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2nd time here and still saw things not seen the first time we came .the history ,the way of life that the people had all told by an experience guide .not just aload of ruins.it gets very hot here you are in middle of jungle...More
Fascinating look at a civilisation of the past. Horrific, but also intelligent civilisation this is a must if you are in or going to Mexico, gets very hot so take water with you, you can by cold drinks here as well as souvenirs, also a...More
We had to get up very early for this one as it is quite a long coach ride to get to but there is a stop off to break the journey up. Ignore the hawkers once you get there and just listen to the guide...More
This is a must-do when in the area. Try to go early to avoid the crowds and be able to take pictures. There are ADO buses going early and you can buy the tickets there in stead of paying for an expensive tour but either...More
We booked a day trip to Chichen Itza All Inclusive with Cenote and Valladolid from a local travel agency in Cancún. Chichen Itza is located in the eastern portion of Yucatan state in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. It was one of the largest Maya cities....More
Our driver and guide Antonio and Rodrigo picked us up on time and were professional throughout the entire Drive.
When we got there Rodrigo provided 90 minutes of excellent archaeological expertise. After this we were permitted to walk around for an hour or so on...More
When we planned our trip to Playa Del Carmen we knew we wanted to rent a car and visit Chichen Itza. I'd highly recommend arriving the night before and staying near by so you can enter the park right when it opens. We beat the...More
Having done few other wonders of the world, Xichen Itza was surely on our list. This place is a wonder by itself. The grounds are well maintained. Beware of vendors along the perimeter. Being a tourist attraction, sometimes this place can get overwhelming and taking...More
Words cannot convey the magnitude of awe that is felt when viewing the ruins as they are called. Created so long ago they still stand, as a testimony of their beliefs. No longer are tourists allowed to climb on these structures, as they could in...More