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  • Cancun: Chichen Itza, Ik Kil Cenote, & Valladolid with Lunch

    1. Cancun: Chichen Itza, Ik Kil Cenote, & Valladolid with Lunch

    Depart for the archaeological site of Chichen Itza between 07:10 AM and 08:10 AM and prepare yourself for a 2.5-hour historical tour of the most famous of the ancient cities of the Yucatec Maya. Named one of the New 7 Wonders of the World in 2007, Chichen Itza was once one of the largest cities of the Mayan civilization and thought to be one of the most mystical. See the stunning pyramid Temple of Kukulkan and marvel at the row of columns in the Temple of a Thousand Warriors. Look at the observatory temple of "El Caracol" and continue to highlights such as the sacrificial pit of the Great Ball Court, where the ancient ball game of "pok-ta-pok" was played. Enjoy some free time to explore on your own. Then, take a refreshing swim in the cenote of Ik-Kil and experience an underground lake on one of the subterranean river systems sacred to the Mayans. Enjoy lunch before d...

    Carlos and Jose did a good job! The drive going and coming back was smooth. Carlos is knowledgeable about history and culture. He always managed to get the group going and kept our group ahead of the other tour buses so we’re not clumped with a big crowd of other travelers The first stop was souvenir shops. For lunch a choice of pork or chicken tacos was included but you have to pay for beverages. We got bottled water and coconut juice for $10. I gave $20 but didn’t get the change… it’s probably my fault because I didn’t understand the server. Inside the grounds of Chichen Itza is peppered with vendors trying to haggle. The noise from some vendors is distracting when you’re trying to listen to the ground tour. The place is an archeological treasure. Vendors should have a designated areas only( my honest opinion only). In Cenote, like I said Carlos was great in getting us there before all the crowd. Yay!!

  • Chichen Itza: Private Tour from Cancún and Riviera Maya

    2. Chichen Itza: Private Tour from Cancún and Riviera Maya

    Following pick-up at your hotel in Cancún, Playa del Carmen or the Riviera Maya, journey to the pre-Colombian city and archaeological site of Chichen Itza, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988, and now considered one of the "New Seven Wonders of the World." Upon arrival, benefit from the services of a private guide with expertise in archaeology. Hear explanations of the Mayan civilization and the main monuments of one of their most significant sites in your chosen language. Learn how the city played an important role from around 600 to 1200 AD, and remained a center of worship and pilgrimage until the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors in the 16th century. Chichen Itza is considered a sacred site by the Mayan people of the Yucatan to this day. Like many cities from Mexico's ancient history, it was eventually abandoned and fell into ruins to be buried by the jungle. It re-e...

    I learned more than I could possibly retain, The guide was excellent, the driver was excellent. I highly recommend the experience!

  • Izamal: 2-Hour Walking Tour

    3. Izamal: 2-Hour Walking Tour

    Wander through this colorful city while a local guide brings its stories to life. Visit Parque Itzamna in the historic center and marvel at the San Antonio de Padua Convent. View the city from atop the Kinich Kak Moo Pyramid and learn why this city was dubbed the "City of Three Cultures."

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 67 reviews

It was an amazing experience. Hector, the guide, is a very knowledgeable and emphatic guy. The pace of the tour was great. Important that everyone who goes to Chichen Itza knows that there a very hot place, comfortable shoes, sunscreen and light clothes are must. The lunch in the Maya village was nice and the local dance in the end was a surprise. The cenote is beautiful. The bus was new, clean and comfortable. The negative part was that the agency offers beer in the Bus, and in my tour there was a family that drank too much, dropped beer in the floor, also they have got late to the bus in the last visit. Else, all was really great. I do recommend it.

This was such an amazing trip. I have been before with a different company, and this one was BY FAR so much better. The guide was very knowledgeable, and swimming in the cenote was unforgettable. The only thing I wish I would have done was bring a sweatshirt for the bus ride...it was cold! Would definitely recommend!

The drive victor was great and the guide Carlos was awesome and made the car drive there and back entertaining, along with lots of info on the Mayan culture and communities that are active today.

I learned more than I could possibly retain, The guide was excellent, the driver was excellent. I highly recommend the experience!

Excellent, unforgettable, learn about other cultures, very nice experience