Chichen Itza - Cenote and Valladolid

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Spend the day touring the well-preserved ruins of Chichen Itza, look up and look at the steps of the pyramid of Kukulkan and enjoy a refreshing dip in a spectacular underground cenote. Make a stop in the picturesque colonial city of Valladolid and enjoy a tasty buffet meal along the way, the transportation will be done in a tourist bus with a capacity of 45 people with air conditioning.

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Stop At: Cenote Hubiku

The Hubiku Cenote is located in the town of Temozón very close to the city of Valladolid and the Archaeological Zone of Chichen Itza, its name can be interpreted in the Mayan language as “the great lord or nest of iguanas”. Its main attraction is its young cenote that is underground and that on its roof has a hole through which a large tree once introduced its roots to reach its fresh waters. To know this cenote you will have to descend through 115 stone steps, its almost circular shapes of approximately 50 meters wide will leave you surprised since you can admire its beauty in any position you are. Its emerald green waters immediately invite you to cool off in them, its depth is 27 meters and the cavity in its central part allows the sun's rays to enter and give us a nice postcard of the place. In this site you can also enjoy a Mayan regional buffet meal

Duration: 1 hour 50 minutes

Stop At: Chichen Itza

When you arrive at Chichen Itza, join a guided tour that will allow you to know the most impressive attractions of the archeological site. Marvel at the mysterious pyramid of Kukulkan and listen to your guide as he explains about his role in pre-Columbian Mayan civilization. A few meters away, take a look at the largest ball court on the continent and imagine the old players entertained in a game of pok ta pok, a ritual that was practiced throughout the Mayan Empire.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Valladolid

On the way back, make a stop at the main square of Valladolid and admire the colonial architecture and the Church of San Gervasio from the 16th century before returning to your hotel.

Duration: 25 minutes
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