Private Full-Day Guided Chichen Itza Tour
Visit Chichen Itza, Cenote and a Valladolid:
Chichen Itza is one of the most important archaeological sites in Mexico and is visited as a tourist attraction in the Yucatan Peninsula. It is also an impressive architectural achievement in Mesoamerica, with its huge pyramid and ball court.
The weather in Chichen Itza is often hot, so it’s nice to visit the archeological site when it’s cloudy or raining. Don’t forget your umbrella and be prepared to learn a lot with our certified guides during our Private Full-Day Guided Chichen Itza Tour!
On our full-day guided tour of Chichen Itza, you’ll get to explore this incredible city with a local guide who will provide you with all the facts about its history. You’ll learn about how these buildings were constructed, how they were used in Mayan society, and how archaeologists have pieced together what life was like here thousands of years ago.
Discover Coba, Punta Laguna and a Cenote :
A little rain won’t stop you from visiting Coba, during our Tulum & Coba cenote tour you can have a wonderful adventure day even if it’s raining.
The trees in the Coba archaeological site and Punta Laguna Nature Reserve will protect you from the rain, while the fun activities will make you forget that you are wet. The delicious lunch made by a Mayan family will give you enough energy for a jump into a cenote at the end of your tour.
Our best Maya tour is the best way to experience the beauty of Tulum even on a rainy day. We’ll pick you up from your hotel and take you by minivan to two spectacular cenotes, one semi-open and one closed. At each cenote, you’ll snorkel with turtles and catfish (you won’t even know it’s raining!). The semi-open cenote also has an underground cave system where you’ll have the opportunity to explore Mayan cosmology by flashlight.
So, if there is rain in Tulum, don’t worry—you can still find fun things to do! It’s time to pack your bags, book your ticket and get ready for an amazing adventure!