- 12 hours (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
Enjoy a day trip to Chichen Itza and see its magic and mystery. You'll explore the main landmarks of this archaeological zone which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and learn of its importance from a knowledgeable guide. See the Pyramid of Kukulcan, Temple of Warriors, observatory and more. You'll also enjoy a delicious buffet lunch and get to swim in a beautiful cenote. Your tour includes pickup and drop-off at Meeting Point in Tulum ( Grocery Store Super Aki )
- Ideal choice for families
- Step back in time on a history tour
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
- Guided visit
- Certified bilingual guide
- Lunch - Buffet lunch
- Pickup and drop-off in Tulum Meeting Point San Francisco de Asis Store
- Visit to a sacred cenote
- Entry/Admission - Cenote Saamal
- Drinks during lunch
- State Tax applies Per Access of $260 MXP or its equivalent in USD
Súper Akí Tulum
Traveler pickup is offered
Meeting Point at Main Entrance Grocery Store SUPER AKI on Avenue Cobá Carretera Federal Tulum Ruinas s/n, by Carretera Federal y Av. Tulum Oriente, 77780 Tulum, Q.R.
Between 7am and 8am
Returns to original departure point
Tuesday and Thursday
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Pass By: Tulum Archaeological Site, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula
Pick-up at Super aqui in front of Tulum Ruins
Stop At: Templo de Kukulkan, Chichen Itza, Yucatan Peninsula
Main pyramid at Chichen Itza
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Chichen Itza, Chichen Itza, Yucatan Peninsula
One of the main Mayan cities
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Temple of the Warriors, Chichen Itza, Yucatan Peninsula
Main pyramid at Chichen Itza
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Cenote Saamal, Valladolid, Yucatan Peninsula
Duration: 1 hour
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Children ages 3 years and under are free, but their seats are subject to availability. They may have to ride on their parents' laps if seats are not available
- It is recommended that you bring comfortable lightweight clothing, walking shoes or sneakers, a hat, sunglasses, a swimsuit, a towel, an extra change of clothes and biodegradable sunscreen
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Chichen Itza is defiantly a must see its best if you have a local guild like we had, you here a lot more truths and its great to get a more accurate account for the site not the company line. we spent the afternoon on google confirming his info very interesting stuff. The cenote was not the best in the area and just a tourist trap with a sales pitch. However our guild pointed out a small one that we sneaked off to and it a was beautiful picture perfect spot. The food was bland and cheep buffet food if it wasn't for the long drive back i would say skip this but as there is nothing else around you are limited on where to go.
Very informative! Our guides were very friendly and knowledgeable. All around a great time! Highly recommend.
Great day trip to Chichen Itza! Could have used more than 40 minutes at the Cenote way too rushed. Shopping after lunch felt pressured and too much time allowed.
Martin was a wonderful tour guide and happy birthday! The van ride was comfortable and the tour was really interesting and thorough. I felt that we had plenty of time in each location.
The only inconvenience was meeting the bus pickup at 7am at a random supermarket 10-15 minutes away from our beach-side Tulum hotel. We had partly booked the tour because of the supposed hotel pickup. In fact, we'd even input our hotel name when booking. The change of plans was noted in the fine print of our ticket voucher, so we ended up paying additional taxi fees to/from our hotel.
This day trip was amazing! We had just the right amount of time at every location: cenote, lunch, Chichen Itza, and Villadolid. Our tour guide Martin went above and beyond! He truly spoke from his heart when talking about the Mayan people.It was a long drive, however Martin was super knowledgeable and shared a ton of stories throughout the tour. 100 recommend this to everyone!
Chichen Itza is a must to see and we had a great guide who is passionate about the history. She was bilingual to such an extent that it was just a little difficult to hear where she changed from Spanish to English and some of the scandinavian travellers felt they would have preferred a single language tour.
The other downside is that from Tulum we had a 2 hour pick up before we got started and I think if we hadn't come straight back to Tulum from the Cenote at the end I too would have been a bit miffed.
That said, the lunch stop and visit to the Mayan cooking area and shop was brilliant. The restaurant was clean, the buffet food tasty and extensive and the staff friendly and helpful.
Our guide warned us that the site at Chichen Itza was full of 3 families of over 1000 souvenir sellers so we were prepared but the continuous sound of fairground type barkers including hundreds selling a conch type thing that sounded like a dog barking is something the custodians need to address. They should take a look at Tulum Ruins where you pass through the Disney and souvenir area on your way in and out but the Mayan historical area is wonderfully relaxing and able to be enjoyed in relative peace.
The Cenote was very interesting too and if it hadn't been raining I think more of us would have walked down inside and swum. Our loss.
Overall a very good trip and one not to be missed.
I would suggest calling the phone number given to confirm a specific pick up time and place. The tour reps gave us reliable information and we showed up at our pick-up time and place. We were picked up right on time! I appreciate that. We made a stop at a resort in Playa Del Carmen and then we picked up our tour guide off the road. That was weird but it's whatever. We went to a convenience store before heading into Valladolid for a 20 minute walk-around the colonial city. This tour makes a stop at another location we were not aware would happen but the tour guide was informative throughout so we weren't surprised when we'd make a stop. Chichen Itza was beautiful! We did 20 minutes of exploring/taking pictures, then our tour guide walked us through the history for 45 minutes, and then he gave us another 45 minutes to explore some more. And then afterwards we went to Ik Kil cenote. 30 pesos for a locker, 30 pesos for a life vest. I wish we had more time at Ik Kil but only had 45 minutes. The lunch was after all the activities and we were starving as it was close to 3pm by the time we ate our lunch. Overall a great tour!
