Amazing breathtaking pyramid really is breathtaking had a amazing experience with the tour guide with all stories that he gave the tour however if you go on a hot day bring water ! It's very humid in the bush !
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I have reviewed the wider Chichen Itza elsewhere but thought I'd say something specific about the main attraction, the Kukulcan Pyramid or also known as El Castillo, the castle. This is a truly wonderful structure which has been lovingly restored and finished superbly on two...More
Loved our day trip to Chichen Itza. How the ancient mayans built this is as mind boggling as how the Egyptians built their pyramids. It's highly recommended to hire a tour guide like we did as these guys go into great detail into what you're...More
This is a must see. Rightfully designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it's hard to grasp it all in one visit. Although the pyramid, the most magnificent structure left from the Mayan world is surely the focal point, the surrounding area is replete with...More
When I visited Chichen Itza fifteen years ago, you could climb the pyramid, and I did. You can't climb it now, but I probably wouldn't have tried it because I'm a bit older! Our guide told us that someone called the area "Chicken Pizza" perhaps...More
April - May are the hottest month here. Be prepared to brace the heat. A big hat is advisable unless you want to carry the silly pink umbrellas..:) around. I was taken back and humbled when I saw the ruins. Apparently, they knew a thing...More
Incredible structures from one of the most intelligent people in the world - the Mayans. Definitely worth a visit. It's a shame you cannot climb the pyramid. Very hot! The tour company we booked with provided umbrellas to shelter you from the sun which was...More
A must see site. Just be prepared for a all day tour from Cancún. If you choose to visit the Cenote Ik kil the tour will be longer, check if lunch is included in the package.
The tallest pyramid in Chichen Itza, and ancient relic left over from the Mayan culture. The temple was used for meditation and religious practices of Mayan kings and was used to warship the Sun god. It is certainly a must to see this grand structure...More
We took our time to see every building in this so easily navigatable complex and it took us exactly 4 hours. Indeed: come early!