Chichen Itza Tours

A vacation in Cancun or the Riviera Maya is not complete until you take a tour to Chichen Itza. The magnificent Mayan ruins of Yucatán are considered a World Heritage Site by Unesco and this is one of the most visited tourist sites in all of Mexico.

Chichen Itza Classic

Chichen Itza is one of the greatest jewels of the Mayan world and a place that you have to visit at least once in a lifetime. It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988 and the Kukulkan pyramid was selected as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. This is where the magnificent phenomenon of light takes place during the equinox, when the serpent God descends Kukulkan as a shadow.

  • Adults: $79.00 USD
  • Children: $49.00 USD
  • Adults: $55.30 USD
  • Children: $34.30 USD

Chichen Itza Plus

Enjoy a guided tour of Chichen Itza and get to know the wonders of this exceptional Mayan archeological site. The tour includes a visit to the Suytun cenote, regional food and drinks.


  • Adults: $109.00 USD
  • Children: $69.00 USD
  • Adults: $65.40 USD
  • Children: $41.40 USD

Chichen Itza Premier

Immerse yourself in the fascinating Mayan world on a guided tour of Chichen Itza that includes a visit to a beautiful cenote and unlimited drinks during the meal.

  • Adults: $129.00 USD
  • Children: $69.00 USD
  • Adults: $77.90 USD
  • Children: $45.00 USD

Unforgettable experiences

The best vacation in Cancun and Riviera Maya needs unforgettable experiences and activities. Cancun Bay selects only the best tours to Chichen Itza so you can take memories home that you will always treasure.

Trust Cancun Bay, the experts of the destination. Cancun and the Riviera Maya offer hundreds of tours and activities, that's why we thoroughly know the options and choose only the best ones for you to enjoy an exceptional stay in the Mexican Caribbean.

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The El Castillo Pyramid is widely known for being one of the Seven New Wonders of the World, as well as being the place where the imposing play of light and shadow occurs during the equinox days each year. At dusk, the feathered serpent is seen descending the stairs at a celestial event of light and shadow attended by thousands of visitors each year.

You can also enter the largest ball game in Mesoamerica or observe the Temple of the Warriors where the famous Chac Mool sits high above observing the city. In the complex of the Group of a Thousand Columns you can see the imposing carved pillars that once held a huge roof that served to capture rainwater.