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Disappointed that local tourism hasn't removed many of the pictures of folks climbing to the top. We had hopes of doing that only to find out it had been stopped a while back yet many brochures still led you to believe it was a thing....More
Very informative and nice looking. The only downsides are that you are not allowed to climb the ruins and very many people are trying to sell stuff to you.
I recommend visiting at 8 o'clock because at this time there are not that many people...More
Tour booked through Lomas travel via our hotel El Dorado Maroma and was sold as an entire day trip with a lunch at the archaeological site. This was a huge fascination for both my husband and I in anything historical and was the main reason...More
Go early, or don't go at all. I made a point of spending the prior night in nearby Valladolid, which is well worth a visit in its own right, just so that I could get to Chichen Itza when it first opened, and I'm certainly...More
Excellent tour - left Cancun early in am with Marco, our super-knowledgeable guide about Mayan culture and the history of Chichen Itza, then over to Cenote Maya to partake in a Mayan shaman ritual, a delicious authentic Mayan meal, then rappelling into the Cenote to...More
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We were there probably 2 hours. I would have enjoyed more time. There were local vendors set up; and I could have used about that long buying authentic souvenirs. Problem is that we had to get from the cruise ship to... More
We were there probably 2 hours. I would have enjoyed more time. There were local vendors set up; and I could have used about that long buying authentic souvenirs. Problem is that we had to get from the cruise ship to location of ruins, plus view it, and back. We had been there before, and we traveled from Cancun by bus. It allowed us more time than from the cruise ship. If you are not a shopper, even from the cruise ship, you should be fine. The ruins are worthy of your visit.