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If you are a history nerd like me you can’t come to Mexico without visiting this site. I We used the tour company based at the hotel (Bahia principal) and paid 90 USD which I didn’t think was bad as we also visited the cenote...More
There’s a good article entitled what I wished I knew before visiting Chichen Itza that was very helpful. There are tons of vendors inside and outside the attraction. We hired a English speaking guide that was an official attraction guide but his English was not...More
Chichén itza is amazing! Surreal even. It is a must see if you are in the area. . However, the pathways lined with vendors who block you from walking, catcall out to you and follow you take away from this majestic place. Please remove the...More
You can’t go all this way and not visit Chechen Itza the history of the place is amazing. We went on a guided tour and definitely worth the time and effort. If you get the chance to go then go you won’t be disappointed.
A must see when in this part of the world, we were very glad we opted to take an excursion here. Plenty to walk around and see at the site itself, not just the main pyramid.
Would check out which excursion you take though- as...More
This is a must see while in Yucatan, it's one of the new 7 wonders of the world. It was amazing to see it, unforgettable experience. It's great we still have the opportunity to see something like this so if you like a bit of...More
A must see if your in the Yucatan, amazing place. We visited in June 2018 and had a fantastic experience with our local tour guide who we found on face book and took us to some fantastic places. It is a bit of a trek...More
Chichen Itza is no doubt, the most famous and recognizable site for Mayan ruins there is. Cenotes are natural swimming holes scattered around the area, and most tours to Chichen Itza will take you to one. Enjoy!
We have been disappointing by the price : 481 pesos per person without guide. Inside, there is very few boards with explanations. And this is full of vendors. Was great but price is definitevely too high.
Better go by a car yourself and not with booked agency daily tour.
In site we were set with site english local tour-guiee which
was less informative and did short tour.
Inssit to have full tour from local site guides