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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
| Merida, Chichen Itza 97170, Mexico
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Reviewed today via mobile

My husband and I visited the Mayan ruins during our honeymoon and loved it, so much history and beauty everywhere, we bought a few souvenirs to bring home and the sales people were more than happy to negotiate and were very welcoming too. It's worth...More

Thank Irena K
Reviewed yesterday

We had a rental car so drove ourself. Did not like the idea of boarding a bus from Cancun "starting pick-ups at 5am" for upwards of US$80 per person. About 2.5 hours from the top corner of the Hotel Zone. At a rest stop along...More

Thank GeoffM
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We booked through our Thomson rep. Its an early start but you get there early before all the crowds and the heat of the day. Then onto a mayan village and a cenote where you can swim and have lunch. The tour was amazing, so...More

Thank StephM01
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Chichén itza is an awesome site! They have built up the entrance area now. There are indoor shops , food vendors and facilities , some with ac so you can get out of the relentless heat. We went in may, hoping it would be a...More

Thank tanyaree07
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Took a Gray Line tour from Merida to Chichen Itza. Our driver Walter had great info on Mayan towns on the way there and was an expert on the route. A nice lunch was included that also included vegetarian options for us! Victor, our guide...More

Thank mark_brewcheese
Reviewed 2 days ago

The guides do a great job of presenting the whole site, not just "El Castile". Very hot, as I'm sure you can imagine, but a great site to visit. It wasn't just the Egyptians that discovered math. :-) Definitely worth going to see.

Thank Eric N
Reviewed 2 days ago

This visit marks our 2nd in the last five years. Both trips have been made through tour agencies. This visit however was much better. Visiting the ruins was much earlier in the day and did not cut time on other daily activities or here. That...More

Thank j3mmr71
Reviewed 2 days ago

From Rivera Maya resort we rent a car and drove 2 hours to get there , but it was worth it! What a amazing view! Something really to see if you in Mexico! Absolutely stunning view!

Thank myszka5555
Reviewed 2 days ago

We went on a medium size excursion(~20 people) from our resort in Cancun, it was a grueling 12.5 hour trip but I'll focus my review purely on the ruins. The ruins themselves are amazing. Not only can you see the main pyramid shown in most...More

Thank MattDamon94
Reviewed 3 days ago

We took a small tour to the site ( only 10 people) it was wonderful full of history, our tour was about 2.5 hours then we had about 2.5 hours to tour our selves. The one down side was all the locals trying to sell...More

Thank Mike M
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Hi, mnortiz. What would you like to know about this attraction? We are planning on renting a car and driving ourselves since there are 6 in our group. What is the cost per person to get in and can I pay for a guide there also?
11 June 2017|
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Response from Muducame | Reviewed this property |
It's like 15 usd pp, it depends on the exchange rate that day, but no more than that, there are specialized guides inside the place, next to the ticket office, you can also buy an English pocket guide book at the convenience... More
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How much is it to get in? Every time I click on the 'website' link it says forbidden!
22 May 2017|
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Response from Cruiser_D_R | Reviewed this property |
the entrance is 232 Pesos, that was 2016. Have fun
Rona C
We are staying at Bahia Principle Akumal Don Pablo. Can anyone tell me how far away the Chichen itza is? Also best way to travel, taxi, tour, public transport?! Not keen to hire a car!
20 May 2017|
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Response from AWiseConsumer | Reviewed this property |
Its a little more than two hours away from you. Take a tour , book it thru your hotel. I used cacun adventures they were great.admission is cheaper for groups, you'll get to hear more about the place, they will supply you... More