- Mobile Voucher Accepted
- Hotel pickup Available
- Free Cancellation
- Duration: 12 Hrs
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Departure Details :
Traveler pickup is offered
For costumers staying in aparments or houses in Cancun we have differentes meeting point to pick up.
Return Details :
Same place where you will be pick up in the morning.
Cancellation Policy : For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.
OverviewExplore Chichen Itz and discover the enigmatic archaeological zone, the Mayan ceremonial center (renowned Patrimony of the Humanity for the UNESCO), and the incredible Kukulcns Temple (considered one of 7 New Marvels of the Modern World).
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Stop At: Suytun Cenote, Valladolid, Yucatan peninsula
This Chichen itza tour also brings you to Cenote Sagrado de Suytun for a swim in the refreshing waters in the midst of the lush jungle. Youll splash, play and float in the crystalline waters that are sacred to the Maya people. Youll enjoy an authentic Yucatan lunch buffet with mouth-watering specialities of the region.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Chichen itza, Chichen itza, Yucatan peninsula
The enigmatic Mayan ruins of Chichen itza are a must visit when traveling in Cancun and the Riviera Maya. This fascinating archaeological site is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World and is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is an important site that will teach you all about the ancient Maya people and their culture, history and mythology. Your tour is led by certified bilingual guides who will bring you back in time with their tales and expertise in the structures of the site.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Valladolid
Our Chichen itza Classic tour also includes a stop in the Colonial town of Valladolid, a picture perfect pueblo magico where you can soak in the vibes of the tranquil central square and snap photos of the historical cathedral.
Duration: 1 hour
Lunch - Buffet lunch
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Entry/Admission - Suytun Cenote
Entry/Admission - Chichen Itza
Entry/Admission - Valladolid
Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not wheelchair accessible
Dress code is smart casual
Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 40 travelers
The tour guides were nice and funny. They spoke more Spanish than English, so hard for us to understand at times. We stopped at a little Myan village first and toured the gift shop and listened to their “healing beliefs,” then we went to the Ceynote. Afterwards we had lunch at the local restaurant right next door to Ceynote. Next stop was Chichen Itza. Very hot outside, so bring an umbrella with you for shade! My last trip supplied umbrellas, this trip did not. On our way home they let us stop in a town and walk the streets/vendors for 30 minutes, very cool. They also gave us refreshments (beer or soda) on ride home. Long day (12 hours) but it was fun!
Here’s the quick summary: do your research and know what you’re getting. I read all the reviews before booking this particular tour with Cancun Bay Tours.
Plenty of positive, some room for improvement.
First of all, I would probably be upset if I had paid more than the $33 USD I paid...for what I paid, it was a bargain. But I wouldn’t pay much more.
The reason? Although we did all the events noted on the itinerary, much of the tour felt like a sales pitch. I get it, it’s Mexico, but for those who paid $60 plus dollars, I’d be upset.
Just know that your first half hour at the cenote will be a forced shopping excursion. You won’t get your cenote ticket until those thirty minutes of pain come and go. Never mind the “Mayan birth certificate” at 400 pesos. But hey, some people ate that up.
The cenote, however, is beautiful if you can take it in while ignoring the overpriced knic knacks.
Even more painful is the photo on a bottle of liquor sales pitch. What makes it so awkward is that our Mayan friend gets on the bus, talks the product up and then sends the bottles around the bus...350 pesos. Although there was no pressure, it was a moment where you want to pretend your sleeping.
Ironically, en route to Chichen Itza, were told to avoid the sellers and not buy anything from them...ironic after three sales pitches.
If you have excellent refusal skills you’ll be fine; if not, you’ll be out a thousand pesos or more...just be aware and most importantly, do your own thing at each of the stops and take in the natural beauty!
Regarding hotel transportation; if you’re in the hotel zone you’ll be fine for pick up and drop off. However, If you’re not, be prepared to uber/walk/cab to a meet up spot in your neighbourhood, where you’ll be shuttled to the main office, and then once again put on a bus for your specific tour. It is a long day but worthwhile to do your own thing and just ignore the sales pitches if you’re not interested! Don’t feel pressured :)