Ruinas de Uaxactun
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Viaventure Tour of Uaxactun and Tikal with Carlos Vivar
2017年5月
3 日ほどは十分素晴らしい点 viaventure 私たちと過ごすことができましたカルロスヴィヴァールペテン、グアテマラ uaxactun 、ティカルのマヤ遺跡の村を訪れるガイド言い尽くせません。 カルロス、ドライバー、エドウィンワッツしてくれました。ブローレス空港で、モダンで快適な設備が整っていバンで迎えてくれ、、ジャングルの中で夜は車でドライブしました私たちがキャンプをした ( 相対贅沢さの中で ) は、コミュニティーに 2 泊して、 uaxactun のマヤ遺跡に uaxactun 。 私たちは家族連れの 1 つでは、村の中に用意された美味しい地元の食事が楽しめる機会は含まれていて、地元の xate 設備、 uaxactun 遺跡の一部の部屋から回収品の種類置いて、地元の博物館を見学します。 とてもマヤ早朝寺院を訪れ、ホテルのクチコミへのチャンスはほとんど気に Mayan 芸術、文化の一例は彼、天文台、れき、カレンダーと、建築となっている。 私たちの数多くの遺跡 uaxactun 、ティカルに入り込め、鳥のあらゆる見かけましたが、 ( タランチュラを含む ) サル、ワイルドライフ。 私たちは 1 夕方からのサンセットには、 90 インチ火 Watchtower) は、 10,000 平方マイルは、ティカルのタワーズは徒歩圏内にを見ることができました。国立保護区を見渡すに登った。 最後の日私たちは Park 自分たちへの見学にありました。ティカルのプライベートツアー、マヤ文化と、人口の成果については、タワー、より詳しい情報の建設の歴史の物語含まれています。 私たちは美しいランチ湖ペテンイツァに最後にホテルまで届けてくれたこととなった。 私たち家族は本当に楽しい時を過ごすカルロス、彼の知識が豊富なを満喫しました、彼は親切な態度、彼の悪い冗談、そして何より重要なグアテマラ xuacatun 、人がコミュニティへの情熱。 両方のペテンはまた、 viaventure 、素晴らしいアンバサダーです。

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Augustine L
7件の投稿
2022年5月 • 一人
uaxactun!!!! Absolutely brilliant went for onr day stayed for six. Really chilled out town and the ruins are amazing especially the temple of masks. Thanks tonerbin, Mirna and Tina (comida super xhingona) and Sergio, Carol and haymen (hospedaje ching on) for making it such a relaxed trip. You can wander the ruins and jungles freely.

