300 pesos for camping in the grassy parking lot of Uxmal. Pretty pricey! We saw the ruins and then went next door to the lodge at Uxmal for a cold beer and a dip in their pool. They have wifi at the lodge but it is pretty crappy.
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Just to be clear, the Uxmal historical site is beautiful and when you arrive at 8 am there is nobody on the site.
Now the downside, entry is terrible expensive compared to other beautiful Maya sites. 531P / person site entry, 150P day parking and 300P to spent the night at their parking lot.
Better to park 100m before the entry at the right opposite the restaurant, ask politely and they will grant you free parking
We spent the night in the back of the parking lot. At the entrance, it is indicated that the rate is 300 pesos for the night. But, we arrived at 5:00 p.m. and there was no more guard at the gate. The next day, nobody asked us anything so the night was free for us. Entrance to the site is 530 pesos for adults, free for children under 13 years old. We definitely preferred this site over Chichen Itza. By visiting it at the opening, we were practically alone.Report Check-In
80+ 85+ 460 ……. Touristy af go better to the Oxkintokt - free overnight!Report Check-In
Other accounts accurate. There are a number of shady places to camp in the grass. The price is now 300 pesos per nightReport Check-In
Crazy expensive!! 80 Pesos for Parking (No camping, you have to pay 300 for camping according to the other comments) plus 495 Pesos per Person for the ruins. When wr learned the entry was so expensive we decided to not go and tried to get the money back from the unfriendly guard, but he didnt give in. Would not go here, you obly get ripped off!Report Check-In
Pulled in today to view the spot. Perfect for RV’s and Vans, didn’t really work for me in my RTT… Well, it could have if the price wasn’t $300p. No bathrooms or anything, literally just a parking lot. I decided to go to the hotel up the street (hotel GL) got a room for $300p.
Guard said that camping in a tent was prohibited due to Jaguars in the areaReport Check-In
One night stay. We tucked away in a corner under a huge shade tree. Paid 300 pesos, which is per vehicle (not number of people). We enjoyed walking around the area. Besides the ruins, there’s a nice looking outdoor restaurant at the lodge, “auto museum” (old Land Rovers used for touring), Planetarium, and chocolate museum. Everything is expensive—it’s a shock to leave the interior of Mexico and be in an area where prices are so much higher. But this is a convenient place to stay in you want to see any of the ruins in the area.Report Check-In
Half the ruins are not accessible and still paying 80p for parking and 461p entry... total rip off! dont waste your money here !Report Check-In
80 MXN for parking during the day + 461 MXN/ pers….!!! For sleeping in the parking it is 300 MXN more!!! We slept in the town Muna in a quiet street for free and it’s 12 min driving from here. No backpack or food inside the ruins. Restaurant at entrance but we didn’t try it.Report Check-In
A beautiful hotel with a well-kept pool. You can camp on the meadow. The pool, the well-tended showers and toilets can be used. Price 600 pesos. You can register at the hotel bar. 50m further is the parking lot of the pyramids. Spending the night in the parking lot costs 300 pesos.Report Check-In
Camping in a separate parking lot right next to entry in the complex. Access to Great Bathrooms. 300 pesos per van for camping, open space, quiet, good free internet, very safe.Report Check-In
It is nie 300 peso per night on field grassy field outside the parking lot. It is too expensive but there is no other option, asked at all hotels and the chocolate museum but everyone said we should park at the ruins. Also the entrance with 413 peso per person way too expensive compared to ruins in Chiapas, Quintana Roo and Campeche. But we are here and took a look.Report Check-In
413pesos entrance fee to Uxmal.
wow. the most expensive so far!
+ 80 for parking the car during the day
Still 131 MXN/night, very friendly. We asked the man at the parking lot entrance, if we can get water for our RV. He showed us the hose and we could fill up. Wifi from different sources.
A very short walk to the ruins.
They don't accept motorbikes. Camping is not allowed - just inside cars. Took me like 2 hours to find an alternative spot. Really annoying since I saw at least 4 big Campervans that had their "sideroof" open. Just don't see the point why my little tent should be a problem... :-(Report Check-In
When business takes precedence over history ...
234 pesos per person (70 pesos at the first counter and 164 pesos at the second counter next).
131 pesos the night of camping, 0 service apart from the free wifi, vast grass field partly in the shade.
By far the most expensive pyramids we have visited so far. Welcome to Yucatan!
The site can be visited in less than an hour. There is nothing authentic, everything is redone, cemented, concreted, it completely distorts the place. Of all the cities we visited in Mexico, it is the only place massacred by a hazardous restoration. The Mayans would turn in their graves to see that!
The bar / restaurant is overpriced considering the mediocre products.
We do not recommend this visit at all, there is so much more beautiful and less expensive elsewhere in Mexico ...
We are very disappointed for the first time since 10 months of travel. At the limit, spend the night there to take a break;)
Quand le business prend le pas sur l’histoire...
