Enjoy a full day Chichen Itza and cenote tour from Playa del Carmen or Playacar. We assure you this will be one of your vacation's highlights!
Admire the impressive Chichen Itza Mayan ruins, refresh yourself swimming in a natural cenote, enjoy a delicious buffet of Yucatecan food and finish with a Valladolid City express stop. All during the same tour!
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What to expect:
Enjoy your guided tour to Chichen Itzá from Playa del Carmen on a comfortable and air-conditioned van (capacity for 20 people).
Learn from our guide all the details about Chichen Itzá Mayan ruins, culture and traditions. A guide at Chichen Itzá is a must, if not, you’d be just looking at a bunch of stones.
Admire the stunning Kukulcan pyramid (El Castillo), the Temple of the Warriors, and the Ball Court with incredible acoustics.
Enjoy some free time to explore by yourself and don’t forget to snap some sensational pictures (awesome for your social media LOL).
Cool off swimming in the beautiful X-Cajum natural cenote (sinkhole), where you’ll also have a delicious buffet of Yucatecan food (salad bar, beef, chicken, pork, sides, etc).
Finish your Mayan ruin tours from Playa del Carmen with a Valladolid City panoramic tour (central park, Calzada de los Frailes street, and San Bernardino Ex Convent).
About Chichen Itzá
Chichen Itza is Mexico’s 2nd most visited archeological site (just after Teotihuacan).
Located only 112.7 miles (181.4 km) away from Playa del Carmen. A Playa del Carmen to Chichen Itza drive shouldn’t take longer than 2 hours.
The Kukulkan Pyramid “El Castillo” in Chichen-Itza (24 m. high), was claimed as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World elected in 07.07.2007.
The northern group of Chichen Itza’s monuments of Chichen-Itza: the Great Ball Court, the Temple of Kukulkan and the Temple of the Warriors, are masterpieces of Mesoamerican architecture because of their beauty, proportions, refinement of their construction and sculpted decorations.
Chichen Itza city declined after around 1440 A.D and was not excavated until 1841 A.D.
Additional information about Chichen Itza tours from Playa del Carmen:
Playa del Carmen Pick up details :
Chichen Itza early access from Playa del Carmen
Online price: $64.00 USD
[Combo] Catamaran All inclusive to Isla Mujeres + Guided tour to Chichen Itzá
Online price: $110.00 USD
Guided Tour to Tulum and Coba Mayan Ruins (w/ Cenote)
Online price: $58.00 USD
Guided tour to Chichen Itza VIP(Deluxe)
Online price: $98.00 USD