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Day Trip to Chichen Itza with Cenote Swim and Lunch

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  • An informative private tour of Chichen Itza with cenote swim
  • Understand the history of the Maya ruins with commentary from a guide
  • Enjoy a savory buffet lunch
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Day Trip to Chichen Itza with Cenote Swim and Lunch
From US$ 48.00
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Hotel Pick Up at Hotel ZoneMost Popular
This tour includes pick up from hotels within the Hotel Zone of Cancun up to Presidente Intercontinental Hotel
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Meeting Point Hotel Zone
If you're staying at a hotel within the Hotel Zone of Cancun please head to Hotel Presidente Intercontinental at 07:50 a.m.
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Meeting Point Cancun
If you're staying at any hotel in Cancún centro, Playa Mujeres and all center of Cancun, please head to the Oasis Smart Hotel at 07:45 a.m.
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Overview

Chichen Itza is an ancient Maya city in Mexico that was abandoned in the 15th century. Now a UNESCO World Heritage-listed archaeological park, its intact temples and famous stepped pyramids may be explored during this comprehensive guided tour, which tops off fun-filled history lessons with a swim in a sacred limestone waterhole. A savory buffet lunch is included.

What to Expect

Your tour will begin with hotel pickup in a comfortable private vehicle, where you can settle back for a scenic ride to Chichen Itza, one of the Yucatan’s most spectacular sites.

Learn firsthand about the people that inhabited this ancient Maya capital. The incredible, well-preserved ruins are difficult to understand without a knowledgeable guide, but you'll see the once-thriving city brought back to life with fun-filled and informative stories.

Learn about the history and culture of the powerful Mayas, from their unique pantheon of gods to high-tech astronomical discoveries. Admire the stone-carved serpent heads on the gigantic stepped pyramid of El Castillo and discover the deadly secrets behind Juego de Pelota (Great Ball Court), where sports tournaments ended in human sacrifices.

After touring the park—the Yucatan’s largest archaeological site—stop for an authentic buffet lunch. Before heading back to your hotel, you’ll have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to cool off in a limestone swimming hole, known as a cenote. Considered sacred by the Mayas, these underwater caverns make for a memorable dip.

The tour ends when your private vehicle drops you off at your hotel.

Reviews (249)
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Reviewed yesterday
One of worlds 7 wonders!

Guides were were informative: gave many interesting details. It is a long way to travel and there were tons of people. Disappointed that there were actually not all that many ruins to see. Tight schedule: not much time at cenote. Cenote also very difficult/hazardous to...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank gernates
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Chichen Itza tour

waking at 4am and start the tour early is very very advisable to avoid the large crowd. Frank is an excellent tour guide. he knows what he is talking about the Mayan history. If you want to have an awesome tour, go with him. And...More

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josearo, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Amigo Tours, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Hello Ken! Thank you so much for your comments, we're glad to know you had a wonderful time with us. We work every day to provide the best service to all our clients because we love what we do. We hope you to come back...More

Reviewed 5 days ago
Definitely do this!

If you're thinking of booking this tour...just do it! I thought it was wonderful, the pick up was right on time, the bus was spacious, air conditioned, the tour guide Rodigo was absolutely wonderful, incredibly knowledgeable about Mayan history, he taught us basics on the...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Ozlem418
josearo, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Amigo Tours, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Hello! Thank you so much for your comments, we're glad to know you had the opportunity to visit Chichen Itzá and the Cenote with us. We work every day to provide the best service to all our clients because we love what we do. We...More

Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Amazing!

This was definitely the highlight of my trip to Playa. Throughout my visit I noticed lots of people selling you your guides to Chichén Itzá but they are extremely overpriced... I was glad I found this deal on TripAdvisor! This tour was cheap, amazing, and...More

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josearo, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Amigo Tours, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Hello Jean Pierre! Thank you so much for your comments, we're glad to know you had a wonderful time with us. We work every day to provide the best service to all our clients because we love what we do. We hope you to come...More

Reviewed 1 week ago
No service

The Amigo tours promised to pick me up at 7:00 am Dec.02 My wife and myself were there 6:55 however they didn't show up. I've sent them a five emais but they sent me just one reply refusing to issue a refund. I will tell...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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josearo, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Amigo Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hello Marat. Thank you very much for your comments; we are sorry you weren't able to use the service with us. Let me inform you that your booking was a No Show, we were at the pick up location more than the regulatory time and...More

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Albert L
16 December 2018|
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I've seen two different ceynote's posted with this trip in the Q&A, which one does it actually go to by this tour group?
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Global609867
15 December 2018|
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Response from Jean Pierre B | Reviewed this property |
There are many Cenotes by Tulum... cenotes are just what the water holes are called. No shoes necessary. Just jump into the water hole and enjoy the swim. The hole is too deep for you to reach the bottom...
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Explorer716453
10 December 2018|
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