank Maggie_NHam
Reviewed 27 February 2017

Just a short drive from Uxmal, the ruins at Kahah are certainly smaller, but they have been wonderfully restored and are fascinating. It's a place where you're free to explore the site on your own, since there isn't much for guided tours. There are also...More

Thank Ben M
Reviewed 22 February 2017 via mobile

Kabah is a nice place. Better than Uxmal but smaller. No guides so you are on your own. Everything is closer so there is less walking.

Thank Mike R
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Jimmy H
30 August 2015|
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