Dagstur fra Cancún til Chichén Itzá
During your stay in Cancun, you simply must take the opportunity to visit Chichen Itza, the most important archaeological zone in Yucatan. After hotel pickup in Cancun, explore the ancient capital of the Mayan Empire and learn why it has been designated one of the modern wonders of the world. Its extraordinary architectural beauty and geographical location are sure to leave you in awe.
Your first stop is a 50-minute visit to either the Ik Kil cenote . The cenote visited will depend on which area is less populated on the day of your tour. You'll have free time to explore this natural wonder, so be sure to bring along your towel and swimsuit! By 10:50, you'll head to the world famous archaeological site of Chichen Itza.
At approximately 12pm and once inside the archaeological site, you'll be divided into English and Spanish speaking groups for a guided tour. You'll be taken on a 1.5 hour tour with a certified guide who will introduce you to the secrets of the Mayans. Your guide will explain the historical significance of all the most important sites before leaving you to enjoy the ruins on your own until 3pm. See the Pyramid of Kukulkan, el Castillo (the Castle), the Temple of Warriors and much more. After exploring the site, you'll head to the local restaurant and enjoy a buffet of fresh salads, soups, rice, meat, chicken, fish, vegetables and other regional dishes (drinks at own expense).
After lunch, you'll be transported back to your Cancun hotel.
- Guided visit
- Certified bilingual guide
- Brief visit to Colonial Valladolid
- Entrance fee to Chichen Itza archaeological site
- Bottled Water upon arrival at Chichen Itza
- Buffet lunch
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Visit to a sacred cenote (Ik Kil )
- Gratuities (optional)
- Starting Feb 1st, State Tax applies Per Access of $222 MXP or its equivalent in USD
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Children ages 3 years and under are free, but their seats are subject to availability. They may have to ride on their parents' laps if seats are not available
- Not wheelchair accessible
- What to Bring:
- Comfortable lightweight clothing
- Good walking shoes or sneakers
- Biodegradable sun block
- Swimming suit and towel
- Extra change of clothing
It was a great and educational tour. The cenote trip after a hot and humid day in Chichen Itza made things awesome.
Great value for the price; however, we never got the free water, so don’t pay the $10 extra. A ton of expected tipping, so bring a bunch of singles. EVERYONE expects tips (Dancers, Servers, people providing tequila samples, all the tour guides). A long day, so make sure to bring a bunch of water. All in all a very fun day and would recommend!!
Chichen Itza itself was a great experience but i would suggest Uber or Taxi there and pay entry fee. DO NOT book this tour, its a total scam!! We were taken to a village on pretense on getting lunch, we reached there and was blessed by priest and then coerced to buy the artifacts he used in prayer which was made in China. We were then taken to lunch and was being forced to photograph, I declined, we were harassed to pay dancers who performed when we were eating, to pay the waiter and pay for Tequila with our photographs, harassed the whole time, even was asked for money for toilet paper when we used the toilet!!
Nice TRIP! RAfael was funny
Nice TRIP! RAfael was funny
Great trip! Would do it again in a heartbeat.
This was one of the best tours we could have done! What a great experience. We learnt so much! The food was amazing! The tour guides were on point! We would for sure recommend this tour to anybody thinking about it!