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Chichen Itza Day Trip from Cancun

From US$64,50
Highlights
  • Travel to Chichen Itza with ease on a day trip from Cancun 
  • Learn fascinating history on a guided tour of the ruins
  • Stop for a refreshing swim at Cenote Ik Kil 
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Chichen Itza Day Trip from Cancun
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Chichen Itza Day Trip from Cancun
From US$64,50
Overview
Any trip to the Cancun area should include the UNESCO-listed Chichen Itza. Travel to the Mayan ruins with ease and efficiency on this full-day tour, which includes a buffet lunch, as well as hotel pickup and drop-off from Cancun. This guided tour provides crucial historical details, and you’ll also have time to explore independently. Plus, you’ll stop at Cenote Ik Kil for a refreshing swim along the way.
What to Expect
Departing from your Cancun hotel, you’ll head straight to Chichen Itza in an air-conditioned coach.

After your guide provides a historical introduction to the Mayan ruins, you’ll stop at Cenote Ik Kil for a refreshing swim.

Dry off and continue the journey to Chichen Itza, where you’ll begin a guided tour on arrival. Visit highlights such as the iconic Kukulcan Pyramid (El Castillo), the Temple of the Warriors, and the Ball Court, famed for its enigmatic acoustics.

Following time for independent exploration, satisfy your appetite with a buffet lunch including fresh salads, soups, meat, and fish.

This Chichen Itza tour concludes with drop-off at your Cancun hotel.
Reviews (1 423)

1 - 5 of 29 reviews

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Monunents great but overall poor

Visited chechen itza in sept 2017 and must say that the tour itself wasnt great and we wouldnt recommend. Although Chechen Itza was great to walk around we found there was just too many venders everywhere you walked and we couldnt enjoy walking around as...More

1  Thank Craighoggy33
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
The highlight of this years holiday.

We did this trip through Xcaret tours. Last year we used the same company for a tour from Cancun to Caba and Tulum. This years trip to Chichen Itza was exceptional. Although it is 2 hours by bus to the site, we made a few...More

1  Thank Michael F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Too many cheap made in China artifacts.

The site is wonderful. The lights show was worth waiting for. A little further along the road we stopped for a late lunch at a local motel, bar There were four in my party, cheaper to hire a car 50$ (US) 600$mx tolls plus the...More

1  Thank johnboybarks
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
One of the seven wonders of the world and rightly so

Went on TUI organised trip from Riviera Maya. This is a must do trip and we paid a premium to be first in before all the vendors had set up and the place was crawling with people. Tour guides all follow a similar narrative about...More

Thank Welby1000
Reviewed 5 March 2018 via mobile
Incredible site but overun with vendors & tourists

The native handicrafts stop is a waste of time & money. Offering a terrible exchange rate if you'd like a coffee or anything. Chichinicha was best visited 20 years ago. Not sure it is worth going to even with its incredible ball court and pyramid....More

5  Thank chrismestes