Estes Exclusivo da Viator - disponível em nenhum outro lugar - permite explorar o sítio arqueológico de Chichén Itzá em seu ritmo. Você decide quando e quantas vezes entrar no local. Simplesmente compre seus ingressos na entrada (não incluso) e sinta-se como um verdadeiro arqueólogo explorando essa Maravilha do Mundo, da maneira que desejar. Não apenas isso, mas você também terá acesso à suíte de boas-vindas exclusiva da Viator no local, onde poderá relaxar e utilizar as piscinas e amenidades de Mayland antes de seguir de volta para o seu hotel.
Todo correcto, quizás la atención en el hotel mas pobre ya que no acepte ninguna de sus ofertas para comer y demás (me lleve yo comida), no me informaron de que podía usar la piscina ni me ofrecieron toallas tal y como estaba previsto, pero ya fuimos nosotros a hacer uso de ella tras la visita sin problemas.Entrada rápida en Chichen Itza, nos acompañaron hasta la taquilla que es una distinta a la general supongo.
Excellent option for those who have trouble keeping up with a tour guide or who don't want to hear too much explanation. You will likely be driven with a few other tour-guide customers the van has max seats for 12 people but left to your own in the Mayaland Hotel upon arrival. We had to ask the guide where to buy tickets/entrance was but afterwards it was just us! Perfect as we love to stroll and walk around.
Long drive but very timely pickup. Once we got to Mayaland we were met by a hotel rep who helped secure our tickets. Wish we would’ve known cash only for tickets but there was an ATM. We enjoyed touring the Chichen Itza without a tour guide because we have kids who would not have liked it.
This was a great option for those who want more time at Chichen Itza to explore on your own without a guide. On a previous tour I only had an hour to see much of the site as too much time was spent with a large group eating lunch and visiting a cenote. My main complaint is that there was inadequate explanation at the Mayaland Hotel on what we had access to at their facility cenote, pool, towels, etc. This did not really matter too much as we were more interested in spending time inside Chichen Itza.
It was a wonderful time. We had the ability to add on the Cenote! Do it. I am glad we didn't have the guide. He was a bit tedious and it was nice to ditch him at the entrance. This is well worth the price.
After an on time pick up at our hotel we were off for a great day. we were greeted at the entrance of the Mayaland Hotel and promptly explained about the hospitality suite and how to enter the myan site. No huge sales pitch like I expected. We were offered the buffet for about 15 per person but chose to skip it. To enter the site it cost 240 pesos or 16 USD per person to get in so factor that into your price.
The ruins were wonderful. Being able to explore on our own was a plus. There is so much information on the web and in the brochures found all over the area that we didnt need a guide. we were given a map and allowed to go at our own pace. When we were finished we went back to the hotel and lounged around the pool and watched the iguanas hang out.
The only down side to the entire trip was all of the souvenir vendors. You cant walk 5 feet without someone asking you to buy the same trinkets but that seems to be the theme of the tourist areas. All of the vendors were lining the perimeter and trails for the site so you could walk freely through the area without tripping over them.
Chichen Itza is an amazing place, but I actually would not recommend this tour
Firstly the organisation was terribly confusing with regard to times and meeting points. We completely missed the Cenote Xtoloc, partly because we ran out of time, and partly because we ended up confused as to whether or not it was even included in our tour!
The souvenir sell started on the bus, as did the offer of a cheaper 'private tour' by the tour guide.
We also were not offered a discount booklet 'with special discounts to restaurants, bars, stores and activities to use at Mayaland'.
We didn't really have time to enjoy the Welcome suite, which in any case was again confusing to find and access. Basically it consisted of a water dispenser, a towel and access to a nice pool. Not sure where the botanical gardens even were.
Lunch was OK but expensive for what it was, but is optional.
It's basically just a transfer from you hotel to Chichen, which was fine. I wish my Spanish was better as the driver was giving the only two speaking customers a history lesson on Chichen. Which was a bit annoying.