234 pesos l’entrée par personne (70 pesos à un premier guichet puis 164 pesos au second guichet a coté).
131 pesos la nuit de camping, 0 service à part le wifi gratuit, vaste terrain d’herbe en partie à l’ombre.
De loin les pyramides les plus chères que nous ayons visité jusqu’à lors. Bienvenue au Yucatan !
Le site se visite en moins d’une heure. Il n’y a rien d’authentique, tout est refait, cimenté, bétonné, ça dénature complètement l’endroit. De toutes les cités que nous avons visité au Mexique, c’est le seul endroit massacré par une restauration hasardeuse. Les Mayas se retourneraient dans leurs tombeaux de voir ça !
Le bar/restaurant est hors de prix au vu de la médiocrité des produits.
Nous ne conseillons pas du tout cette visite, il y a tellement plus beau et moins onéreux ailleurs au Mexique...
Nous sommes très déçu pour la première fois depuis 10 mois de voyage. A la limite, passez y la nuit histoire de faire une pause ;)
Perfect place to visit Uxmal. 131 pesos per night until noon next day. Very quiet.Report Check-In
Perfect place to visit the ruins. same price. And after your night, in the morning you are the first and alone in the pyramid !Report Check-In
best camping option close to ruins. we paid 131 and put up our tent with 4 people. beers from kiosk in lobby slightly less expensive than restaurant, 49 at kiosk v 77 at restaurant, and you can take away to campsite. make sure you have what you need for food and water as options once here are limited and expensive.Report Check-In
The most expensive ruins so far. 30 pesos parking and 218 pesos per person to enter. The restaurant is ridiculously expensive. Main course at 450 to 800 pesos per plate ... soup starting at 160 pesos. Ruins are great .. too bad about the prices in the area.Report Check-In
parking lot. paid 131 pesos to the guard. vers quiet night. the lodge in front has a pool free for the Kids but the drinks are expensive.Report Check-In
As described. Great dry camping. Level and quiet. We saw a raccoon-type creature in the bush 5 meter from the camper. Had an owl visit too. 131 PESOS.Report Check-In
pay at the the pay booth at the entrance to the Uxmal ruins parking lot. The camping area is the grassy chained off area opposite the restaurant, just before you get to the parking lot. Open wifi from the restaurant, plus access to the restaurant/ lodge swimming pool for $50 per person.Report Check-In
131 pesos, quiet night, no problems. Night show was nothing special, would rather sleep early and beat the crowds for the real thing in the daytime.Report Check-In
WARNING: when I was there the guy told me they do not let tent camping, only car camping allowed.Report Check-In
We too paid 131p to park overnight. great Wi-Fi from Lodge. Very good telcel too. checked out chocolate museum but it's pricy: 120p ea so we passed. Night time light show was 89p ea. great way to see main buildings without high daytime price. sound track all in Spanish and there appeared to be no place to get headsets; no one had them. we had a quiet night.Report Check-In
lots of space, calm nights and good WiFi from lodge, recommended! you can use the clean restrooms at the entrance buildingReport Check-In
camped in the grassy area, paid 50 pesos per adult to use pool, kids were free. perfect spot to see the ruins.Report Check-In
131 MX and like the other reviews, it was fine for an overnight before an early start at the ruins. Quiet.Report Check-In
Good place to stay if you want to be early at the ruins and have them all to yourself; and to see the light/sound show in the evening. Also in easy walk of the Chocolate Museum - do not forget to go and see that. Camp fee is $131 per night which includes use of toilets in the park, but you need to walk 500m or so. No WiFi and no power or other facilities. Had to pay $50 per person extra for dip in swimming pool. Restaurant across the road excellent but expensive.Report Check-In
131 MXN per night. Free and quick WiFi "restaurant lodge". Quiet over night place.Report Check-In
M$131 per night. Includes 24 hour access to the bathrooms with flush toilets but no showers. There is a restaurant directly across from lot that serves a good buffet for M$160. There is security around all night.Report Check-In
location.location.location. Paid $131 pesos to camp in the lot next to the main parking lot, no amenities. If you park directly across from the lodge restaurant, you can pick up their open wifi signal, it's decent. Food & drink are expensive, so bring what you need or you'll be tempted to spend $45 pesos on a beer.Report Check-In
grassy parking without amenities (132 pesos). Wifi from the next hotel. Very quiet and you are able to enter into the site at 8.00 am before the crowd!Report Check-In
131 pesos for camping in the parking lot of Uxmal. Pretty pricey! We saw the ruins and then went next door to the lodge at Uxmal for a cold beer and a dip in their pool. They have wifi at the lodge but it is pretty crappy.Report Check-In
Camped in the employee parking lot at the ruins PROS: close to the ruins, super clean bathrooms available in the lobby, pirated wifi from the hotel across the street CONS: large grassy lot so very buggy 131 pesos/nightReport Check-In