Chichen Itzá Plus: Broaden your horizons with a visit to the extraordinary Chichen Itza. This monumental archaeological site is considered one of the current Seven Wonders of the World.
* See one of the Seven Wonders of the World
* Visit Chichen Itza’s Cenote – a natural pool once considered sacred
* Enjoy a delicious buffet meal
It is a spectacular construction, thought to be one of the most valuable remains of ancient Mayan civilization. On this tour, you will not only discover this incredible site, you will also receive a full array of personal services, continental breakfast and a visit to the colonial city of Valladolid.
To prepare for the journey you are about to embark on, begin your day with a nice and warm continental breakfast including coffee, juice and bread. On the luxury bus that takes you to the mythical site, you will receive all kinds of pampering including blankets and drinks on board.
The first stop of your trip is Valladolid, an exuberant and lively colonial city. Here is where the delicious Yucatecan gastronomy was born and one of the few sites where Mayan culture is alive even to this day. After that, enter the marvellous archaeological site of Chichen Itza to contemplate how stunningly well preserved these constructions remain, unperturbed by the pass of time. This tour will also take you to Chichen Itza’s haunting and Cenote, a huge round natural pool that used to be considered sacred by the ancient Mayan peoples. It is widely agreed upon that they used to cast live people into it as sacrifices to the gods. Wrap up your day with a scrumptious buffet meal at the restaurant Hubiku.
Meeting point: In front of the Restaurant Sr. Frogs, ferry transfer is not included.
Duration: 12 hours.
Start or opening time: 8:30am in front the Restaurant Sr. Frogs, Playa del Carmen.
End or closing time: 7:20pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.
Others: Activity is free for children aged up to 4 years presenting valid ID, and they must ride on their parents’ lap. Includes: continental breakfast (coffee, juice, bread), soft drinks, water and beer aboard the bus, blankets, colonial Valladolid visit, entry to the archeological site of Chichén Itzá and Cenote, and buffet at Hubiku restaurant (drinks not included).
To use professional or non-professional video cameras inside the archeological site, a fee must be paid at the entrance which will proceed straight to the government.