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Chichen Itza Sunrise

chichen-itza-equinoxChichen Itza is visited every day by thousands of tourists. Visit Chichen Itza before the mainstream of visitors get to the ruins and enjoy the peace and solitude while your guide explains everything about the city and the Maya. Then you’ll drive to a beautiful restaurant in the jungle, next to a cenote where you can go swimming bevor your lunch. Visit the old colonial town of Valladolid and the monastery.

 

 What will you see?

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Chichen Itza (in the mouth of the Itza spring)

Chichen Itza is located about 400 km west of Cancun and is probably the most famous Mayan ruin city in the Yucatan. Chichen Itza, founded around 400 A.D, had its heyday from 800 to 1200 AD and was the center of political, religious, and military power in the Yucatan. In its architecture is a gradual change of the architectural style, starting with the one in the Puuc style in Uxmal ruins and other cities in Yucatan and reached its peak with the Maya - Toltec style, recognizable by their similarity to the style in Tula, the ancient capital of the Toltecs, Oaxaca and other Toltec ruins cities along the Gulf Coast. Chichen Itza was a very large Mayan city with many inhabitants, who lived scattered around the religious zone that we now know as the ruins. Despite the large population, there was plenty of drinking water by many leading water caves and cenotes in the region. On a tour of the city, you will learn about the history of the Maya and Chichen Itza.

 

cenote ik kil 01Cenote Ik Kil
Ik Kil is one of the most beautiful Cenotes in Yucatan, even Red Bull is coming here every other year for their cliff diving contests. At the Cenote, you can go swimming to refresh yourself after visiting the ruins, before you'll have lunch.

 

restaurant 02Restaurant Ik Kil
Enjoy a delicious lunch Maya style in a beautiful restaurant with an amazing view over the Cenote. At the buffet, you can choose from the salad bar, fish, and between Maya specialties like Cochinita Pibil or Pollo Pibil, accompanied by rice or tortillas. 1 soda is included.

 
 

valladolid convent 01Valladolid
Established in 1543 by the Spanish Conquistador Francisco de Montejo and named by him after the former capital of Spain. In 1545 Valladolid was built in its current location over a city of the Maya named Saki 'or Zaci-Val, where the buildings were torn down in order to use the stones for the Spanish buildings. Visit the square, the cathedral, and the Palacio Municipal. Visit the old Monastery; build in the 15 hundreds, learn how the monks used to live there, and see the old weapons found in the Monastery’s Cenote, from the Monastery you’ll have a last stop at the Zocalo (town square) before you leave for your hotel.

See more photos in our gallery.

Details

Duration:
05:30 am - 4:00 pm
Transportation:
VAN with A/C

What is included?

  • transportation
  • entrance fees
  • expert guides
  • lunch

What is not included?

  • drinks at lunch
  • tips
 

What to bring?

  • shoes or closed sandals
  • sun lotion
  • bug spray
  • pocket money

Availability

Please check availabiltiy first before making your reservation.

Pricelist

 

# PERSONSPRICE per Person
1 $ 469.00
2 $ 259.00
3 $ 199.00
4 $ 149.00
5 $ 139.00
6 $ 129.00
7 $ 119.00
8 $ 109.00

 

tukan 2All prices are calculated for pick ups in Playa del Carmen. For pickups from hotels south and north of Playa del Carmen an additional charge of 30,- US per tour, for pick ups from Tulum and Cancun 50.- US, Playa Mujeres 75,- US and Costa Mujeres 100,- US  per tour applies, payable at pick up.

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