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Early Access Guided Tour to Chichen Itza with Lunch Buffet
US$47.00 per adult
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Skip the Line: Entrance Ticket to Chichen Itza
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US$67.90 per adult
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VIP Chichen Itza Private Tour
US$214.36 per adult
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Chichen Itza Private Tour with Sacred Cenote and Authentic Lunch
US$238.00 per adult
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Early Access to Chichen Itza + Lunch & optional Valladolid and Swim at a Cenote
US$43.00 per adult
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The best tour to Chichén Itzá for the best price, Valladolid and Cenote included
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The best tour to Chichén Itzá for the best price, Valladolid and Cenote included

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. The best tour to Chichén Itzá for the best price, the professional team will take you to one of the most important archeological sites in Mexico.<br><br>There is only a fee per person you will pay at the moment of the pick up.<br><br>Chichén Itzá is one of the main archaeological sites of the Yucatan Peninsula, in Mexico and we will provide you a complete tour guided to discover this emblematic and full of history place. Chichen Itza was a city or a ceremonial center, which passed through various construction periods and influences of the different towns that occupied it and that drove it from its foundation. The Chichen Itza archaeological zone was inscribed in the list of the World Heritage by Unesco in 1988 On July 7, 2007, the Temple of Kukulcán, located in Chichén Itza, was recognized as one of the New Seven Wonders of the Modern World.<br><br>We will also visit VALLADOLID (magic town in Mexico) and our Amazing Cenote where you will enjoy the nature swimming in the deepest of the Jungle
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Tony B wrote a review 18 Jan
Jacksonville, Florida28 contributions24 helpful votes
Vendors out number the visitors. You can’t take in the splendor without being harassed. $25 each to get inside to only be harangued non stop. The park managers are destroying the attraction by allowing this.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Phillip M wrote a review 18 Jan
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania65 contributions36 helpful votes
This whole site is a gift shop, so it was somewhat ironic that they have one at the exit. If you are really into archaeology, go to nearby Ek Balam or Coba. Their ruins are more impressive and there is not a vendor tugging at your arm every 5 minutes. I have been to some VERY touisty spots before (Athens, Egypt, Paris, etc, etc) and this is by far the worst. It also costs $25 per person, even for students and the eldery, plus their is a "tax." I hope this is not people's only experience with Mayan archaeological sites, they are not all like this.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Estrella F wrote a review 13 Jan
United States291 contributions33 helpful votes
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Ever since Chichén Itzá was named one of the New Wonders of the World, it has received much more attention, and with enough reasons. Chichén Itzá is such a wonderful place that takes you back time once you enter the site. The great Pyramid, the Thousand columns, the wall of the skulls and the Temple of the warriors are some of the many places you can visit here. Everywhere you look at, there is a story and so much history all around. I am so proud of taking the time of visiting this once forgotten place. Definitely worth a thousand more visits.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Vivian wrote a review 10 Jan
Mexico City, Mexico3 contributions2 helpful votes
The ruins are beautiful but be careful with scams. We drove from Merida on the toll road. Once you get past the toll some official looking people stop you and they have this huge production. They say that the line to get to chichen itza is two hours long and that the parking is full. They offer a “shorter” line and a buffet. This is a lie, don’t fall for it. Parking was easy and there was no line to get in.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Caroline R wrote a review 8 Jan
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A must see. We went with our 5 kids (ages 6-16). I recomend preparing them ahead of time watching movies and fun facts about the ruins, mesoamerican people, and mexican culture in general (exemple road to El Dorado, Disney’s Coco). It is a long day. And may be tiresome for the little ones. Binoculars, maps and other explorer gear (think Dora the explorer and Diego and Indiana Jones) helps them cope.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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