me paso super bien en uaxactun trip arrrvisor gracias a Erbin (guia y alcalde) , Mirna and Tina por la comida tan xhingona y a Sergio, Carol and Haymen for el hospedal y a toda la gente del tortillaria donde inventabamos a "Agustinillo" (empanada de queso. amRecomendo que todos visita a este pueblito tan chingona
投稿日:2022年5月18日
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Santiaga S
パリ, フランス5件の投稿
2022年3月 • カップル・夫婦
Visita que completa la de las ruinas de Tikal. Con una guia de la comunidad que tiene el sitio a cargo. Interesantísimo de un punto de vista histórico, arqueológico y natural.
Les pueden contactar en su página web para organizar la visita o bien preguntar en Tikal.
投稿日:2022年3月4日
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LaFlor74
ドイツ37件の投稿
2020年12月
Leider oder vielleicht zum Glück Ruinen, die nicht sehr besucht sind. Am Besten mit privaten Taxi oder eigenen PKW zu erreichen. Touranbieter verlangen sehr viel Geld für die Fahrt dorthin. Die Ruinen sind sehr interessant und liegen neben bzw. eine kleine Gmeinde liegt zwischen den Ruinen. Es gibt auch die Möglichkeit, dort zu übernachten und zu essen. Die Ruinen unterscheiden sich sehr von Tikal. Sie sind nicht sehr groß. Man kann beide Teile in 2 Stunden besichtigen. Guides kann man vor Ort finden.
投稿日:2020年12月29日
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Наталья С
ホメリ, ベラルーシ2,343件の投稿
2019年11月
Небольшой, но интересный город майя, расположенный на территории археологической зоны Тикаль, но в 23 км от руин собственно Тикаля. И никакого транспорта, кроме рабочих, которые ездят в поселок, расположенный у руин. В общем, если не повезло, то добираться только пешком туда и обратно. Стоит того или нет, каждый решает сам. Объективно посмотреть, там только одна пирамида, ради которой стоит затевать вояж, это пирамида - храм Масок, маски отрестварированы и смотрятся великолепно. Другие пирамиды много скромнее. Отсутствие других туристов можно считать дополнительным плюсом. Можно посетить и с гидом, но местный официальный заломил за свои услуги 300$ и был отправлен по известному адресу.
投稿日:2020年4月18日
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Carlos Enrique C
4件の投稿
2020年2月
Hay muchos lugares que jamàs nos damos la tarea de conocer y sin saber lo importante e interesante que son, pues eso es Uaxactùn, un lugar inmerso en la selva petenera a 23 kilometros de Tikal, con mucha paz, gente hermosa y , una historia impresionante RECOMENDADO
投稿日:2020年2月25日
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Brooklet425
スタントン, バージニア州268件の投稿
2019年1月
We weren't really sure what to expect from Uaxactun, but this truly ended up being one of the highlights of our trip to Central America. We were staying at a hotel in Tikal National Park (The Jungle Lodge Hotel) and they arranged for their driver to take us up to Uaxactun (which is technically in the park boundaries.) The hotel charged us $80 USD for this, which we initially thought was a little expensive, but after seeing the road conditions that the driver had to drive on, and the amount of time that he spent with just the two of us, it really was worth the price. The hotel had also sent the driver to the park entrance, with copies of our passports, to buy us tickets to go to Uaxactun. We paid for the tickets, but there was no extra charge for the driver getting the tickets for us and we thought that was really nice. The drive from Tikal to Uaxactun is about a 20 mile (45ish minutes) ride on a poorly maintained dirt road, and then all of a sudden you are in a small village in the middle of the Guatemalan jungle, with Mayan ruins on opposite sides of the village. The two sides of town are separated by a large strip of land that we found out is an old landing strip. At one point Wrigley's Chewing Gum had used the trees in this area to make their gum, and the landing strip was from when they were set up there. We thought that was an interesting piece of history. As for the rest of the town, we absolutely loved the fact that there was no one else at the ruins when we were there. On one hand, I think it would be great if more people chose to visit this site. But on the other hand, having the place to ourselves was wonderful.

We toured the first set of ruins mostly by ourselves. Our driver from the hotel wasn't a tour guide, but he walked around with us and gave us a few pieces of information that he knew. Uaxactun is significant because it has the ruins of ancient Mayan astrological pyramids. From what we understand, archeologists basically ignored this site initially because they didn't think it was as significant as some other sites. Once the astrological pyramids were discovered, they started paying more attention to it. The astrological observatory is said to be the earliest known astrological observatory in the Mayan world.

When we were done with the first set of ruins, our driver took us to the other side of town to see more ruins. At this point, a young boy from the village appeared and started following us around at a distance. Eventually he came up to us and asked us if we wanted to buy a small carved jaguar that he had with him. He ended up walking around with us and showing us some places that we wouldn't have noticed on our own. Things like a natural air conditioner (hole in the ground that has cool air flowing through it), and a view from the top of one of the pyramids that overlooked the whole town. He didn't ask for any money for showing us around, but we ended up giving him $100 GTQ (about $14 USD) for the tour and for the souvenir jaguar. So if you're visiting these ruins and a young boy named Jeffrey appears and offers you a tour - take his tour! He wasn't pushy at all and was very respectful. He didn't speak English, but we were really impressed by his ability to communicate with us by speaking slowly and using hand gestures. He had the whole customer service thing down pat! He was really proud to be from Uaxactun and he knew a lot about the ruins themselves.

