Viaje à península de Yucatán, no México, para visitar as ruínas maias de Chichen Itza nesta excursão de 12 horas, incluindo o fácil embarque e desembarque no hotel. Além de ver El Castillo e aprender como essa cidade pré-colombiana desempenhou um papel importante na civilização maia, pare em um cenote para um mergulho rápido e desfrute de um buffet de almoço.
Had a great day exploring amazing Chichen Itza with this tour. This was a large bus tour, so it was great that our pick up was timely. The bus is comfortable, but the leg room is a bit limited. Our guide Nestor was very informative during the drive to Chichen Itza, and we could tell that he took great pride in his Mayan heritage and culture. It's about a 2 hour drive to and back, so don't be drinking too much coffee before you leave (although there is a stop at a rest area after about 45 minutes). If you don't feel like carrying a lot, you don't really need to bring anything but your swimsuit and money. Water is available at Chichen Itza and at the cenote. Towels and lockers are also available to rent at the cenote. If you don't mind carrying stuff, bring water (it's hot where you'll be going!), swimsuit and towels. The first stop after the rest area is at an artisan shop just outside of Chichen Itza. You can buy souvenirs there - but there are dozens of artisan booths at and around Chichen Itza with much less expensive items (and a bigger selection). Just when we thought we were going to bake from the heat, we left for the cenote. This. Was. Beautiful. The water is so cool and refreshing, and the cenote was unlike anything I've seen! Open air, vines and trees along the sides... simply beautiful. Be prepared for lots of stairs to get down to the water, but it is soooo worth it. Lunch is buffet style and typical Mexican fare - tasted great with an ice cold Corona. Highly recommend this tour!
Freddy and Raphael were excellent! I took my family of 9 people, ages from grandparents to a 6 year old. We took the tour of the ruins, played in the Cenote and had lunch. Everything was great. The Tour bus was vey comfortable and safe. We could leave our souvenirs in the bus while we went swimming. Freddy the tour guide was awesome! Thank you!
Mr. Frank was our guide and a Mayan himself, explained everything in detail and was nice and polite! We visited with our 18 month old. I would definitely recommend this tour hotel pickup, lunch, chichen itza, senote and hotel drop off... 7 am to 8 pm, totally worth it.
Loved this day trip to Chichen Itza with the Cenote swim. The tour guide, Cesar, was very knowledgeable and provided such a wonderful commentary on the rich history of the Mayans. Lunch was very tasty and there was a variety for every palate. The cenote was very cool. Long day (12 hours) but totally worth it. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone!!
Found the shopping at first place with Buffett much to long, 25 minutes efore lunch and 50 minutes after. Our tour guide was ok, spoke in Spanish and English but seemed there was a lot more said in Spanish, if you are English going on this tour ask for Marco, he was our guide at the site itself and was fantastic.
We were a big group picked up from the Hotel Zone. Estimated travel time was pretty much accurate. Our tour guide, Franck, was delightful and knowledgeable about Mayan culture. Particularly loved his anecdotes and spiel on the Mayan calendar. He was accompanied by the tour bus driver, Raymond who was equally helpful and courteous. Enjoyed our experience although it was a hot and tiring day. Definitely worth it!
This tour was a great value for your money. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable, and even though this was my second time to Chechen Itza, I felt like I learned a lot. Lunch was fine, but I would have rather spent the time allotted at the tourist shop to additional time at the archeological site. There was just not enough time to see everything. Plus, there are a TON of vendors there [WAY TOO many if you ask me]. We did not encounter a single biting insect, so do not bother with insect spray. Do take several bottles of water and enough cash to buy a slushy at the end [$4 USD]. It is super hot. Also – if your hotel provides umbrellas, take one to keep the sun off of you. You can also rent one there. Take a towel and swimsuit as the cenote swim was ‘an exceeds expectations’. It was WONDERFUL – beautiful, and refreshing. I felt like I was on a movie set. I wish we had had more time there as well. Altogether a terrific day. My only concern is that Amigo did not text me about hotel pick-up times the day before until almost 5:00 pm. This should be done way earlier in the day.