So chances are you are probably interested in seeing this historical site. Question is, how does one do so? Well there are many different ways to get to the ruins, and everyone will have to choose their own path. We provide many different options for tours on this website, however some still prefer to drive on their own. For anyone considering the drive yourself option, here is what you are up against. You will first need to rent a car if you fly into Cancun, or Playa Del Carmen. You will also need your international drivers license stamp, and car insurance. Once you have all of that squared away additional expenses will include gas, entry fees into Chichen Itza, relatively expensive toll roads, food, etc. If you want to be on your own schedule this is a viable option however you will not save much money, if any at all.
With our Chichen Itza tours options, all of these expenses are included along with much more. Most all of our tours include a guide in English and Spanish. They all include park fees for all of the listed activities, including ruins, cenotes, and more. In addition many tour options include lunch, stops at Mayan Cities such as Valladolid, and other cultural surprises along the way. If you have a large family you need not worry, for children we always offer significant discounts to keep our tours competitively priced and affordable. These tours also include hotel pickups, to make your experience as easy as possible. Your only job is to roll out of bed, we will take care of the rest.
During your tour of Chichen Itza you will find a multitude of architectural styles. Most believe this to be due to it previously having the most diverse population of the Mayan world. It is believed that some of the architectural styles were brought down from central Mexico during a time of great cultural diffusion. It is no wonder that this became one of the largest cities in the Mayan world. One can only imagine the diversity that must have taken place, as Mayan´s from all over the country came to contribute and possibly live. Your guide during your tour will explain the meanings of all of the different structures at this World Heritage Site. You will learn about the ceremonies, the games, and the artistic influence of this ancient civilization. No stone will be left unturned, and all of your questions will be answered so be ready for an exciting day of adventure. This site truly is one of the 7 wonders of the world, and we are proud to be a part of your experience!
If you like this tour you may also like our Tulum Ruins Tour. Tulum was the last city built by the Mayan´s and is in close proximity to Playa Del Carmen, and Cancun.
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