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Chichen Itza is a place that you should go if you are visiting Yucatán peninsula.
It is totally accessible, there are some hotels in the area and also if you want it is a one day trip from Merida or Cancún. I do recommend stay...More
We travelled over 3 hours to arrive here before the crowds and extreme heat of the sun.. if you love history then you couldn't go wrong in booking this excursion.
Our guide was brilliant and her knowledge was second to none, couldn't have come to...More
From the ruins I visited in Mexico, Chichén Itzá was my least favorite one.
As soon as you get in, there are hundreds and hundreds of little art shops all over the place to sell Mayan art - tip: bargain. You won’t find any cheaper...More
Once you enter the site (tickets can be bought on site), you have unlimited time to visit. You cannot climb the El Castillo pyramid (because a tourist fell and died in the past) but you can walk around it as well as explore the complex...More
I can't say anything that hasn't already been said on here other than to watch on YouTube the sun lighting up the triangles on the steps of the large pyramidal building. It's unbelievable. Also I love the heat and sun, yet despite lots of water,...More
We came here together with friends rented in Tulum by car ( January 2017)..We bought the entry tickets on side without any problems. We had unlimited time to visit.Chichén Itzá is a complex of Mayan ruins on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. A massive step pyramid, known...More
We did a tour with the company affiliated with Westjet Vacations, Best Day Travel. We were picked up by a Tourist Bus at our hotel and taken to the Chichen Itza with a stop at a Mayan town (with a souvenir shop and restrooms in...More
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
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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.