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Go in the afternoon, if you are used to walking at a high pace! We did excactly that: we arrived at 3pm, and managed to see everything on site! Wear good shoes though, the ground can be quite slippery in some spots.
I have been wanting to visit Chichen Itza for many years. Our cruise ship stopped in Cozumel for the day. We were going to fly to Chichen Itza but they planes were not flying. So we took the long bus ride. I know it was...More
Raphel with All TourNative was our guide and he was simply amazing. He knew so much and was so passionate about Chichen Itza and Maya culture. It was incredible to see the structure in real life. He showed us a trick with clapping that was...More
I have waited a long time to visit this site and the anticipation was killing me to arrive. The history and the stories this site holds is breath taking. The one draw back is how “commercialized” it has become. There are many (many!) pushy vendors...More
For me and my boyfriend this was a fantastic experience... Yes the bus ride was super long (3 hours from Playa de Carmen), and it was a very early start for us (5:10am). But setting off early really paid off as we the had this...More
Honestly, I was not quite impressed with chitchen itza. Its big and the architecture is certainly amazing. If you are a history buff, it's worth a visit. But the grounds are littered with vendors which is distracting. In addition, the space just doesn't feel like...More
My wife & I went with a tour company called Living Dreams Mexico. Booked through the hotel, Sanara Tulum (fabulous hotel!, right on the beach!!).
Claudia Quinones was our guide-cum-driver. She picked us up in her well maintained SUV. It was a little over 2...More
Enjoyed the tour as the guide made it very interesting. But what most people don't know before they go there is, that there is a bazillion vendors lining the whole perimeter of the park
They are constantly acosting you to buy their merchandise and making...More
This place is completely magic, since the first time you see the pyramids you just say wow, because it’s really beautiful to see this magnificent building that were made time ago by an ancient Mexican culture that was one of the best making this kind...More
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I would see no reason for children aged 4 years not to be included. They would not comprehend the culture of the Mayan civilization, but they could see the magnitude of their buildings. Groups must stay together for the... More
I would see no reason for children aged 4 years not to be included. They would not comprehend the culture of the Mayan civilization, but they could see the magnitude of their buildings. Groups must stay together for the presentations. If you feel the child is capable of staying with you, without crying or disruption, then this should be acceptable.
Sorry, did not see your question before. We did not take an organized tour (but would recommend to do so; seems worthwhile). Looking around and considering the size of the complex, they will take at least a one or two... More
Sorry, did not see your question before. We did not take an organized tour (but would recommend to do so; seems worthwhile). Looking around and considering the size of the complex, they will take at least a one or two hours). All in all you would need also at least 2-4 hours. Please checkout Coba too. We liked it there better.