Chichen Itza – Ik Kil – Valladolid

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During this tour we will visit the most famous archeological site in Mexico. Chichen Itza is included in the New Seven
Wonders of The World along with Egypt pyramids and Taj Mahal. Chichen is famous for its Pyramid of Kukulcan
where twice a year, the Serpent God’s shadow walks its steps. Here is also the largest ball playing field in Latin
America – The Great Ballcourt. A common myth is that the winner of this game was sacrificed. About half mile away
from the Kukulcan Pyramid there is a Sacred Cenote where Maya were bringing human sacrifices. In 60’s of the last
century, hundreds of human remains were brought up from here along with many gold and stone items like plates,
masks and jewelry. Among other interesting tour sites there are such places like The Plaza of Thousand Columns,
Observatory, Monastery and others that we will visit in this one day tour. During the tour our professional guides will
provide you with all the information about this ancient city.
Our next destination is Ik Kil – natural karst well 131 feet deep with crystal clear water that you will have an
opportunity to swim in. In order to get to the water you will have to walk down the cave-made stairs. In this Cenote
the world plunge championship is held. You will also have a chance to jump off the equipped 23 feet high platform.
On our way back we will visit Valladolid city that has its colonial center included in the list of the world heritage by
UNESCO. We will also visit museum of tequila, where you can try different kinds of this national Mexican drink.

 Transfer from Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Riviera Maya Hotels
 Professional multilingual guide
 Entrance Fees to Archaeological sites
 Entrance to Cenote Ik-Kil
 Water during the transfer
 Regional lunch
 Taxes

 Beverages and alcoholic drinks at the restaurant
 Use of non-professional video devices in the archaeological site (MXN $45)
 Personal expenses, tips and souvenirs


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