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Best Chichen Itza Tours (Top Tours To Book Now When Visiting 7 Wonder of the World Chichen Itza 2021-2022)

Chichen Itza has a 1000-year-old incredible history, but unfortunately, it is not for the faint of hearts. This pre-Hispanic city is shrouded with ancient Mayan temple ruins that narrate gruesome stories of old times.

Amidst the hustle-bustle of countless street vendors stands an entrance leading to ancient stone carvings of blood-thirsty warriors and fearsome creatures. Chichen Itza is a place that inspires awe.

Due to its close proximity to Cancun, Chichen Itza is factually the most visited archaeological site in Mexico. This historical site sets in the Yucatan Peninsula, with all its extensive ruins covering over 740 acres. Many sections of this site are still unearthed.

Just listening about this city stimulates curiosity. While wandering around this gigantic archaeological location in Mexico, one must wonder what lays excavated beneath their feet.

Why not wonder and wander together?

Discover our most luxurious and affordable tours to Chichen Itza and join us for the ride of your life.

Below you will find a whole range of tours that go from affordable “Classic Chichen Itza Tour” to ultra-luxurious “Luxury Chichen Itza Tour.”

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Top Tours To Take When Visiting Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza Tour Classic (Book Now)

If you prefer a comfortable and affordable journey to Chichen Itza, this tour is ideal for you!

Adventurous, voyaging, and fun—that is how we describe our Chichen Itza Tour Classic. With this tour, you will get a closer look at Mayan culture and discover astonishing archeological sites.

The tour bus will pick you up from your respective hotels early in the morning, as these ruins will appeal to you more in the daylight, and we don’t want you to miss out on anything. Your journey to Chichen Itza will be worthwhile because a tour guide will fill you with some interesting Mayan Archeological Site information.

Once we arrive at Chichen Itza, you get to wander around the Mayan ruins for 2 hours. Upon entering the city, the first thing that will catch your eye is the famous Chichen Itza pyramid called El Castillo or “The Castle.” Your time in the city will be divided into a guided tour and some independent time to discover the magnificent ruins and structures on your own.

You will be taken for a buffet lunch from the Mayan city that will include traditional Mayan cuisines and drinks. After your meal, you will visit the Cenote, which was a sacred pit for Mayans. You can have a refreshing swim at the Cenote.

From there, our tour bus will take you to Valladolid Yucatan, a colonial town near Chichen Itza. Here, you will get to know the authentic Mayan lifestyle and the Mayan people. You can also discover small businesses around the site.

Book this tour now if you want to have a closer look at Mayan culture and see great places like UNESCO World Heritage Site!! 



Chichen Itza Tour Plus (Book Now)

Pay an extra $10 and enjoy all the perks of our classic tour to Chichen Itza, along with unlimited refreshing drinks on the bus!

Chichen Itza tour Plus offers you some added amenities such as free drinks on the bus that will make your whole journey more relaxing. In addition, from time to time, you can ask our waiter onboard for a refill without worrying about paying more than what you paid at the time of booking.

Along with the complimentary drinks, you get to enjoy all the perks of our regular Chichen Itza tour.

A bus will pick you up from your hotel early in the morning. You will enjoy the marvelous journey to Mayan City with chilled drinks and a tour guide explaining important facts about the archaeological site. Upon entering the city, the first thing that will catch your eye is the famous Chichen Itza pyramid called El Castillo or “The Castle.” Your time in the city will be divided into a guided tour and some independent time to discover the magnificent ruins and structures on your own.

After spending two hours in the city, you will be taken to a lavish lunch buffet comprised of traditional Mayan Cuisines and drinks. After your meal, you will visit the Cenote, a sacred pit for Mayans, and swim in the refreshing waters.

Our bus will take you to Valladolid Yucatan, a colonial town near Chichen Itza, at the end of the tour. Here, you will get to know the authentic Mayan lifestyle and the Mayan people. You can also discover small businesses around the site.

If you prefer reaching the perfect destination going through the equally perfect and fun journey, then Chichen Itza tour plus is your go-to option. Book this tour now to get unlimited drinks onboard and all the amenities of our classic tour.

Chichen Itza Tour Deluxe (Book Now)

Want more amenities? Chichen Itza tour deluxe will provide you a lunch box and unlimited premium drinks on the bus. You also get an umbrella when you reach Chichen Itza to protect yourself from the Mexican sun.

A box of lunch, including a sandwich, an apple, and a juice box. Unlimited drinks. An umbrella. And all the benefits of the Chichen Itza tour classic and plus. All these services will make taking this tour worthwhile.

Our tour starts with picking you up from the hotel. You will be greeted with a lunch box, and later, our waiter will serve premium drinks, like tequila, whiskey, and Xtabentum (a Mayan Liquor) on the bus.

We will reach the Mayan city at about noon, and help you fight the scorching sun, you will be given an umbrella as part of our services. In addition, if you give your ID at the entrance of the ruins, you get a locker and a life vest at the cenote.

At Chichen Itza, you will enjoy a guided tour and then some free time to roam around the ruins. The visit to Chichen Itza will be followed by a delicious lunch buffet, where you will be served traditional Mayan food and the best liquors.

Afterward, you will be taken to the Cenote, a sacred freshwater source in the Yucatan Peninsula, where you can spend some time swimming. Then, as the tour will come to an end, we will drive to Valladolid, a colonial town full of Mayan people near Chichen Itza.

Book this tour now if you want to have a journey full of comfort, great food, and added amenities!!

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Chichen Itza Mayan Cuisine Tour (Book Now)

Consider yourself a foodie? Well, hop on! Because Chichen Itza Mayan Cuisine Tour will ensure that you enjoy not only Chichen Itza but also the delicious Mayan cuisines.

