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Dated at approximately 1553 years old, these famous Maya pyramids are located an hour and a half from Merida. The name of Chichén Itzá comes from the Mayan language: Chi is mouth, Chen is well, and Itzá is the tribe that inhabited this area. Explore this ancient site on a comprehensive tour!

Chichén Itzá was named one of the Seven New Wonders of the World on July 7, 2007. With this appointment, Chichén Itzá and the Yucatan Peninsula are in the eyes of the world. The site is divided into three areas: the Toltec-style northern group, the central group of the early period, and the third, known as the old Chichen.

The pyramids include the now famous Kukulkan pyramid, the temple of warriors, the ball game, the nuns, and the snail, among others. The sacred cenote is a huge and open cenote, like a well, where archeologists found ceramics, cloth, gold, jade, and skeletons.

This is one of the wonders of the world that you cannot miss. On this excursion, we also go through the Dzitnup cenote, where you can swim. Then we take a brief tour of the center of the colonial city of Valladolid.

Chichen Itza

Guided two-hour tour through the archaeological site. After the tour, you have one hour to enjoy the wonders of this city on your own.

Cenote Dzitnup

This cenote is sure to captivate you with its beauty. Inside a cavern with stalactites and stalagmites, this cenote has crystal clear waters. If you want to, jump in for a swim to cool off.


Enjoy a brief tour of the square of the colonial city of Valladolid to see its architectural wonders.