Die antike archäologische Stätte von Chichén Itzá ist eines der Neuen Sieben Weltwunder und UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe. Erleben Sie Mexikos berühmtes Wahrzeichen auf einem 12-stündigen Tagesausflug von Tulum, bei dem Mittagessen und ein Cenote-Besuch enthalten sind. Tauchen Sie ein in das erfrischende Wasser des Hubiku-Cenotes, fotografieren Sie die Höhepunkte von Chichén Itza, einschließlich der Kukulkan-Pyramide und genießen Sie ein Mittagsbuffet, das von mexikanischen Klassikern inspiriert wurde. Umfasst Transfer von und zu Hotels in Tulum.
12-stündige Tour durch Chichen Itza und Hubiku Cenote von Tulum
Besuchen Sie Chichén Itza, eines der neuen sieben Weltwunder
Besichtigen Sie die archäologische Ausgrabungsstätte und sehen Sie Höhepunkte wie die Kukulkan-Pyramide und den Ballplatz.
Schwimmen Sie im Hubiku-Cenote und genießen Sie ein Mittagsbuffet
Beginnen Sie den Tag mit der Abholung vom Hotel zwischen 7:00 Uhr und 8:00 Uhr und steigen Sie in ein klimatisiertes Fahrzeug, das Sie zum UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe der Maya-Ruinen von Chichen Itza fährt. Während der 2-stündigen Fahrt bietet Ihnen Ihr Reiseleiter einen historischen Überblick über Chichen Itzas blühende Vergangenheit.
Der erste Halt ist der Hubiku Cenote, eine Kalksteinhöhle, in deren türkisfarbenes Wasser Sie eintauchen. Nachdem Sie sich erfrischt haben, kommen Sie nach Chichen Itza und begeben sich auf eine 1,5-stündige Tour durch die Stätte. Sie besuchen Höhepunkte wie die berühmte Kukulkan-Pyramide, den Tempel der Krieger und den Ballplatz, dessen Akustik schon seit Jahrhunderten Wissenschaftler verblüfft.
Sie haben Zeit zur freien Verfügung, um die Stätte auf eigene Faust zu erkunden, bevor Sie mit Ihrem Reiseleiter ein Mittagsbuffet mit regionalen Gerichten genießen - Getränke können auf eigene Kosten gekauft werden.
Ihre Tour endet mit der Rückfahrt zu Ihrem Hotel in Tulum.
Glauben Sie keiner der negativen Bewertungen. Diese Tour steht im Einklang mit der Aufforderung und tatsächlichen Besichtigung der Ruinen und der Cenote. Es gibt einen Sammelpunkt, aber danach werden Sie mit dem, was Sie bezahlt und erlebt haben, zufrieden sein.
I want to start by saying our guide at chitchen itza was amazing ! That was the one great part of this experience! But all the way to chitchen itza (2 hour bus ride) they were feeding us advertisements and trying to sell us obsidian and Mayan calendars. Then after visiting chitchen itza they dropped us off at another touristy town so we could spend more money there (this added 2 hours to our trip and was not on our itinerary) it was very frustrating.
I booked this tour as it was advertised as a small group of 15 people maximum with hotel pick up from Tulum at 8 am with English speaking guide. Well mostly none of that happened. We had to get ourselves to a supermarket on the edge of town and had to wait until the bus arrived at 9.30am. A massive bus already packed with 40 or 50 people. Our guide did not stop talking the whole way, a mix of English and Spanish that was very hard to understand. We stopped at a very touristy souvenir market, then had a quick dip in the cenote which was very crowded and not all that clean. Lunch was a very average buffet where we were encouraged to leave tips for the waiters and dancers. By 3pm we finally made it to Chichen Itza which was very crowded and disorganised at first but once we got in there absolutely fantastic though too many tacky souvenir stalls. Our guide here was fantastic too. Very long drive back with another stop off at Vallelodid that was OK and finally back to our supermarket bus stop at 8pm where we had to find a taxi back to our hotel.
Chichen Itza is defiantly a must see its best if you have a local guild like we had, you here a lot more truths and its great to get a more accurate account for the site not the company line. we spent the afternoon on google confirming his info very interesting stuff. The cenote was not the best in the area and just a tourist trap with a sales pitch. However our guild pointed out a small one that we sneaked off to and it a was beautiful picture perfect spot. The food was bland and cheep buffet food if it wasn't for the long drive back i would say skip this but as there is nothing else around you are limited on where to go.
Martin was a wonderful tour guide and happy birthday! The van ride was comfortable and the tour was really interesting and thorough. I felt that we had plenty of time in each location.
The only inconvenience was meeting the bus pickup at 7am at a random supermarket 10-15 minutes away from our beach-side Tulum hotel. We had partly booked the tour because of the supposed hotel pickup. In fact, we'd even input our hotel name when booking. The change of plans was noted in the fine print of our ticket voucher, so we ended up paying additional taxi fees to/from our hotel.
This day trip was amazing! We had just the right amount of time at every location: cenote, lunch, Chichen Itza, and Villadolid. Our tour guide Martin went above and beyond! He truly spoke from his heart when talking about the Mayan people.It was a long drive, however Martin was super knowledgeable and shared a ton of stories throughout the tour. 100 recommend this to everyone!
Okay, the ruins and the Cenote were very cool, buuuuuut. We were picked up at 7am, driven an hour or so north to pick up more people, totally get this then driven and hour or so inland, also get this. Here is where my frustration comes in. We were taken to a place, read tourist trap that was disguised as the artisan market....this was NOT listed as part of the trip. We were left for 30-45 minutes to wander through a large room with a lot of sales people trying to get us to buy things obviously worked on commission. Then we were taken for lunch. This was another building that was across the parking lot from the shop. The lunch was in a cafeteria where we served ourselves buffet style, also fine but there were tip jars on all of the tables, and plenty of staff running around reminding you that they were there. The food was okay, but certainly nothing to write home about. I would have rather eaten some tacos from a roadside stand. Then back on the bus and on our way to Chichen Itza. We got there about 1pm, the hottest part of the day, and a full SIX hours after pick up, travel distance is only about 90 mins from point of origin. The ruins were amazing, and our guide was great. He was very knowledgable, friendly, and funny. We had a good amount of time there, and information given about the ruins, as well as about 40 mins of time to wander on our own. From there we went to the cenote, this was mildly disappointing as we only had an hour from the time we got off of the bus to the time they wanted us back. That's an hour to get in, wait in line to rent a locker, change, shower before getting in, then join the large amount of people trying to enjoy the same water. Imagine a really cool looking public pool and you're there. Then out change back and get to the bus. We were dropped back off about 11 hours later. A whole day of our vacation taken to spend maybe three total doing and seeing what we wanted. The ONLY reason I would recommend this tour would be if you aren't planning to rent a car, the cost for transportation is reasonable. That being said, rent a car! If I ever go back I would 100 rent a car. The roads are well maintained and appeared easy to navigate.
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