Experience the wonders of Chichen Itza on a private full-day guided tour. Explore this remarkable archaeological site, recognized as one of the New Wonders of the World, and delve into the intriguing Archeo-Astronomical properties of the ancient Maya civilization. Throughout the day, gain insights into Mayan philosophy and the profound influence of religion in their daily lives, including intriguing details about their religious rituals and historical human sacrifices. Uncover the geopolitical significance of this majestic city and immerse yourself in its captivating history.
Afterward, indulge in a delightful lunch and unwind by visiting a cenote located near the pyramid. Finally, conclude the tour with a guided visit to the charming colonial town of Valladolid before returning to your hotel.
(Pick ups from Puerto Morelos to Cancun have a transportation fee of $40usd per group)
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|DEPARTURE TIME||Pick up at your hotel around 8:00AM for a prompt departure to avoid the crowds|
|RETURN TIME||Approximately 5:30 – 6:00 PM. (Playa del Carmen and Riviera Maya)|
|WEAR||Comfortable light casual clothing, tennis shoes, flip-flops or sandals for water activities, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen (preferably biodegradable) and insect repellant (preferably biodegradable). Swimsuit is also highly recommended.|
Other recommendations : we recommend you to bring anything to protect you from the sun, such as sunglasses, hats, light clothing.
Don’t forget to also bring your camera to catch pictures of these unforgettable views and moments !
Note : There are no ATM machines in this area and many vendors do not accept credit cards. For your personal expenses, make sure you bring enough cash money.
The guides, drivers and waiters also always appreciate tips for their excellent service and it is also thanks to them that you will leave with great memories !
It is best to wear comfortable and cool clothes. Shorts and T-shirts are fine, but they should not be too loose or skimpy. I would suggest good walking shoes (not flip flops or sandals) to protect your feet. Tennis shoes are fine.
The acquisition and application of jadeite at Chichén Itzá is indicative of the access the city-state had along its trade routes.
|Ticket type||Adult 12 – 99, Child 4-11 yrs|
7.00 AM : Transportation to Chichen Itza
- Explanations about Chichen Itza and the Maya world.
- Explanations about the importance of the cenotes in the Mayan culture.
- Discovery of the different Mayan historical periods.
9.30 AM – 12.00 PM: Exploration of Chichen Itza
Immerse yourself in the Mayan world by listening to the story of this great city and its mysteries, visit the different areas of the site including the Observatory, the most advanced of its time, the Pok ta Pok or the ball game.
12.30 AM – 1.00 PM: Swimming at the cenote
1:00 PM – 2.00 PM: Lunch
2.00 PM – 3.00 PM: Transportation to the colonial town of Valladolid
3.00 PM – 5.30 PM: Visit of the colonial town of Valladolid
Visit of the Town Square, the Convent of San Bernardino and the traditional Chocolate Cooperative.