The tour operator was good.
However, the company that Viator booked through Cancun Vacation Experts was very difficult to get hold of and after 2 days of trying to contact them, when I finally did they provided incorrect pickup information, i.e. said would pickup up at 6:20 AM and the tour operator showed up at the hotel at 7:30 AM.
There was miscommunication between the company that the trip was booked through and the actual tour operator. It seems like there are so many 3rd parties involved and it was unclear who to contact when they showed up an hour late.
The tour itself was good, but a bit rushed. The driver and tour guide were great. Unfortunately, we felt we got ripped off at the Mayan village which is more of a commercial shopping experience. From talking to people at our hotel and exploring other parts of the area, we realized that the cost of items in their store is so overpriced and wish we were told by the tour guide instead of being encouraged to buy and support. Would much rather have preferred to spend my 80USD two small items in local villages, not tourist destinations.
Great tour booked via Viator. Though would recommend that do only Chichen Itza skip the lunch if possible as it becomes too long and tiring. Need more time in Chichen itza. The local company and guide was very knowledgeable although trying to sell local wares at the lunch place which not unusual but can be avoided.
Overall a great trip and must do trip to one of the new seven wonders.
This was great! We were picked up at our hotel. We called the day the before we used our hotel's concierge service to call to get an exact pick up time and location. They were a few minutes late. We rode in a fairly uncomfortable vehicle, but seemed to be the standard van for the area. But there were only 8 of us total in the group, so it wasn't that big of a deal. We stopped somewhere to buy souvenirs and in the city of Valladolid. We then proceeded to our cenote. It was neat, but crowded. I really enjoyed see somewhere filled with beauty. Chichen Itza was absolutely amazing. There were Mayan vendors all over selling things that were almost free. Our tour guide was bilingual and switched back and forth from Spanish to English smoothly and provided a lot of history as well. We loved this trip and would definitely recommend it to all.
This tour was great. The tour guides were friendly and knowledgeable . The only negative to this tour for me, was a stop in the small village to shop for local crafts. But that is only because I’m not much of a shopper and would rather have done more time in the Cenotes.
Denote Il -Kil and meal good . I was disappointed with tour around Chichen Itza the guide spent far to long talking about the Mayans and we saw very little of the site only looked at 3 buildings .If people want that much depth into Myans they can read it up themselves there was not much time left at end to go and look at other buildings ,never did get to see the Observertory. Also they really do need to cut down on the amount of sellers on site it is ridicules must be in the hundreds pestering you and all selling the same things. Have been to most of the wonders of the world and this was the most dissapointing.
Tour was good. Guide was entertaining and informed. Bus was small, but mostly comfortable and cool. The guy sitting behind my wife was the size of Hagrid, and didn't mind making it less comfortable for others than it could have been. The Cenote swim was very crowded, and not that enjoyable.
Fantastic day trip! I highly recommend it. The Ik Kill Cenote swim was an incredible experience. We spent the perfect amount of time at Chichen Itza and the lunch provided was fresh and tasty. All round really well organized and our tour guide Chris and driver Angel were fantastic! This day trip was also extremely well priced. A must do when visiting!
A fantastic day out, well worth the money. Picked up on time and the day was really well organised.
Alexis was excellent. He is very knowledgeable and kept the day interesting with his obvious passion.
My highlight was the Cenote but all interesting.
Jorge and Angel were great tour guides. They are very punctual, so make sure to be on time. Jorge is very knowledgeable of the Mayan culture, he studied archaeology. Be ready to shower clean off any sunscreen before the Cenote swim. Life jackets are provided at the Cenote.
Interesting day with plenty to see and learn as well as a visit to a beautiful Cenote!
We had a great time on this tour!! Alexis was awesome as a tour guide. 12 hours seems like a long time but it isn't!! It was a perfect tour!
Our resort was the first pick up point, so the tour bus only arrived 5 minutes late. Some travellers complained about the late pick up. It is very hard for the tour guide to control the crowd's schedule and traffic jam in the highway. Our guide Martin has exceeded our expectation. He made sure everyone has a safe and enjoyable trip. The tour was in Spanish and English though he can also speak other languages. The first stop was in a beautiful small town Valladolid where we were only given 20 minutes to explore. The Hubiku cenote is a magnificent place. Our buffet restaurant is located next to the cento. We were given 90 minutes there which is enough time to dive in the sinkhole and finished a quick lunch. Martin is very knowledgeable and he spent almost the entire bus ride talking about the areas we visited and the Mayan history. When we arrived Chichen Itza, the Spanish group was hosted by an on-site tour guide while Martin gave us the English tour. He made sure we get a shady spot while he was explaning about the history of the site and the design of the pyramid. It was an absolute fun to listen to him and interact with the pyramid. After his guided tour, we were given another hour to explore the site on our own. We highly recommend this tour. After your tour is booked, make sure to call them to reconfirm and they will provide the pick up location and time.