What's included in the Chichen-Itza Tour
- Round Trip Transportation from your Hotel in Cancun or Riviera Maya
- Entrance to Chichen Itza Archeological Site/Park (Tickets Included)
- Private Certified Chichen Itza Guide
- Visit to the Blue Ik-kil Cenote
- Lunch in a typical Mayan Hut – Traditional Yucatec food will be served
- Visit to downtown Valladolid
- Get there before the crowd
- Quick entrance
- Enjoy the Archeological Site much better
- Personalized guidance throughout the tour
- Private vehicle only for the people in your reservation
- Free time for yourself before the tourist hordes arrive.
Visit and enjoy Chichen Itza before the crowd gets there. Over thousands of people visit this mysteriously beautiful archeological site every day. Give yourself the opportunity to enjoy this wonderful place without the crowds.
Let us guide you through your visit to one of the New Seven Wonders of the World and one of the biggest archeological areas of the Yucatan Peninsula. Chichen Itza was granted World Heritage Site status in 1988 by UNESCO World Heritage Site .
To make your visit much more pleasant we only operate small groups in modern comfortable, air-conditioned and fully equipped vans.
We will pick you up early in the morning and drive you to the Archeological Site from your Hotel in Cancun and Riviera Maya. Our specialized Chichen Itza tour guide will be waiting for you upon our arrival to the site and he will personally assist you throughout your visit, as he will guide and explain to you in understandable English the history of the great Mayan Lords who built this place to be also known as the biggest and most important Mayan settlement of the Yucatan Peninsula according to many historians.
Once the guided tour is over you will have free time to walk the site on your own and get your most amazing pictures of Chichen Itza just before the crowded buses start to arrive and we move on to our next stop to cool off in the majestic Ik Kil Cenote after a short stop at the Cenote we will now treat you to a traditional Mayan Family home to eat the Mayan Delicacy “Pook-Chuk” where everything is cooked over an open fire.... featuring delicious handmade corn tortillas. They will be the best tortillas you have ever eaten.
Simply the Ultimate Mayan Culture Experience
Please be aware that anyone who offers you to visit Tequila Factories in Yucatan is probably pulling your leg, since Tequila in Mexico is only produced in the state of Jalisco. the rest of the Agave beverages are Mescal varieties, we thought you would like to know since we don’t like to be tricked either.
It’s worth to spend the extra money and have control of your activity, rather than being pushed and pulled around off a crowded 50 to 60 passenger bus. Departing from Cancun or Merida
Chichen Itza History
(Mayan: (Chichén) Boca cistern of (Itza) witches of water) is one of the major archaeological sites of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.
Located in the municipality of Tinum, in the state of Yucatan. Important and renowned relic of the Mayan civilization, the main buildings that remain there correspond to the period of the decline of the Mayan culture known to archaeologists as the post-classical period.
The massive architecture that has survived to this day and is now emblematic of the site, has a distinct Toltec influence. The presiding god of the site, according to Mayan mythology, is Kukulcan Mayan representation of Quetzalcoatl, god taken from the Toltec culture pantheon. That said, consider that Chichen Itza was a city or a ceremonial center, which went through various periods constructive and influences of the various peoples who occupied it and promoted it from its foundation.
The archaeological site of Chichen Itza was inscribed on the list of World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1988. On July 7, 2007, was recognized as one of the New Seven Wonders of the modern world, by a private initiative without the support of Unesco, but with the recognition of millions of voters around the world.