Chichen Itza, Swim in Cenote Saamal, Mexican Buffet and Valladolid Magical Town

20 Ratings
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  • Day Trip
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  • 12 hr

Immerse yourself in one of the Wonders of the World and cultural heritage of the Yucatan on a day trip with convenient roundtrip transportation from your hotel in Cancun, Costa Mujeres, Playa del Carmen and Riviera Maya to Tulum. The day's itinerary includes: swimming in the beautiful sacred Mayan Saamal cenote, tour of Chichen Itza with a certified guide (entrance not included) and free time to discover the Mayan city on your own, brief visit to the magical town of Valladolid and regional lunch. buffet. • Swim in the beautiful Saamal sacred cenote • Visit to Chcihén Itza with a certified guide and free time • Regional buffet lunch • Convenient roundtrip transportation from your hotel

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Tours en Cancún Nichupté

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Cenote Saamal

You can swim, if you wish, in this beautiful sacred cenote of the Mayan Culture and immerse yourself in its crystalline and refreshing waters. The cenotes, also known as "eyes of water" were of great importance for the Mayans, from a ceremonial point of view to for survival.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Chichen Itza

Here you will have a guided tour of the Mayan ceremonial center Chichén Itzá accompanied by one of our certified guides, later you will have free time to get to know the Mayan city on your own.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Temple of the Warriors

The Temple of the Warriors is one of the most impressive and important structures in Chichen Itza. It may be the only known Late Classic Maya building large enough to hold truly large gatherings.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: El Caracol

The so-called Caracol or Observatory is a structure built in the form of a larger circular tower sitting on a platform with a central staircase. The base rests on another rectangular platform, decorated with a cornice with rounded corners at the top. El Caracol is actually built with three superimposed buildings.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Gran Juego de Pelota

The Ball Game was more of a ceremonial ritual than a sport and probably represented the symbolic recreation of the mythical combat between night and day. There is a unique acoustic phenomenon in the ballcourt: if one speaks in the temple at the southern end, the voice can be heard at the opposite end, as the sound reverberates along the walls of the northern temple.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Templo de Kukulkan

The Castle or Pyramid of Kukulcan is a four-sided pyramid, with a rectangular temple on top. The phenomenon of light and shadow, a worthy testimony to the amazing progress of the Mayans in architecture and astronomy, is the phenomenon of "light and shadow" that takes place on the north stairway of the Castle during the Spring Equinox where it can be seen from a snake down the stairs. The sun casts seven triangles of light on the balustrade on the northeast side of the Castle. These begin to move up and down the length of the balustrade to form the silhouette of a descending serpent.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Valladolid

We will make a brief visit to the main square of the beautiful picturesque town of Valladolid named as Magical Town for preserving the architecture and traditions of the locals. *If the health authorities of the place do not allow the descent, a brief stop will be made only above the transport.

Duration: 30 minutes
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