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Chichen Itzna is super easy and safe to get to by rental car, ADO bus or tour bus. The entrance price is reasonable and the site is not too crowded. Wear comfy shoes, sunblock, bug spray, hat. No swimming in cenote so dont wear a...More
Incredible and spectacular place. So interesting and we had a very good guide who knew the place backwards. You just can’t fail to be impressed by the ingenuity and incredible engineering talents.
But there are so many traders lining the entrance and exit and so...More
We took this wonderful tour of Chichen Itza that we booked through Carnival cruise line. It was amazing. We docked in Progresso, Mexico. Where the tour bus and 2 knowledgeable guides were waiting on us. During our 2 hour drive they stopped to allow us...More
My wife and my 2 teenagers daughters had one of the best experiences we have had so far. As best, you can do the tour is going in private transportation, although it is a little more expensive, but avoid arriving in the hours where there...More
This is one of the seven wonders of the world. When you visit, you will understand why but you must be smart about it. Unfortunately, throughout the years, this beautiful place has been overrun with vendors and tourists alike. If you want to visit and...More
Chichen Itza is an amazing place. I have been to many ancient sites in Mexico and Central America, and Chichen Itza is one of the most unique and awe inspiring. El Castillo, the iconic step pyramid that comes to mind when most people think of...More
We visited Chichen Itza as part of an excursion from our resort (Princess Riviera). Our excursion went from 7am to 7 pm. It's about a 2.5 venture from the Playa del Carmen area by bus. I want to say we got there around 10ish and...More
Chichen Itza ruins with a private tour from Melicia Dzib Diaz. She was absolutely amazing in every way and made the tour so interesting. She was so very knowledgeable about the Mayan culture, being Mayan herself and very enthusiastic and enlightening in her descriptions of...More
I'd try to book a tour from your ship as it may be tight doing it all in one day. We left our hotel at 5.50am and arrived back at 7.15pm so it was a long day. Also if you book on board and there's a delay, the ship will wait... More
I'd try to book a tour from your ship as it may be tight doing it all in one day. We left our hotel at 5.50am and arrived back at 7.15pm so it was a long day. Also if you book on board and there's a delay, the ship will wait whereas they won't if you take a private tour so would be worth paying extra for peace of mind. Whenever we cruise and have a full day excursion, we book on board.
Chichen Itza is a must though. Enjoy!
We went on a coach trip with TUI from Cancun last November it was our best day trip by far👍🏼 Don’t worry about what time you arrive as the area around all the ruins/pyramids are massive. We were there at a busy time of... More
We went on a coach trip with TUI from Cancun last November it was our best day trip by far👍🏼 Don’t worry about what time you arrive as the area around all the ruins/pyramids are massive. We were there at a busy time of the day but it wasn’t a problem took some beautiful pics and the vendors don’t hassle you unless you walk up to their stalls and that’s just business. We also swam in a cenote and visited a local village, we’ve hire cars on most our trips but were so happy we didn’t on this one as our coach guide was so informative👍🏼 Anyway either way you’ll have fun....enjoy😎