Mexico Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Mexico

Mexico Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Mexico

Mexico Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Mexico

Mexico Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Mexico

SEE PACKAGES INCLUDING :: CANCUN :: CHICHEN ITZA :: UXMAL

Packages with Cancun

Cancun

Cancun is a popular and well-known resort destination combining the beauty of the Caribbean Sea's turquoise-blue water with white-sand beaches. Visitors can enjoy many fun and relaxing activities, including snorkeling, swimming, scuba diving, parachuting, shopping for souvenirs, sitting by the hotel's pool, or relaxing on the beach. The ancient ruins of Tulum are nearby, as well as the magnificent Xcaret and Xel-Ha ecological parks. There are numerous nightlife opportunities and restaurants offering the best in national and international cuisine.

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Packages with Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza

The ancient Mayan capital of Chichen Itza is a pre-Columbian archaeological site that includes the famous Kukulcan Pyramid, also known as "El Castillo" (the castle); the Ball Court, the largest ball court in Mesoamerica; and Observatorio (Observatory), which demonstrates the scientific and astronomical sophistication of the Mayans. The sacred Cenote is a large sinkhole measuring 198 feet (60 meters) in diameter, and treasures discovered here include rings, necklaces, gold and jade objects, pottery, and bones of humans sacrificed to the Mayan rain god Chaac. When not at the archaeological site, visitors can shop for handicrafts and other local items.

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Packages with Uxmal

Uxmal

Uxmal is one of the best-restored and maintained ruins in the Yucatan. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the ruins reveal the social and economic makeup of the Mayan society and are an example of the late Mayan art and architecture. Uxmal flourished from 600-900 AD, and at its peak, it was home to roughly 25,000 Mayans. It was eventually abandoned by its inhabitants and later discovered during the conquest by the Spanish, who gave the structures their current names. Some of the ruins include the oval-shaped Magician's Pyramid, the Nun's Quadrangle with its magnificent friezes depicting the Mayan rain god, the magnificent Palace of the Governor, and the impressive Great Pyramid.

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*The "STARTING AT" price is based on the lowest price available to book. Price is per passenger based on double occupancy and does not include airfare. Pricing may vary on this date due to hotel availability. Some packages require intra-vacation flights (and in some cases intra-vacation segments must be purchased from Monograms).

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