Round trip transportation
Guided tour and free time in Chichen Itza.
•Visit to artisan’s village.
Regional Lunch Buffet (drinks not included during lunch)
Temazcal Experience with Mayan Shaman
Bottled water, soft drinks & Beer
Wet refreshing wipes
Vegetarian and Vegan optional menu
Life Vest & Locker Rental
Drinks During Lunch
Extra change of clothes
•Bring Bathing Suit and Towel
•If you use Sunscreen or mosquito repellent, please make sure they are bio degradable.
Extra money for souvenirs
COVID-19 Health and Safety Measures
•Free charge cancelation at least 48 hours in advance before the start of the tour. • For private tours, cancellation received less than 48 Hours before the services begin: You will be charged 20% cancellation fee. Cancellation received 24 hours before services begin: You will be charged 50% cancellation fee. Cancellation received 24 hours or less before the service no refunds will apply. You will be charged a 100% cancellation fee (no refund). • If travelers miss the by failing to be on time and place. No refunds will be given. In case of force majeure or cancellation due to inclement weather, it may be rescheduled for another time or day according to availability.
What would be the best time to chose my hotel Pickup?
7:00 am or 8:00 am is a good time to start .
What is a Temazcal?
Temazcal is a low heat sweat lodge. It was used by ancient Mesoamerican indigenous peoples. For improving health and healing the sick as well spiritual healing. The term comes from the Nahuatl word “temāzcalli “. It is regularly shaped like a dome, representing the uterus. The steam inside is produced by pouring water over preheated stones. The use medicinal herbs and or scents like copal are commonly used. Some of the health benefits related to the Temazcal: Relieves contractions, helps improve circulatory system and its defenses, helps detoxify the body, stimulates skin regeneration, helps varicose vein problems. Body and mind relaxation and a sense of a special connection with oneself and mother earth.
How active do I need to be to take this tour?
Most of the pathways around Chichen Itza are flat and paved. There will be moderate walking during the guided tour, which lasts over an hour, but plenty of shaded areas to sit and rest. Swimming in the cenote is optional, and life vests are required.
What do I see on this Chichen Itza tour?
El Castillo, the Temple of Warriors, and the Great Ball Court are some of the famous places you’ll see, but expect your guide to show you other important landmarks such as the North Temple, the Steam Bath, Sacbe Number One, and El Mercado.
Why was Chichen Itza famous?
Typically, some 1.8 million people travel to see Chichen Itza. Upon arriving you’ll quickly see why it is a UNESCO-designated site that was once the ancient city of the Itza people. One of the most spectacular sights is at spring and autumn equinoxes when a shadow zigzags down the side of El Castillo, representing the feathered serpent king, Kukulkan. Whether it was intended, or a delightful accident of the builders, will be something we talk about on tour
Is Chichen Itza worth visiting?
For us in Mexico, Chichen Itza represents the ingenuity of our Mayan ancestors. The grounds are connected by a network of roads called sacbe, and to think many of these stone monuments have survived thousands of years is astonishing. Standing before the nearly 100-foot-tall pyramid El Castillo, with its 365 stone steps, is a sight you won’t forget.
Is the water in the Cenote shallow?
The waters are deep and swimming skills are required. For your safety life vests are available.
Is the entrance fee to Chichen Itza included in my ticket?
The entrance fee for the archaeological site is included as well as the entrance to the Cave Cenote