Chichén Itzá and “Noches de Kukulkán”

About

The heart of the Mayan world, a must-see on any trip to Yucatán. The archaeological zone of Chichén Itzá, which means "Mouth of the Well of the Itzaes" is a UNESCO World Heritage Site (1988) and one of the new wonders of the modern world (2007), with its "Castillo de Kukulkán", which is one of the best-preserved testimonies of the Mayan civilization.

As night falls, Chichén Itzá lights up with its show "Noches de Kukulkán” … A unique experience!

Itinerary
  • Transportation to the archaeological site of Chichén Itzá.
  • Access to the archaeological zone and tour of its main buildings. (4 hours).
  • Lunch at a nearby hotel facility.
  • Use of the hotel facilities, swimming pool, and bathrooms.
  • Return to the archaeological zone.
  • Night tour of the main buildings, near the pyramid of “El Castillo.”
  • “Noches de Kukulkán” Night Show.
  • Return to Mérida.
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Important

If you contract the tour with a tour operator, you must bear in mind:

  • You will have a bilingual guide throughout the tour.
  • It does not include entrance tickets to the archaeological zone.
  • It does not include tickets for the video mapping show.
  • It does not include tips.
  • Remember to bring cash, payment by card is made with a commission.
Recommendations
  • Wear comfortable clothes, carry a swimsuit and a towel, in case you want to freshen up.
  • Use insect repellent and biodegradable sunscreen.
  • Cover yourself from the sun, wear a hat or a cap.
  • Hydrate yourself constantly.
  • Follow the guide's recommendations since it is not possible to climb the buildings.
  • More information here.
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Must-sees
  • “El Castillo de Kukulkán”, “El Juego de Pelota,” “El Templo de los Guerreros,” “El Cenote Sagrado,” and “El Observatorio.”
  • Listen to the sound of the buildings, as you clap in front of them.
How to get to Chichén Itzá?
  • Take the highway 180 Mérida - Cancún, then arrive at Pisté town of Tinum, where the archaeological zone of Chichén Itzá is located.
    • Estimated time by car: 1:30 hours.
    • Estimated time by bus: 2 hour

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