In addition to sandy-white beaches, Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula contains some of the world’s most impressive archaeological sites. Most tours only focus on one attraction at a time, but this unique combo visit will allow you to tick off two archaeological parks in a single day. Plus, groups are limited to only 10 people, so you’ll be guaranteed an intimate excursion.
You’ll enjoy comfortable hotel pickup from Playa del Carmen, where you’ll settle back for a scenic drive to Chichen Itza. Get ready for an in-depth guided tour through the Maya ruins, which includes well-preserved attractions, such as the Temple of the Jaguar and the Ball Court, which once hosted deadly athletic tournaments. You’ll have time to explore relics at your own pace before heading to a local cenote, considered sacred by the Mayas, for a refreshing, one-of-a-kind swim.
After a savory buffet lunch, you’ll head to Ek Balam, where another informative guided tour awaits. Explore intact Maya monuments, as you learn about the advanced civilization and wander the ancient grounds.
Your trip ends with hotel drop-off, so you’ll only have to focus on the sights.