($60 Childrens – $90 Adults)
Chichen Itza in Maya: Mouth of the well of water witches, is one of the major archaeological sites of the Yucatan Peninsula. The main building of this site is the Ku Kul Khan Castle, thar representing Mayan civil calendar. Other prominent buildings are El Caracol or also known as the Observatory, the Group of the Thousand Columns, Church, Temple of Venus, Temple of the Jaguar and the Ball Court, the largest built throughout Mesoamerica. Know this place in the approximate two-hour guided tour.
The Cenote Ik Kil is located a few kilometers from Chichen Itza. In can take a refreshing swim. It has a depth of 60m and from the surface to the water is a height of 25 meters. The cenotes were sacred places for the Mayan culture, was the road to the underworld. The Maya performed sacrifices on them to honor their gods.
Coba, in Maya: Murky Water (although shuffled other meanings) is located west of the coast of Tulum. At its peak had a population of about 50,000 inhabitants and an area of eighty square miles, but what we will show them two square kilometers which is preserved and rebuilt, the rest relies on the dense Yucatan jungle. Highlights its main pyramid 42m height Nohoch Mul named. Other notable buildings are the Coba Group, two ball games, their trails and Sacbé or white road to the Mayan people.
||– Sports shoes and sandals areas for the cenote
– Swimsuit, towel, sunglasses, hat
– Biodegradable sun cream and protective anti-mosquito
– Cash in pesos for purchases
|Driver, English Speaking Certified Guide.
||Entrance fees to both archaeological areas.
|Entrance fees to the cenote.
||Lunch. International buffet.
|Trips in vehicles with A/C.
|Drinks at lunch
||Our staff gratuity