Home to the great Mayan empire, Chichen Itza extends 6 square miles and includes several hundred magnificent buildings. You'll enjoy exploring this legendary wonder of the world, taking in the great pyramid of Kulkulcan, the temple of Venus, the temple of Warriors, the largest and best-preserved Mayan ballpark, tzompantli, and much more. Experience it all with the help of a virtual tablet that brings to life everything you see with audio-visual technology. The perfect companion to your sightseeing, this tablet lets you see what the historic complex looked like centuries ago, as you view the ancient structures that remain today, including never-before-seen images of Kulkulcan, plus the temple?s interior tomb and statues.
• Chichen Itza: Visit the most impressive Mayan site on the Yucatan peninsula.
• Lunch and Refreshments: Enjoy a boxed lunch and soft drinks, included in your tour.
• Touring technology: A virtual tablet that offers audio-visual enhancements of the Mayan ruins serves as the perfect sightseeing companion.
• THIS TOUR IS OPERATED BY A TOUR OPERATOR THAT HAS BEEN THIRD-PARTY VERIFIED TO AN INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SUSTAINABILITY STANDARD.
What To Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Sun protection
• Cash/credit cards
• Insect Repellent
• Bottled Water
• Insect repellent
What To Wear:
• Hat and sunglasses
• Walking shoes
• Light Clothing
• The tour duration includes approximately 6 hours of travel time.
• The ferry to and from Playa del Carmen takes about 45 minutes each way.
• Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
• Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
• Guests are required to use headsets for a portion of the tour and must return them at the end of tour or pay a substantial fee.
• For security and safety reasons, backpacks and large handbags are not permitted in to the Chichen Itza site. These items must stay on your bus, which will be secured by your driver.
• Flash bulbs, tripods, and professional video equipment are prohibited at the ruins. Guests taking videos in any format (video cameras, cell phones, tablets, etc.) will be charged government fee of approximately $8-$10 USD payable in cash at site.