|Namesake:||A Mesoamerican archeological site; A Mesoamerican given name meaning "blue-green water"|
|Tribe Type:||Starting Tribe|
|Day Formed:||Day 1|
|Tribe Status:||Merged with Nakúm on Night 18|
|Lowest Placing Member:||Morgan McDevitt (17/18)|
|Highest Placing Member:||Stephenie LaGrossa (Runner-Up)|
Yaxhá has no insignia.
Before the game officially commenced, Yaxhá was joined by Palau returnee Stephenie LaGrossa. The tribe then went on a major losing streak, only winning one challenge pre-switch, after which it won just three more challenges.
Their tribe color is blue.
- Amy O'Hara, a police sergeant from Revere, Massachusetts.
- Brian Corridan, an Ivy League student from New York City, New York.
- Brianna Varela, a retail salesperson from Edmonds, Washington.
- Gary Hogeboom, an ex-NFL quarterback and landscaper from Grand Haven, Michigan.
- Jamie Newton, a water skiing instructor from North Hollywood, California.
- Lydia Morales, a fishmonger from Lakewood, Washington.
- Morgan McDevitt, a magician's assistant from Decatur, Illinois.
- Rafe Judkins, a wilderness guide from Providence, Rhode Island.
- » Stephenie LaGrossa, from Palau, memorable for being one of the most athletic females in Survivor history.
- ► Amy O'Hara
- ► Blake Towsley, a real estate broker from Dallas, Texas.
- ►» Bobby Jon Drinkard, from Palau, notable as one of the hardest workers on Survivor.
- ► Brandon Bellinger, a farmer from Manhattan, Kansas.
- ► Brian Corridan
- ► Danni Boatwright, a sports radio host from Tonganoxie, Kansas.
- ► Gary Hogeboom
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- Yaxhá is the second tribe that Stephenie LaGrossa was the highest placing member of, following Ulong from Survivor: Palau.
- Yaxhá is the second blue-colored starting tribe for Stephenie, again following Ulong.
- To date, Yaxhá is the only starting tribe in a "one returnee per tribe" season to have a female returnee.