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Full-Day Guided Tour of Chichen Itza Mayan Archaeological Site and Cenote Swimming from Cancun

Highlights
  • Day trip from Cancun to Chichen Itza, a popular Mayan archaeological site 
  • Guided tour brings the 1,500-year-old site to life
  • Additional stops at a cenote and the colonial town of Valladolid 
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Full-Day Guided Tour of Chichen Itza Mayan Archaeological Site and Cenote Swimming from Cancun
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Full-Day Guided Tour of Chichen Itza Mayan Archaeological Site and Cenote Swimming from Cancun
From US$49.00
Overview
A certified tour guide and door-to-door transportation make for an informative and hassle-free day trip from Cancun to Chichen Itza, one of the most popular sites in Mexico. Finish the tour with quick dip in a cenote and a pit stop in colonial Valladolid, with just enough time to snap a photo and walk around the main square. This tour includes a buffet lunch and all transportation and entrance fees.
What to Expect
Begin your tour with pickup from you Cancun hotel. Relax on the 2.5-hour drive to Chichen Itza on a climate-controlled coach and enjoy a buffet lunch upon arrival.

Then, begin your guided tour of the Mayan archaeological site, including a visit to the Kukulcan Pyramid. A guide brings the 1,500-year-old city to life with retellings of legends and history. Spend an hour of free time exploring the site on your own after the tour.

After exploring Chichen Itza, continue to a cenote for a 45-minute swim in one of the region’s famous natural swimming holes, created from collapsing limestone. Complete the day with a quick stop in the colonial town of Valladolid for a walk around the central square before returning to your Cancun hotel.
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Reviewed 13 May 2018 via mobile
Do not book this tour

We booked this trip as part of our honeymoon holiday. We booked it through viator. Our pick up time was at 7am and to be sure we didn't miss it we waited outside the lobby of the hotel from 6:40am till 8am. We were the...More

18  Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 4 May 2018 via mobile
It was great if you dont want to worry about anything

Pick up was really early at 6:45am. There's about 1.5hrs of picking other ppl up and the you start driving to Yucatan. The bus is REALLY cold, bring a towel, blanket or wrap or something. The bus tour guide talks the entire ride to Yucatan...More

2  Thank Emma d
Reviewed 1 May 2018
Google some facts and take the tour yourself.

They try to sell you everything! Sap stories about how much of a miracle worker the shamen is, and forcing down sales pitches all day. Do NOT buy any of their garbage just because they said it was great or helps the local Mayans, it's...More

1  Thank Ujwal V
Reviewed 1 April 2018 via mobile
Find another tour company

Visiting Chichen Itza and even the other stops on this tour are worthwhile. It was the way it was all put together that felt like a big scam and a bunch of lies. Our guide was a jerk and against any one who was not...More

11  Thank lginty
Reviewed 1 April 2018 via mobile
Chichen Itza day trip

This was a great trip. Our guide was very informative and very friendly. Our tour was a great size only 14 people. The day is a long one so be prepared and also the seats are quite close, so often your knees are hitting the...More

3  Thank Patricia S
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JennieW81
24 April 2018|
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Response from mercurio65 |
Hi. Jennie are several cenotes but the closer is ik kil 5 min. Away
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