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Chichen Itza Classic With Cenote Suytun And Valladolid City

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icon12 hours  (Approx.)
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iconOffered in: English and 1 more

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Discover one of the new seven wonders of the world on a day trip to the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza. Traveling with a group tour simplifies the trip and enables busy travelers to see the UNESCO-listed site without worrying about transportation or logistics. Plus, this efficiently organized tour includes time for a stop to swim in a cenote (underground river) and the chance to explore the historic city of Valladolid.
  • Visit Chichen Itza, Cenote Suytun and Valladolid on a guided tour
  • Taste the foods of the Yucatan during a buffet lunch
  • Enjoy hassle-free hotel pickup and drop-off
  • A guide provides historical and cultural details you might miss on your own

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Horrible expérience...!! Worst ever in my life! I want ou money back!
Carolleen1
, Nov 2019
I chose Chitzen Itza, Cenote and Valladolid tour To discover a bit of Mexico. What a disappointment! My trip started with an on time pick up with a van, which was good. Then we went to a place to take a coach and then to a meeting point, from where we departed at 09h00am..so far so good. Unfortunately after that started the terrible of the tour...I went To a coach, where there were a guide which name is Gonzalo..he spent his time asking about money; I even call that "moaning". I do not want to offend anyone however it is unacceptable To spend most of time resquesting money to support mayas, To support the guide, to support local population and so on. Gonzalo has no idea about how hard I work to pay my holiday and I am not a bank! There are not only Mayas population who are still discriminated, but also Black people! And do we ask for any support? It is not normal To hear, " in the USA the minimum salary is $15 while in Mexico it is $06"..It is also not normal To hear here in Mexico there are 5 social classes: rich and very rich then poor and very poor and in between you have the guides..also it is not my problem how long the guides work per day: 16 or 17 hours per day. We spent our day hearing such things while Gonzalo also told us that the worst thing of this world is jalousy..Did he want To make me Feel bad as I am a tourist? Regarding the food, it was very bad quality. The cenote was also not terrible. When arriving in Chitzen Itza, we were with an other guide who has a very difficult english. What is more, I also remember Gonzalo requesting tips at the end or the day saying that he will not pass a box over the bus for the tips but that he will collect the tips in hands at our exit...that's a such same! This is forcing people To give.. I already pay my tour and Chitzen itza and I must pay again the guide and his family and Mexico and so on...:( The worst is that I hear Thank you for the tips..God Bless You..our house will be always open for you. Do not listen what you hear on the news regarding Mexico..Well.. my experience in Mexico was Just horrendous, much more than what I heard on the TV..I Will personally not invite people to travel to Mexico. Finally Gonzalo told us that about 3 months ago a man came to him saying that he is talking too much, the man explained to him that he was on this tour only To take pics..that he does not care about all of his talking..Apparently Gonzalo remained without any voice, as he was "frozen". Respect our holiday!

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