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Cancun to Chichen Itza Day Trip with Admission and Lunch

  • Travel to Chichen Itza with ease on a day trip from Cancun 
  • Learn fascinating history on a guided tour of the ruins
  • Stop for a refreshing swim at Cenote Ik Kil 
Chichen Itza Day Trip from Cancun
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Any trip to the Cancun area should include the UNESCO-listed Chichen Itza. Travel to the Mayan ruins with ease and efficiency on this full-day tour, which includes a buffet lunch, as well as hotel pickup and drop-off from Cancun. This guided tour provides crucial historical details, and you’ll also have time to explore independently. Plus, you’ll stop at Cenote Ik Kil for a refreshing swim along the way.
What to Expect
Departing from your Cancun hotel, you’ll head straight to Chichen Itza in an air-conditioned coach.

After your guide provides a historical introduction to the Mayan ruins, you’ll stop at Cenote Ik Kil for a refreshing swim.

Dry off and continue the journey to Chichen Itza, where you’ll begin a guided tour on arrival. Visit highlights such as the iconic Kukulcan Pyramid (El Castillo), the Temple of the Warriors, and the Ball Court, famed for its enigmatic acoustics.

Following time for independent exploration, satisfy your appetite with a buffet lunch including fresh salads, soups, meat, and fish.

This Chichen Itza tour concludes with drop-off at your Cancun hotel.
Reviews (1,446)

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Reviewed 5 August 2018
Wonderful time!

I would definitely recommend this tour! our tour guide was amazing! everything was explained really well! very hot day when I went so I recommend bringing sunglasses, sunscreen and a HAT!!! also maybe an umbrella to cover up the sun!

2  Thank imontoya30
Reviewed 16 July 2018
Perfectly Organized!

This tour was absolutely perfect for my family of 5! The tour picked us up from our hotel on time and we were able to be comfortable in a spacious and air conditioned bus for our 3-4 hour round trip ride. Stopping by Mayan villages...More

5  Thank Julie N
Reviewed 16 July 2018
Must see but out there

Really interesting. Historically and astonishing how it was built. Best explored with a guide or on a tour from Cancun. 2 1/2 to 3 hrs from our Hotel. Spent about 2 hrs here. Vendors are packed in here though. Constant "Good price, how much you...More

5  Thank Larry R
Reviewed 13 July 2018

A must do tour. just amazing educational and fun. My family and I did the tour last week 7/5 and we were all so happy we did. my 12 year old daughter was happy but my 4 year old, although she complaint about the heat...More

1  Thank yanelaariano
Reviewed 21 June 2018
incorrect information about taking items home

Honestly, Ricardo was great and very knowledgeable. Our only problem was that when we stopped in the Mayan village, they really encouraged us to buy obsidian massage stones, which we did. We were told that if we had the certificate of authenticity (which was useless...More

10  Thank 0311Patricia