Chichen and Xcaret Package: Set out upon a remarkable tour to one of the wonders of the modern world: Chichén Itzá. Prepare to be blasted in to the past as you are able to relive the mysticism of the Maya civilisation famed for their hieroglyphic script and much more.
* Trek around the ancient Maya ruins of Chichén Itzá
* Splash about in the incredible cenote: Ik-Kil
* Get in touch with nature with trips to the beautiful butterfly park, the amazing aviary, the awesome aquarium and much more
On top of that they are well known for their art, architecture, mathematics, calendar and astronomical system. Discover the mysteries and secrets which are so well hidden in every nook and cranny, as you delve into their intriguing culture, meandering down the roads and around the buildings of this World Heritage Site. With the experienced local guide by your side every step of the way you are sure to find out much more than you could have anticipated for.
Visit a multitude of pretty places practically bursting at the seams with nature. You will visit a breeding centre for local fauna, a butterfly park and an aviary. Check out Xcaret’s very own Coral Reef which houses over 5000 organisms from 500 species in tanks that contain water which is pumped directly from the Caribbean Sea to ensure that these creatures really feel at home.
The park is home to hundreds of happy species of exotic animals. Make your way over to the Island of Jaguars and watch as these majestic mammals roam around and relax to the max with their buddies. You will finish off Xcaret park with a magnificent musical journey which gives you a real insight in to a Mexico from many moons ago with the Xcaret Mexico Espectacular Show.
Brace yourself for a true natural treat as you climb down the rock stairs to the crystal clear waters. Locally known as: The Sacred Blue Cenote because of the way the sun beams down which makes the water appear as a tempting teal colour. The wonderful waterfalls gently drifting and dripping down put the icing on the cake and make this a truly exotic experience.
As if all of that wasn’t enough, if you pick the plus option you’ll get to feast on yummy Yucatecan cuisine on your fun filled day. You can also wet your whistle as you sip on the soft drinks. You’ll have access to lockers to safely store away your stuff whilst you venture into the welcoming water. As well as that, snorkelling equipment makes your dip all that more enjoyable.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up from hotels located in the hotel area of Cancun. For all hotels located in the centre of Cancun, you must make your way to the meeting point for pick up in front of the bakery located at Plaza Malecon Americas, Number 13 and 14 Mz. 1, SM 6, at 7:20am.
Duration: Approximately 12 hours.
Start/opening time: At 9am.
End/closing time: At 9pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.
Opening days/period: Xichen Clásico: Monday to Saturday. Xcaret: daily.
Dress code: Swimsuit, comfortable clothes and shoes.
Documentation required: ID.
Includes: Xcaret Plus: Includes buffet lunch, no alcoholic beverages during the lunch, lockers and snorkel equipment.
Not included: Basic Xcaret: does not include meal, drinks, lockers and snorkeling equipment. Extra activities have an extra cost such as: scuba diving, swim with dolphins, sea trek, and snorkeling tour.
Max. and Min. Age: Children 0 to 4 years are free, Children 5 to 11 pay half Price of the Adult presenting an ID, same should be shown when boarding the tour. In case children don’t have ID height policy will applied, children under 1 meter are free, children 1 meter to 1.40 meter pay half price of the Adult, children 1.41 meter pay as an Adult.
Xichen Clásico: Children aged 5 to 11 pay half the adult ticket (must show ID at the ticket office of the Park). br /> Children over 1.40 m but under 12 years of age, must present identification to verify their age.
Others: This service does not operate from hotels in complex Vidante (Mayan Palace, Grand Mayan Riviera Maya, Grand Delux, Mayan Sactuary, The Grand Bliss).
To use professional or non-professional video cameras inside the archeological site, a fee must be paid at the entrance which will be given directly to the government.
Sunscreen and insect repellent used in the park should be biodegradable.