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Chichen Itza, Ik Kil Cenote and Valladolid with Lunch

From US$79.00
Highlights
  • Full-day visit from Cancun to Chichen Itza, Valladolid, and a cenote
  • Buffet lunch and swim time at a cenote
  • Early start time takes advantage of cooler morning hours
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Chichen Itza, Ik Kil Cenote and Valladolid with Lunch
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Chichen Itza, Ik Kil Cenote and Valladolid with Lunch
From US$79.00
Overview
Visit Chichen Itza and Valladolid on a full-day tour from Cancun that includes a swim stop at Cenote Ik Kil. Visiting these destinations is a great way to explore ancient Maya ruins, nature, and a traditional Yucatan city. You'll stroll past towering pyramids, check out Maya sculptures, swim in an underground river, and walk colonial-era streets. A traditional buffet lunch is included, along with round-trip transport from Cancun.
What to Expect
Meet a driver at your Cancun hotel, and begin the trip to Chichen Itza in a climate-controlled vehicle. Upon arrival at the UNESCO World Heritage Site, join a guide for a 2.5-hour narrated tour, taking in the Pyramid of Kukulkan, an astronomical observatory, a sacrificial pit, and more.

As you walk, learn the stories and culture behind the intricate carvings and then enjoy some independent time to take photos and explore the ruins on your own. Following your time at Chichen Itza, cool off with a swim in a fresh water cenote, a natural underground swimming pool, and refuel with a buffet lunch.

Next, continue to the colorful town of Valladolid, the center of which is filled with beautifully preserved buildings from the colonial era. After visiting Valladolid, this tour concludes with return transfer to your hotel in Cancun.
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Superb!

Great tour! Our guide, Marco, was spot on: polite and very insightful. He also spoke English, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. The trip took 12 hours and Ik Kil cenote was a bliss after an extreme heat of Chichen Itza. In addition, the lunch was good...More

1  Thank Olya S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Seven Wonder of the World

This had been on my bucket list for ages. This is truly one that you have to see. Our tour guide took us around gave us the history and then left us to explore on our own. These ruins are simply incredible. It's very hot...More

1  Thank TrezzR
Reviewed 19 February 2018 via mobile
Rich heritage

Great experience, the history is rich and the guides are very knowledgeable. Be sure to kiss on the S chairs.

Thank Kerron H
Reviewed 2 February 2018
Bucket List Item achieved

Always wanted to visit the Mayan City Chichen Itza (New Seven Wonders of the World) and boy I wasn't disappointed. We took a bus from Cancun and stop at Cenote Saamal Selva Maya outside the city of Valladolid. Here we got to swim and jump...More

1  Thank mazurenko
Reviewed 2 December 2017
Van Ride is very Uncomfortable

We purchased this package after reviewing the description, photos & reviews on Trip Advisor. The tour-guide (Ricardo) was unprofessional, arrogant and unfriendly person, and got offended when we asked him that we were expecting a luxury bus and don't feel comfortable in the Van. Other...More

12  Thank Vinay S
MarieKireeva, Gerente at OlMar Travel Mexico, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Dear Traveler, We are sorry you got such a bad impression of the tour. However, we would like to comment on your review, because there is no notice in our tour description on any web site, that the tour is operated on a big bus....More

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