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world wonder discovery

chichen itza - valladolid - cenote

Selected as one of the New Wonders of the World, Chichen Itza is one of the most spectacular archaeological sites in the Americas and a “must-see” for those interested in history and culture. Renowned structures such as the Pyramid of Kukulkan and the Great Ball Court provide a fascinating testimony to the great achievements of the Mayan civilization. An expert guide will lead you through the centuries of history and development, as well as help you understand the amazing architecture, art, and engineering integrated into the city.


After the ruins, a local community-run cenote is a perfect spot to get away from the crowds and cool down in the refreshing waters. This is another wonderful experience, with the cenote right at the center of life in this village. The deep sinkhole is full of birds' nests, tree roots, and is surrounded by mysticism and exuberant nature.  

Valladolid is a city where past and present come together to delight us with the sights of colonial architecture and tastes of incredibly rich gastronomy. We lunch in the courtyard of a restored colonial mansion and have time to wander the square and nearby streets of the center afterward. Great photo opportunities, craft shopping, and a taste of slow-paced Mexican life.


  • 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. pick up

  • Visit to Chichen Itza

  • Cenote and snack in the Mayan community.

  • Delicious regional cuisine in a beautiful colonial building.

  • Free time to enjoy Valladolid.

  • 6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. drop off

Days we operate

  • Monday, Thursday & Saturday


  • Transportation in air-conditioned Van

  • Mexico Kan Tours Guide

  • Professional guidance in Chichen Itza

  • All entrance fees (Chichen Itza, Cenote)

  • Lunch, Snacks and Drinks


  • There are no ATM machines in the area, nor do any of the vendors accept credit cards.

  • Kids 4 - 8 years $133 usd

"Discover the fascinating history of the Maya in

the most emblematic city of this Civilization."

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