All this to say that if you have the time, then definitely visit these ruins. Take the time to walk around, and walk on any of the pyramids that allow you to. There are so many hidden nooks and crannies in the structures that you can't see from the ground, and the view of the town from the top of the largest structure was really nice. Our impromptu tour guide Jeffrey called the view "La cima del mundo" - the top of the world :-).

One tip that I wish we had known prior to visiting: Make sure that you have some cash on you in varying amounts. The village of Uaxactun is VERY small and the ruins aren't visited by many people. When you arrive, the local people WILL notice that you're there. At the first set of ruins, a local lady saw us arrive and set herself up with small souvenirs that we had to pass on our way out. We were the only ones there so we found it extremely hard to say "no" to what she was selling. Its much easier to walk past someone when there are lots of other people around, but not so easy when you are the only ones there. We knew that she was there because she had seen us arrive and we would have felt like jerks if we just walked past her and ignored her. We only had larger bills with us so we ended up buying two pairs of earrings that I didn't really want or need and some of the local chewing gum made from the trees in the area (that was actually kind of neat). When we met up with Jeffrey on the other side of town, he only asked for what amounted to about $4 USD for the jaguar trinket, but again, we only had larger bills with us and we ended up giving him about $14 USD. In total, we spent about $20 that we didn't intend on spending. It wasn't much, and certainly wasn't the end of the world, but it would have been nice to have been prepared with smaller amounts of money since a US Dollar goes really far in this area of Guatemala. The locals that we met here were extremely friendly and respectful and we didn't feel pressured to buy anything from them, but again, we would have felt really bad if we just ignored them. So make sure you have some cash on you in small amounts when you go here.

I wish that we had had more time to spend in the village. It's a place that I would like to go back to one day in order to explore more of the town. We noticed at least one restaurant as we drove around and I think there is also a campground or small hotel in the town too (unsure if its a campground or a hotel or something in between).
投稿日:2019年12月20日
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volkerd1111
バンメンタル, ドイツ54件の投稿
2019年8月
Areas A and B were definitely worth to visit.
In August we were allone. No other tourists.
You need to buy the ticket at the entrance of the park (where you buy the ticket for Tikal). Additionally you need a permit for your car, which you get at the administration close to the entrance to the Tikal ruins.
投稿日:2019年8月29日
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Margarete
2件の投稿
2019年5月 • 友達
A friend of mine and I stayed at a small town in the state of Petén (Guatemala). One weekend we took the bus to visit Uaxactun. This place up north is known for its ruins, chicle (gum) and the production of xate palm leaves. Not only are the people super nice but the prices very low! One night Q50 per person in a really nice hotel run by Antonio Pinelo.
He's such a great guy! Showed us around, introduced us to the xate leave factory, some friends who keep stingless bees, the best place to see the sunrise and of course the Mayan ruins! Additionally he showed us the great collection of Mayan ceramics he is currently taking care of, cause they renovate the museum!
And the best thing was, he did all of it for free! Just because he loves sharing and wants maintain this place as magic, natural and wonderful as it is!

To be honest this experience was even better that visiting the great ruins of Tikal!

Number, email address and location of the hotel :
+502 7861 0444
campamentoelchiclero@gmail.com
Cross the landing strip on the left side, pass the side road and walk up the "hill". Few meters later you'll find the entrance to the left (white gate).
投稿日:2019年7月22日
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AlvaradoV
47件の投稿
2019年6月 • ファミリー
Very curious place in which habitant live in the middle of the restored and unrestored pyramids and other Mayan Ruins. The 23 km unpaved road to Uaxactun was in very good condition. A tour guide came with us. Small site but interesting masks and astronomical pyramid.
投稿日:2019年7月4日
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Rufli K
ロンドン, イギリス492件の投稿
2019年5月 • カップル・夫婦
This site should be visited on the first day to Flores. It is a long drive from Flores, past Tikal. Unlike in Tikal there are people living around the area of Uaxactun as it was a commercial destination to get natural gum for chewing gum. The sites are wonderful and interesting to see, definitely worth to plan one day for this experience considering how far from everything this is. Sights are not as spectacular as in Tikal, but still stunning to see.
投稿日:2019年5月8日
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