The place we now call Chichen Itza ruins was once one of the most important governmental centers on the Yucatan Peninsula and the most visited religious center in the region.
Due to its historic importance and beauty, Chichen Itza Mexico was added to UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in 1988. Did you know Chichen Itza ruins are visited by more than a million travelers every year, making it one of our best-selling Riviera Maya activities? Worldwide recognition helped this ancient city become one of the New Seven Wonders of the World by a global online vote in 2007 .
Our Chichen Itza tour includes an express stop in Valladolid, Yucatan and a visit to an impressive open-air cenote for a swim. Guess what? A buffet lunch is also included! Don't forget to try the lime soup and some cochinita pibil tacos. Cochinita pibil is a slow-roasted pork dish of Mayan origin you're sure to love.
* Times are estimate.
*Times are estimate.