Explore spectacular Chichen Itza on this full-day tour of the UNESCO World Heritage site. Stop for a swim in a nearby cenote (Ik Kil or Hubiku) before a certified guide leads you through the ancient capital of the Maya Empire, considered the most important archaeological zone of the Yucatán. Visit the ball court, el Castillo (the Castle), Pyramid of Kukulkan and Temple of the Warriors. Then, indulge in a buffet lunch of regional dishes. Your Chichen Itza day trip includes round-trip hotel transport from Cancun.
Inclusions Guided visit Certified bilingual guide Brief visit to Colonial Valladolid Entrance fee to Chichen Itza archaeological site Bottled Water upon arrival at Chichen Itza Buffet lunch Hotel pickup and drop-off Visit to a sacred cenote (Ik Kil ) Exclusions Gratuities (optional) Additional info Confirmation will be received at time of booking Children ages 3 years and under are free, but their seats are subject to availability. They may have to ride on their parents’ laps if seats are not available Not wheelchair accessible What to Bring: Comfortable lightweight clothing Good walking shoes or sneakers Hat Sunglasses Biodegradable sun block Swimming suit and towel Extra change of clothing Voucher info You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity. What’s this? Local operator information Complete Operator information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, are included on your Confirmation Voucher. Our Product Managers select only the most experienced and reliable operators in each destination, removing the guesswork for you, and ensuring your peace of mind.
Spectacular Chichen Itza holds both mystery and magic. Explore the most important archaeological zone and ancient capital of the Mayan Empire on a full day guided tour from Cancun. Admire the majestic observatory, the sacred cenote, the ball court and the castle. Sample typical Mayan cuisine at a buffet lunch with folkloric dancers before beginning your tour of the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site of Chichen itza.
Day trip (destination A to B)
Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
Led by a local guide
All entrance fees included
Know More about this tour
During your stay in Cancun, you simply must take the opportunity to visit Chichen Itza, the most important archaeological zone in Yucatan. After hotel pickup in Cancun, explore the ancient capital of the Mayan Empire and learn why it has been designated one of the modern wonders of the world. Its extraordinary architectural beauty and geographical location are sure to leave you in awe.
Your first stop is a 50-minute visit to either the Ik Kil cenote or Hubiku cenote. The cenote visited will depend on which area is less populated on the day of your tour. You’ll have free time to explore this natural wonder, so be sure to bring along your towel and swimsuit! By 10:50, you’ll head to the world famous archaeological site of Chichen Itza.
At approximately 12pm and once inside the archaeological site, you’ll be divided into English and Spanish speaking groups for a guided tour. You’ll be taken on a 1.5 hour tour with a certified guide who will introduce you to the secrets of the Mayans. Your guide will explain the historical significance of all the most important sites before leaving you to enjoy the ruins on your own until 3pm. See the Pyramid of Kukulkan, el Castillo (the Castle), the Temple of Warriors and much more. After exploring the site, you’ll head to the local restaurant and enjoy a buffet of fresh salads, soups, rice, meat, chicken, fish, vegetables and other regional dishes (drinks at own expense).
After lunch, you’ll be transported back to your Cancun hotel.
Inclusions for Chichen Itza Day Trip From Cancun
Certified bilingual guide
Brief visit to Colonial Valladolid
Entrance fee to Chichen Itza archaeological site
Bottled Water upon arrival at Chichen Itza
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Visit to a sacred cenote (Ik Kil )
Exclusions for Chichen Itza Day Trip From Cancun
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Children ages 3 years and under are free, but their seats are subject to availability. They may have to ride on their parents’ laps if seats are not available