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Chichen Itza, Cenote, and Valladolid in One Day from Cancun

  • Admission fees to Chichen Itza are included, so you can skip the lines
  • Learn about the ancient Maya culture and its rituals from a guide
  • Upgrade for breakfast, lunch, and unlimited drinks
Chichen Itza, Cenote, and Valladolid in One Day from Cancun
From US$64.00
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Chichen Itza Classic TourMost Popular
Round trip transportation, Bilingual tour guide, Express stop at Valladolid, Entrance fee to Chichen Itza, Buffet lunch, Visit to a cenote
From US$64.00
Chichen Itzá Plus Tour
Box lunch. Unlimited beverages on the bus. Waiter on the bus. Buffet lunch with two drinks included An exclusive photomontage with a picture of you with the equinox in Chichen Itza in the background
From US$85.00
Combine a visit to the Chichen Itza Maya ruins with stops at a cenote and the colonial town of Valladolid on this guided full-day tour. After exploring the archaeological site, take a swim in an underwater cave, known as a cenote, near the town of Valladolid. Upgrade for breakfast, lunch, and unlimited beverages.
What to Expect
After pickup from your hotel, travel in an air-conditioned vehicle to Chichen Itza, a complex of Maya ruins, where a guide tells you about the ancient culture, its government, religion, calendar, and rituals. Following the Chichen Itza tour, explore on your own. A buffet lunch, including two drinks, are provided.

From there, visit a cenote for a swim. These underwater caves are natural sinkholes that were created from the collapse of limestone bedrock, exposing the fresh water. Then make a quick stop at the colonial town of Valladolid before heading back to your hotel. With the upgraded tour option, receive a photo montage, which includes a photo of you with Chichen Itza in the background.
Reviews (30)
1 - 5 of 12 reviews
Reviewed 4 July 2018 via mobile
Interesting, but...

We started early in the morning(in our case 6 am). It took us round about 2 hours to get to the spot. The duration was endurable but the bus didn't offer enough space thus you lose every sense of feeling after some time. The ruins...More

1  Thank Julius N
Reviewed 26 June 2018
Constant upsell & sales pitch. Tour took F.O.R.E.V.E.R.

The good - the company did what it said it would do. It took us to the three places it was supposed to. The driver was safe. The bad - Timing was bad. We left at 7:00 am and didn't get back to our hotel...More

Thank Leezer1015
Reviewed 24 April 2018
Don't Waste Your Time and Money With These Clowns

My family and I were happy to visit Chichen Itza but overall unhappy with this tour. First, we paid extra for the "Plus" tour which I regret. The only difference between this and the Classic tour is that you get a croissant sandwich for breakfast...More

3  Thank Victor G
Reviewed 3 April 2018
Awesome experience

I surely recommend to live the experience, besides the fact that you might get a tour guide with not so great english skills the tour has it all and including great food, guided tour to the Chichen Itzá ruins and a visit to the beautiful...More

1  Thank Rodrigo G
Reviewed 26 March 2018
OK tour guide. Very bad food. Excellent cenote. Awesome Chichen Itza.

The tour guide on the bus was great to start and after an hour or so, devolved in to the sad state of the Mayan people today. This sob story continued on to the rest of the day and it became extremely tiresome. Forced to...More

Thank JK898989
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