Chichen Itza Premier

  • Adults : $139.00 USD
  • Children : $79.00 USD
  • Adults : $111.75 USD
  • Children : $74.25 USD
  • Languages: English and Spanish.
  • Fullday
  • Everyday
  • Round trip
  • Mobile ticketing

A Chichen Itza tour to the beautiful state of Yucatan! Begin your adventure boarding your comfortable transportation and meeting your certified bilingual guide who will lead you throughout the day. You’ll travel to the depths of the Yucatan jungle to enjoy an energizing lunch of regional specialities before starting the Mayan ruins tour.

A guided tour through Chichen Itza Mayan ruins is an experience that you MUST discover. This is one of the most important cities in the Mayan civilization and one of the most iconic historical sites in the whole world. Learn all about the fascinating facts and folklore with your certified bilingual guide and walk in the steps of the ancient Mayan people.

After your journey back in time, you will head to a cenote for a swim in the refreshing waters. Cenotes are unique to the Yucatan Peninsula and considered sacred by the Maya people, natural beauty carved in limestone rock over the millenia. Your Yucatan day trip concludes with a quick visit to the Colonial town of Valladolid before returning to your hotel.


  • Round-trip transportation from your hotel
  • Certified bilingual guide on board.
  • Drinks on board the transportation (water, soft drink, beer, whiskey, vodka, rum, tequila).
  • Swim in a cenote
  • Box lunch
  • Regional buffet style meal with 3 drinks included. (water, soft drink, beer and cocktails)
  • Admission to the archaeological center of Chichen Itza.
  • Visit to Valladolid, Yucatan.


  • Comfortable walking shoes and clothes.
  • Protective clothing such as a cap or hat and sunglasses.
  • Bathing suit and towel.
  • A set of dry clothes.
  • Biodegradable sunscreen.
  • Insect repellent.
  • Camera.
  • Cash for renting a life jacket at the cenote, tips and buying souvenirs.
  • Does not include $20 USD tax to be paid upon check-in for entry to Chichen Itza.


  • All times and the order of the visit are approximate.
  • The use of drones or cameras in archaeological sites is subject to government restrictions.