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Chichen Itzá Ruins Tour with Visit to Valladolid Colonial City and Mayapan Distillery
"You will be picked up from your Tulum or Playa del Carmen hotel between 6:30 and 7am and taken to Chichen Itzá ruins where you will have a 2-hour guided tour. Afterwards you will visit Valladoid City where you can do some sightseeing and enjoy is the 2nd most visited archaeological site of Mexico today. The Kukulkan Pyramid in Chichen-Itza which known as “El Castillo” (the castle) is one of the new seven wonders of the world elected in 07.07.2007. It is exactly 24 meters high considering the upper platform.    Apart from the Kukulkan Pyramid in Chichen Itza there many other archaeological sites to visit all carrying traces from Mayan Culture in many ways. Chichen-Itza is located in the Yucatan Peninsula between Merida and Valladolid and is only 120 km from Merida.Valladolid Also known as the Sultaness of the East Yucatán’s third-largest city is known for its quiet streets and sun-splashed
From $169.00
 
Chichen Itza Private Tour with Cenote from Playa del Carmen
"Your tour begins with private hotel pickup in Playa del Carmen. From there you'll drive to Chichen Itza to enjoy a private tour and see the main landmarks such as Kukulkan Castle known as The Pyramid and many other platforms with many sculptures and representations of feathered serpents and Chaac masks.See the ball game and learn what it represents with its engravings and glyphs and its meaning according to the sacred pag known as The Snail and see The Church. After a great tour of Chichen Itza you'll enjoy time at Cenote Dzipnut. Here you can cool off in its water and have a relaxing time. The cenote is subterranean and you will enter it through its stone stairway. In this type of cenotes the water is usually 20-21 degrees Celsius.You'll finish the tour at the town of Valladolid where you can enjoy a 3-course Yucatecan lunch before heading back to your hotel."
From $550.00
 
Chichen Itza and Valladolid Private Tour
"Depart from your hotel towards Chichen Itza where you will will need about two and a half hours for a comprehensive visit. Afterwards you will cool off at a centoe swim and admire the geological formations produced sixty five million years ago!A traditional lunch is offered in a local's favorite restaurant away from the crowds where you will be presented with a selection of the most representative dishes of you will enjoy a city tour of colonial Valladolid. You will will be taken back to your hotel after the tour is over.""""Get to know one of the 7 Marvels of the Modern world at the Chichen Itza Archaeological site and Valladolid private tour. Learn about the intellectual development of the Maya their beliefs and cosmogony
From $445.00

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Municipal Bazar

The building was originally build as a residence, but when the owner died during construction, it was left unfinished. It underwent various uses such as a sports complex, but in the 1960's the mayor...
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Museo Regional de San Roque (Valladolid Museum)

Originally in the 16th century, this building was a convent. It still looks like one from outside, but it is no longer as somber as in those times. Today, it is home to a free museum, sometimes...
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Dzitnup cenote

In Yucatan water flows quickly to a low level, being accessible through big holes called "cenotes". We visited this one, a big cave with a natural pool inside. It was cool, and no one risked a swim,...
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solopes
May 07, 2016

City centre

This calm city, displayed around a central garden bordered by the church and some typical buildings, was a good opportunity to start living real Mexico, after a week in the artificial paradise of...
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solopes
Mar 12, 2015

Swimming in cenotes Samula and Dzitnup

We paid 50 pesos for a taxi to take us to Cenotes Dzitnup and Samula, about 7 km away from town. The 2 cenotes are right next to each other. Water is crystal clear with fishes swimming around and the...
jiaseto
Jan 04, 2011

Private Mexican folk art museum

WOW!You won't believe how much art this retired American couple has collected over 30 years....over 3,000 pieces. The live in a restored 400 year old hacienda style house about 1/3 block from the town...
diehardtraveler
Nov 17, 2010
 
 
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Ek Balam

Near my hotel i could share a taxi with some Mexican people who were waiting at the same stop. The taxi leaves untill it is full and you share the price. Think as tourist you pay more but ok.The first...
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dila
Aug 12, 2009

Zaci cenote

Swim in cool ( cold ) waters like the Myans did 2000 years ago in the Zaci cenote, which is the original Myan name for Valladolid. Just to take a walk on the path is a refreshing respite from the...
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brkilbourne
Jun 15, 2009

Cenote Zaci

The French couple and me wanted to see Cenote Zaci. we arrived at 17.10 and it was closed.But some nice guard let us go to the restaurant and from here we could make some nice pictures.Open...
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dila
Aug 06, 2008

Cenote Dzitnup (Xkakah) (Xkeken)

3 march 2008Tina (German girl i met at Chichen Itza) wanted to see the cenote Dzitnup so i joined her.We paid 200 pesos for a taxi together (think that was a lot to much) so 100 each.He would bring us...
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dila
Aug 06, 2008

Chichén Itzá

3 march 2008I took the bus from 7.15 from Valladolid to Chichén Itzá at the busstation i met a german girl Tina and we stayed together. (It is always nice to have some pictures of yourself)Bus cost 20...
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dila
Aug 06, 2008

Lots to do in Lil' Valladolid

I read very little in the tour books about Valladolid, except that it was an important site in the Caste War for Mayan independence (it did not end well for the Maya). Valladolid is a small, but...
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poortrekkers
Apr 28, 2008

Church of San Bernardino

A 10-minute walk southwest of town takes you to the Church of San Bernardino and the Convent of Sisal. The church and convent date to the mid 16th century. From the high walls, it's clear that they...
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dek516
Mar 22, 2008

The Cenotes

If you go to Valladolid, you MUST leave time to visit one of the two cenotes outside of town-- Ditznup or Samula. There is also one in town, Zaci, that looks far less appealing. Cenotes are...
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Mar 22, 2008

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