Chichen Itza tour from Cancun, this is one for the bucket list!
The ancient Maya city of Chichen Itza, Mexico was one of the most prominent governmental centers in the Maya world. Constructed around 525 AD, Chichen Itza was also the most important religious sites in the Yucatan Peninsula. Ancient history, archaeology, culture and magic await you on our Chichen Itza tours.
In addition to a visit to the Maya ruins, our adventure from Cancun to Chichen Itza includes a stop in the colonial city of Valladolid, a visit to a handicrafts store, a delicious buffet lunch featuring regional specialties, and a visit to a beautiful open-air cenote (a natural fresh-water sinkhole). The Maya considered cenotes to be sacred portals to the underworld. They were also their only source of fresh water. You can go for a swim in the cenote to cool off!
Take an unforgettable Chichen Itza day trip from Cancun and discover the true wonder of Mexico's pre-Hispanic past.
Round trip transfer in an air conditioned van or bus
Bilingual tour guide
Express stop at Valladolid
Entrance fee to Chichen Itza
Two-hour and a half guided tour at the archaeological site
An hour to explore Chichen Itza on your own
Visit to a cenote
Does not include:
Photo or video services
Use of lockers, life jackets, or towels at the cenote
Snacks or any food other than buffet lunch
Other activities at Chichen Itza or at the cenote
Souvenirs, handicrafts, clothes, etc.
Any other product or service not mentioned on the inclusions list
Additional Information / Recommendations:
Please reach us by dialing the phone number shown on our home page to know if the pick up service is available at your hotel or if you have to go to a meeting point, and also to know the location of such meeting point (make sure to call in advance)
Your transportation schedule will be sent by email after booking, including pick-up and drop-off times, as well as meeting points
Child rates are valid for 3-to 11-year-olds
Children up to three years old do not pay
If your hotel is between Moon Palace and Tulum (meaning, if your hotel is in the Riviera Maya and not Cancun), there is an extra fee for the tour. You may be contacted to make this payment in advance or it will be paid when you board the transportation.
It would be a good idea to carry some cash
Do not bring heavy backpacks
Wear comfortable clothes, shoes, and sunglasses
Wear a cap or a hat and a swimsuit
Remember to use biodegradable sunscreen
Bring a towel
If you have any health or physical problem please contact us before you make your reservation so we can provide you with advice on the matter