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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
| Merida, Chichen Itza 97170, Mexico
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Reviewed yesterday

We booked our trip to Chichen Itza via Carnival Cruises who assigned the trip to Sun Fun Tours. Saul our guide was very enthusiastic and passionate about the Mayans though one had to carefully listen to hear through his accent. Be prepared to pay a...More

Thank RobertColette
Reviewed yesterday

We decided to hire our own car to visit Chichen Itza (we are staying in Playa del carmen) based on some other reviews and I would highly recommend visiting in this manner. We stayed in a cheap hotel overnight in Valladollid in order to arrive...More

Thank Sarah H
Reviewed yesterday

Visited this location with my family as a cruise ship excursion. It was absolutely BREATHTAKING! Yes, there were several people trying to sell their goods for "almost free", but Mexico is a poor country. Keep walking if you don't want to buy. These pyramids are...More

Thank Lisa M
Reviewed yesterday

I generally get to places and receive the surpire they are not as breath taking as they look on the pictures online, but this one definetly is! Make sure to get uo early, it´s a 2 hour drive from Cancun and it is HOOOOT! Make...More

Thank Dani M
Reviewed yesterday

I will never regret our visit to Chichen Itza. It was absolutely majestic. I would recommend everyone see it in their lifetime. However, having said that, if I get the chance to go back , I will do it on my own instead of through...More

Thank 1TallGirl
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you are in the area you must arrange a tour to come here , you could spend hours walking around. We spent two hours walking around with our tour guide alfonso who was brilliant.

Thank Gillbee15
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

One one the most beautiful places I have ever seen, if you traveling in Mexico you should visit Mayan pyramids. Entrance fee little bit higher than expected but it's worth it

Thank Art L
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We did this tour with Experencias Xcaret Tour group and it was truly amazing. The Mayan Ruins are a must see when visiting Cancun. They are not in Quintana Roo, they're a 2hour drive away in the state of Yucatán. On the way back we...More

Thank Audi C
Reviewed 2 days ago

Jaw-dropping site,but always and obviously overcrowded..This is one of the most beautiful archeological sites on earth, but sadly one of the most commercially exploited too

Thank lucadambro
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

My husband and I visited the Mayan ruins during our honeymoon and loved it, so much history and beauty everywhere, we bought a few souvenirs to bring home and the sales people were more than happy to negotiate and were very welcoming too. It's worth...More

Thank Irena K
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Hi, mnortiz. What would you like to know about this attraction? We are planning on renting a car and driving ourselves since there are 6 in our group. What is the cost per person to get in and can I pay for a guide there also?
11 June 2017|
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Response from Muducame | Reviewed this property |
It's like 15 usd pp, it depends on the exchange rate that day, but no more than that, there are specialized guides inside the place, next to the ticket office, you can also buy an English pocket guide book at the convenience... More
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How much is it to get in? Every time I click on the 'website' link it says forbidden!
23 May 2017|
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Response from Cruiser_D_R | Reviewed this property |
the entrance is 232 Pesos, that was 2016. Have fun
Rona C
We are staying at Bahia Principle Akumal Don Pablo. Can anyone tell me how far away the Chichen itza is? Also best way to travel, taxi, tour, public transport?! Not keen to hire a car!
20 May 2017|
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Response from AWiseConsumer | Reviewed this property |
Its a little more than two hours away from you. Take a tour , book it thru your hotel. I used cacun adventures they were great.admission is cheaper for groups, you'll get to hear more about the place, they will supply you... More