On this tour, you will be accompanied by certified guides, walking you through the ancient buildings of Chichen Itza. You will uncover several stories about Chichen Itza ruins and graze the structures like Chichen Viejo, The temple of warriors, El Caracole, and many more.

The tour will introduce you to the taste of Mayan food. You will be served various regional cuisine in a unique gastronomic demonstration— the most incredible Mayan legacy.

Discover the ruins all day and revel in the sparkling blue water of the cenote at the end of the Chichen Itza Mayan Cuisine Tour. After a hot and tiring day, some time at the scared cenote will feel like a whip of fresh breeze.

You will also get to visit the colonial town of Valladolid Yucatan, which sets in the middle of the Yucatan Peninsula—a great place to interact with Mayan people and their lifestyle. 

Discover Mayan Culture in all its glory. The tour leads you to magical ruins and delicious gastronomies. So do not miss and book your tour now!

Chichen Itza Mayan Cuisine Tour Plus (Book Now)

Some extra amenities are awaiting you! Chichen Itza Mayan Cuisine Tour Plus brings all the perks of a regular Mayan cuisine tour but with added benefits.

The added amenities will include:

  • -        Air-conditioned transport.
  • -        A lunch box (snack, juice, baguette).
  • -        Beach bag.
  • -        5 different drinks on the bus.
  • -        Biodegradable insect repellent.
  • -        Bottled drink with lunch
  • -        Participation as a Chef’s assistant during the gastronomic demonstration.

Along with these amenities, our services include a guided tour, a visit to the cenote (a sacred freshwater source, and various authentic Mayan cuisines prepared live.

You will also get to visit the colonial town of Valladolid Yucatan, which sets in the middle of the Yucatan Peninsula—a great place to interact with Mayan people and their lifestyle. You can devour traditional ice cream in the town and visit various sites such as the iconic Cathedral.

To get the most out of your visit to Chichen Itza, book this tour now!

Mayan Ruins in the Yucatan


Private Chichen Itza Tour (Book Now)

Are you a large group planning to explore Chichen Itza on your own? You can book a private Chichen Itza tour for up to 19 people and discover the archeological site at your own pace.

This tour is yours, so you get to decide everything from timing to the choice of food.

A round-trip air-conditioned transport will pick you up from your hotel on your call and drive you to Chichen Itza. You are free to plan your tour yourself from there.

Attend the Chichen Itza show at 7 pm, reach early to explore the Mayan city, spend all day at the cenote, or roam around the great town of Valladolid Yucatan—it is all up to you! You will just have to plan your tour within the time limit of the Private Chichen Itza Tour.

You get 10 hours on tour. An ice cooler with water and chilled drinks is also included in the tour.

Book the private Chichen Itza tour now and discover this pre-Hispanic city on your own terms.

Luxury Chichen Itza Tour (Book Now)

With the Luxury Chichen Itza Tour, you can discover the astonishing archeological site on your own and do whatever you want at Chichen Itza, but this time…WITH A SUBURBAN.

This could be the most luxurious trip to Chichen Itza. A beautiful suburban will pick you up from your hotel on your call and drive you to Chichen Itza. You are free to plan your tour yourself from there.

Attend the Chichen Itza show at 7 pm, reach early to explore the Mayan city, spend all day at the cenote, roam around the great town of Valladolid Yucatan, or just sit there in your plush suburban—it is all up to you! You will just have to plan your tour within the time limit of the Private Chichen Itza Tour.

You get 10 hours on tour. An ice cooler with water and chilled drinks are also included in the tour.

If you want to enjoy your journey to the historic Chichen Itza, book the Luxury Chichen Itza Tour now!

Visiting Chichen Itza


Is Chichen Itza the Seventh Wonder of the World?

In 2000, the New7Wonders campaign was established to nominate and decide by international vote the New 7 Wonders of the World. It was done to reflect a more global picture of the world’s notable ancient structures. With over 100 million votes, Chichen Itza secured its place as one of the seven wonders of the world.

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Where is Chichen Itza?

This ancient archeological site is in Yucatan, Mexico. Chichen Itza is only 120 miles away from Cancun. You can make a day trip to Chichen Itza from Cancun, Mexico’s Idyllic beach capital.

How Old Is Chichen Itza?

Some accounts tell us that the city was built in 400s A.D. The development and growth of Chichen Itza go back several centuries. It is estimated that this historic city is over 1500 years old.

How Was Chichen Itza Made, and Who Made It?

All architecture in Chichen Itza is made from stone. It is also said that the Mayan people didn’t use wheels to establish their temples, places, or pyramids. 

The Maya founded the great ancient city of Chichen Itza. The Maya people are native to Yucatan Peninsula. According to historians, the city was built because it shared proximity to the sacred Xtoloc cenote.

Cenotes in the Yucantan


Can You Still Climb Chichen Itza?

Unfortunately, as a regular visitor, you cannot climb Chichen Itza. Although several years, the tourists were allowed to climb the Chichen Itza pyramid, it is now closed for locals and tourists to preserve this sacred site.

Can you climb Chichen Itza?


Is Chichen Itza Worth Visiting?

If you are looking for a trip for yourself or the whole family then going to Chichen Itza is a spectacular place to visit. It's well preserved, and the history is absolutely mind-blowing. In addition, you can check out several other Mayan Ruins in the Yucatan area, swim in cenotes, eat authentic street food, and even visit local Mayan villages. 

If you would like to check out some other amazing places in Mexico, read this article on visiting Guadalajara: 






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  1. Thank you for the post! I have always wanted to go there!

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  2. We did the luxury tour and it was amazing!!

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  3. Getting a tour at Chichen Itza is a must!

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