One of the 7 Wonders of the World, the Chichen Itza is an absolute must-see when visiting Mexico. The tour itself is similar to the 4n1 Tour mentioned above, and has three different levels: classic, plus and deluxe. Departing at 7am, guests hop on a first-class bus to get to Chichen Itza. Because it takes a while to reach the destination, you’ll only spend about an hour or two exploring Chichen Itza… but take it from me: it’s so worth the journey. On the way back, the bus stops off at a cenote, allowing you to cool off and relax in the crystal-clear water. You’ll then arrive back at your hotel at around 7 pm or later.
Now, there are minor differences between the three different tour levels. Each tour has first-class transportation complete with air conditioning and courtesy and in some cases courtesy pickup at your hotel. A buffet lunch is included in each price, as well as an English-speaking guide, entrance fee to Chichen Itza and the cenote, and a panoramic visit to Valladolid. What’s more, taxes and insurance are included too, ensuring that extra peace of mind. However, the Plus tour includes an open bar, allowing you to enjoy a few drinks during the trip. At first glance, it doesn’t seem like much extra, but considering that 6+ hours are spent on the bus, I’d say this is definitely worth the extra $10 per person. The Deluxe tour, on the other hand, includes an open bar and breakfast, as well.
Check in: 6:50 am
Departs: 7 am
Returns: 7 pm
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