Chichen Itza Day Trip From Tulum Including Cenote And Lunch

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  • Hotel pickup Available
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  • Duration: 12 Hrs
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  • Departure Time :
    09:00 AM
  • Departure Details :
    1: Súper Akí Tulum, Carretera Federal Tulum Ruinas s/n, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
    2: Hacienda Doña Isabel, 77775 Quintana Roo, Mexico
    Traveler pickup is offered
    Meeting Point  at Main  E.. read more
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Enjoy a day trip to Chichen Itza and see its magic and mystery. You'll explore the main landmarks of this archaeological zone which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and learn of its importance from a knowledgeable guide. See the Pyramid of Kukulcan, Temple of Warriors, observatory and more. You'll also enjoy a delicious buffet lunch and get to swim in a beautiful cenote.


  • Ideal choice for families
  • Step back in time on a history tour
  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Perfect introduction for first-time visitors

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Your day trip to Chichen Itza begins with hotel pickup in Tulum. Board an air-conditioned van and start driving to the archaeological site. archaeological zone in Yucatan. On your way there, you will first stop for 50 minutes for a visit to either Ik Kil cenote or Hubiku cenote. Here, you will have free time to explore this natural wonder and swim in the crystal-clear waters.

After this refreshing stop, you will head to Chichen Itza. Upon arrival, you'll explore the site with a knowledgeable guide to learn of itss importance and amazing architectural beauty and geographical location. Your guided tour will be around 1.5 hours and you'll get to learn about the Pyramid of Kukulkan, the Temple of Warriors, el Castillo (the Castle)and much more. You'll then have free time to explore the site on your own, go back to the landmarks you liked the most and take unforgettable pictures.

You'll then head to enjoy a delicious buffet lunch as alocal restaurant with fresh salads, soups, meat, rice, fish, vegetables and regional dishes (drinks at own expense).

After lunch, you'll go back to our meeting point in Tulum, to enjoy the evening at your leisure.


Guided visit

Certified bilingual guide

Lunch - Buffet lunch

Pickup and drop-off in Tulum Meeting Point San Francisco de Asis Store

Visit to a sacred cenote

Bottled water - 2 Water Bottles during the tour.

Entry/Admission - Cenote Saamal



Drinks during lunch

State Tax applies Per Access of $286 MXP or its equivalent in USD

Entry/Admission - Chichen Itza

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not wheelchair accessible

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

It is recommended that you bring comfortable lightweight clothing, walking shoes or sneakers, a hat, sunglasses, a swimsuit, a towel, an extra change of clothes and biodegradable sunscreen

Stroller accessible

Near public transportation

Infants must sit on laps

Not recommended for travelers with back problems

Not recommended for pregnant travelers

No heart problems or other serious medical conditions

Most travelers can participate

This experience requires good weather. If its canceled due to poor weather, youll be offered a different date or a full refund

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 40 travelers

Face masks required for travelers in public areas

Face masks required for guides in public areas

Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff

Social distancing enforced throughout experience

Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas

Gear/equipment sanitized between use

Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized

Guides required to regularly wash hands

Regular temperature checks for staff

Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival

Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms

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  • 24-Dec-2022

    The tour schedule were not followed. The tour is supposed to include a visit of Valladolid = Only 30 minutes allowed to go get some food for the ride back to the hotel. Plus, we ended the day with the cenotes = no more sun in the cenote = dark water. Tour guide avises us not to buy from sellers at Chichen Itza because they are “illegal “sellers + have “fraud merch” = not true !!!! He said that so we would buy from a previous stop at high price (the same items …)

  • 21-Dec-2022

    This tour does a lot. Th lunch was very good and Chichen Itza was great. We got to get a small taste of Valladolid, which provided us an idea if w would want to visit it later.

  • 07-Dec-2022

    Our experience was really great. Jesús is a really nice guide and person. Explains everything very enthusiastically and easy to understand. The trip is really nice and it is worth it!

  • 06-Dec-2022

    Chichen Itzá and the Cenote were amazing. However, the tour guides themselves were rude and their English was not very understandable when giving the tour (which was in English). Furthermore, the tour stopped at a tourist trap where the guides attempted to sell us on "medicinal cleanses" and knick knack souvenirs. We spent so much unnecessary time here that we didn't have time for dinner. As this is a full day tour, no dinner after being in the hot jungle was a huge turn off from recommending this to others. Other gripes include the tour not being upfront about extra costs for "taxes" that were payable to the tour guides in dollars (not pesos). Seems fishy that a Mexican tax would be paid in dollars directly to the tour guides.

  • 06-Dec-2022

    Tour to Chichen Itzá was great! However, we could only spend 1 hour at the cenote. This was due to the tour making a stop at a tourist trap that was not specified on the details when booking. This stop was to sell us trinkets and "medicinal cleanses." We spent more time at this place just waiting around than at the Cenote. Furthermore there is no stop for dinner. As this tour is an all day event, this resulted in us being extremely tired, hungry, and grouchy. Again, we could have had time for dinner if it wasn't for the unnecessary at what felt like a glorified "Mayan souvenir shop."

  • 25-Nov-2022

    To hear the incredible stories of a time gone by. Valuable cultural history that was told brilliantly.

  • 24-Nov-2022

    Chichen Itza was cool (overabundance of vendors but what can you do), the cenote was great, would have enjoyed more time at Chichen Itza and ideally skipped the first stop which was essentially a tourist trap. Was very cheap though and well worth it! Alfredo was a good guide, recommended!

  • 18-Nov-2022

    My boyfriend and I had an amazing time on this excursion. The bus driver was fast and both tour guides spoke English and Spanish and were knowledgeable, punctual, funny, and made the trip entertaining. The trip is great because is doesn't break the bank and it includes a lot. While I was a little skeptical of the time it honestly didn’t feel like 11 hours its such a fun day packed with activities and the bus was air conditioned, spacious, and had overhead storage. We visited a mayan neighborhood where we had chance to shop or look around, then we had lunch which was amazing and we could get as many plates as we wanted, then we went to chichen itza which was breathtaking and very informative, we then cooled off at a cenote and ended the the day with 30min free time to walk, shop, or eat. 5/5 ⭐️

  • 15-Nov-2022

    The drivers were pushy, rude and dishonest. Also refused to give me my change until I insisted. Even though I paid for an inclusive service they tried to avoid supplying the full service. They yelled at the riders several times. When reported the response was dismissive. Bad experience. Will never use this service again.

  • 13-Nov-2022

    The Chichen Itza is a must see and our tour guide, Jesus, gave us great insight about the Mayan people on the way. As a well educated person of Mayan descent, Jesus provided meaning about the Chichen Itza and the structures and artwork inside. The journey there was quite comfortable and they stopped for a delicious lunch at a Mayan village on the way. After visiting the Chichen Itza we had another stop with a refreshing soak in a beautiful cenote. Our last stop was a short visit in Valladolid, a charming city built over Mayan ruins which were visible underneath the newer construction. The ride was very comfortable and they provided us water, beer and tequila on the way back. I highly recommend this tour!

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