$65.00 – $119.00
Book Chichen Itza Premiere Tour from Cancun or Playa del Carmen and explore one of the new modern seven wonders of the world, Chichen Itza. Walk around the impressive Mayan Temples they built in the Yucatán Peninsula. Also, visit one of the most popular cenotes in the area “Hubiku,” including the colonial town of Valladolid.
This tour is available Monday to Sunday.
Duration: From 7:30 am until 7:30 pm approx.
We provide pick-ups for most hotels in Costa Mujeres, Cancún, and Playa del Carmén.
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Chichen Itza Premier Tour
Come along and visit the most popular destination in the Yucatán Peninsula, Chichen Itzá. Ride comfortably aboard a deluxe bus while you learn about this ancient civilization. Walk around these astonishing megastructures that captivate and amaze their visitors with different theories on how they managed to flourish and stood ahead from other civilizations. Mayans are known for their accurate and relevant knowledge of mathematics, astronomy, and architecture. Enjoy all the amenities included in this premium tour to make an unforgettable and pleasant trip.
- Certified guide
- Tour conductor (who provides service onboard)
- Box lunch onboard
- Soft drinks
- Alcoholic Beverages (tequila, rum, vodka, whiskey, beers, and red wine)
- Entrance to cenote Hubiku
- Entrance to Chichen Itza
- Visit Valladolid
- Umbrellas for your comfort
- Tax and insurance fees
- Regional lunch in the restaurant Hubiku with drinks included (soft drinks and beers)
- Round-trip transportation
- Lockers $1usd
- Life jackets $2usd
What to bring with you?
- Walking shoes
- Comfortable outfit
- Hat and sunglasses
- Swimsuits and towels
- One set of dry clothes
- Sunscreen bio-degradable
- Cash or credit card for tips/souvenirs
- This tour is perfect for the full family
- You may take strollers with you (only the ones that fold)
- Infants do not pay but they need to be carried by parents on their laps
- It is accessible to walk and short distances from the parking lot to the archaeological site