Long day but worth it. If you can afford private tour without all the trappings of shopping along the way it could cut a couple of hours. I am not a big shopper and unless you know your tequila, you may pay five to ten...More
Chichen Itza was one of the greatest Maya cities on the Yucatan Peninsula—it is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Mexico’s top attractions. Explore the archaeological site at your own pace on this convenient private tour. You can also hire an on-site guide or upgrade to include lunch at an additional expense.
On this private tour, enjoy a comfortable pickup from your hotel in Cancun at the time of your choosing. Savor the scenic ride to the world-famous archaeological site of Chichen Itza, once the ancient capital of the Maya Empire.
Wander through the park at your own pace, stopping to linger over the stepped pyramid of El Castillo or the Sacred Cenote, an ancient Maya swimming hole. With a flexible schedule, you won’t have to skimp on the sights. You may even visit the Juego de Pelota, or Great Ball Court, where athletic tournaments once ended with human sacrifices.
The massive, monument-filled ancient city, with 1,000 years of tumultuous history, is well worth the extra time to explore. You can also opt for an optional upgrade to include an on-site guide, who will give you additional insight on the ruins of this advanced Maya civilization, and a refreshing local lunch and drinks.
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We visited the site in April 2018 and we had limited knowledge of the Mayan culture. The tour was an eye opener and was very well presented and the Mayan culture and traditions were explained to us in detail. All the structures are examples of...More
Chichen Itza is not to be missed attraction. Just dont book it with Cancun Vacation Experts. The communication was very poor. We booked a private tour and they subcontracted our trip to USA Transfer. Then Cancun Experts failed to provide the correct hotel name to...More
Despite being advertised being advertised as a private drive and tour of the site with an archaeologist, we only had a driver who told us he could find a "friend" who could guide us for an extra $75.00 each (cash only) who could serve serve...More
I just retired. we booked a tour with XCARET tours in our hotel, Cancun Plaza but they have offices in most hotels. 14 1/2 hours later and not the tour we booked, they apologized and gave us the shaft. AND it is not cheap! they...More