Chichen Itza Plus

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  • Adults : $109.00 USD
  • Children : $69.00 USD
  • Adults : $65.40 USD
  • Children : $41.40 USD
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  • Full day
  • Everyday
  • Round trip
  • Mobile ticketing
  • Languages: english and spanish. Additional languages: German, Monday and Thursday; French, Tuesday and Thursday; Italian, Wednesday and Saturday

This Chichen Itza Plus tour is one for the bucket list, famous for the Kukulkan Pyramid and one of the most popular things to do in Cancun. Explore one of the New 7 Wonders of the World and UNESCO World Heritage Site Chichen Itza!

During the journey, we’ll visit the Sacred Cenote of Suytun, meaning “cave with water” in Maya. You’ll swim and refresh in the midst of the lush Yucatan jungle and enjoy a delicious lunch buffet of regional dishes from the Yucatan. Two non-alcoholic drinks are included in your lunch!

Next up is the highlight of this Chichen Itza excursion, a tour of the famous archaeological site with a certified guide. After the guided tour with fascinating tales of the ancient Maya, you’ll have free time to explore on your own. On the return trip to Cancun or the Riviera Maya, we’ll make a quick stop in the charming Colonial town of Valladolid.

Includes

  • Round-trip transportation from your hotel 
  • Certified bilingual guide 
  • Light breakfast
  • Admission to the Chichén Itzá archaeological zone
  • Free time in the Mayan ruins
  • Soft drinks, water and beer on the bus
  • Visit to Cenote Suytun
  • Buffet lunch of regional Yucatan dishes in the restaurant at Suytun 
  • 2 non-alcoholic drinks included with lunch
  • Quick tour of the center of Valladolid

Recomendations

  • The tour price does not include the archaeological zone tax of approximately $20 USD which must be paid in cash on the day of the tour
  • Cash or credit card for souvenirs and/or tips 
  • Bathing suit ,towel, change of clothes 
  • Biodegradable sunscreen
  • Biodegradable insect repellent
  • Water shoes and/or sandals 
  • Camera (with the exception of video cameras in the archaeological site) 

Notes

  • To use professional cameras for photography and video, a tax must be paid at the ticket office of the archeological site
  • The order of visits and schedules may vary
  • This tour is not recommended for people with reduced mobility
  • There are life jackets for rent to swim in the cenote
  • The entrance to the cenote is through a narrow staircase Additional languages ??are only for tours departing from Riviera Maya