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Chichen Itza Day Trip with Cenote and Valladolid from Tulum

From US$130.00
  • Relax on the round-trip journey from Tulum to Chichen Itza
  • Arrive in Chichen Itza before some of the crowds
  • Visit Chichen Itza, Cenote Dzitnup, and Valladolid in one day
Chichen Itza Day Trip with Cenote and Valladolid from Tulum
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Chichen Itza Day Trip with Cenote and Valladolid from Tulum
From US$130.00
Combine two of the most popular activities in the Yucatan on this Chichen Itza tour: visiting Maya ruins and swimming in cenotes. Let a driver take charge of the roughly 3-hour journey from Tulum and see the impressive Chichen Itza ruins with a guide. On the way back to Tulum, stop to cool off at a cenote and enjoy lunch in colonial Valladolid. You’ll have nearly a full day to see a lot without feeling rushed.
What to Expect
After getting picked up from your hotel, start the roughly 3-hour journey to Chichen Itza. Arrive at the archeological site—one of the most important in the Yucatan peninsula and Mesoamerica—and take a guided tour.

See the main buildings while your guide tells you about the Maya-Toltec style. After touring the ruins, hop back on the bus for the approximately 2-hour drive to Valladolid. On the way, stop to cool off at Cenote Dzitnup, where you swim or relax in the cenote cave.

Continue to Valladolid, and enjoy lunch in a colonial building downtown. Enjoy some free time to explore the city before heading back to Tulum. Finish with an evening drop-off at your hotel.
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Perfect day out!

I recommend anyone wanting to see Chichen Itza to book these guys. It’s very professionally run and organised. Our tour guide Mela was just incredible! She was funny, charming and very knowledgable. The tour included a much needed swim in the Cenote after Chichen, then...More

1  Thank Fiona A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great day

This trip was excellent. The early start (7:15 as we were the first pick up) meant that we arrived at Chichen Itza early before it got too hot and busy. The Cenote was very pretty and provided a good chance to cool down before a...More

2  Thank adsm100
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Fantastic trip

The trip is just as advertised and the company and its guides/drivers are highly professional (meaning punctual, knowledgeable, doing anything they can to make your stay worthwhile). Tom, our guide, did a fantastic job of explaining everything around Chichen Itza, and the Cenote was beyond...More

Thank Oliver K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Fantastic action-packed day

This tour included many sides of Mexico - the architectural wonder of Chichen Itza, the jungle paradise of the cenote, and a delicious lunch in a beautiful city - making for a full day complete with a friendly guide (Tom) who provided interesting background information...More

1  Thank Amanda G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
An interesting day, but a bit rushed and ... don't spoil your apetite! ;-)

I have done four tours with Mexico Kan Tours, and have loved the thought and care they have put into all of them. They only take small groups, their guides are well informed and go out of their way to make your experience special, and...More

1  Thank Jeannet56
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