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."
"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
Cancun Super Saver: Exclusive Early Access to Chichen Itza plus Early Access to Tulum Ruins with an Archaeologist Guide
"Day 1 or 2 — Viator Exclusive: Early Access to Chichen Itza with a Private ArchaeologistYour tour starts with hotel pickup in Cancun in the very early morning so when you arrive at Chichen Itza you can enjoy this tranquil time of day with your archaeologist guide during your in-depth experience.During your tour hear background information about the well-preserved site of Chichen Itza and learn how this pre-Colombian city played an important role in Maya civilization from the years 600 to 1200 AD. A center of worship and pilgrimage until the Spanish arrived the site is still considered sacred by the Yucatán’s present-day Maya population.Learn how the city was discovered and unearthed by archaeologists
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...