Chegue cedo e evite as multidões nessa excursão a Chichén Itzá com um guia-arqueólogo – uma oferta exclusiva da Viator disponível somente aqui! Vivencie com tranquilidade atrações como a Pirâmide de Kukulcán, a arena e outras áreas desta impressionante zona arqueológica que não fazem parte das excursões mais tradicionais. Enquanto contempla a grandiosidade da antiga capital do império maia, aproveite comentários informativos e fascinantes do seu guia especializado. Transporte de ida e volta incluído de acordo com a opção de excursão mais adequada a você!
It was great. There was a lot of walking but it was a beautiful day. We started very very early in the morning, so we beat the crowd. The lunch wasn't the greatest due to food restrictions otherwise it was fine.
I booked a trip through Viator that ended up with Amigo Tours. We went from Playa del Carmen to Chichen Itza. We were told to meet at a hotel about a mile from where we are staying, though they asked for our hotel info when we signed up. Kind of surprising since we had to walk that far at 5 in the morning to get to the other hotel. We were picked up by a van that needed shocks three years ago and never got them. We toughed it out in that van with a driver who checked his cell phone the whole way, a little unnerving since it was pitch dark outside. When he finally came to a stop 90 minutes later, we were told we were switching to a bus. Great! Until we got in the bus and discovered leg room that was not fit for a five year old. After being squashed for another hour (with a brief stop for a terrible lunch (at 7 in the morning) in a touristy shop full of local "treasures", we finally made it to Chichen Itza. The grounds are fascinating and the architecture truly wonderful. We loved the actual tour, and our guide was reasonably entertaining, though he only showed us about half the buildings. The ride home was not described in the brochure this way. We took our cramped bus (and I'm talking cramped!) to the rendezvous point, then took the shaky van through Tulum - out of the way - and made several stops to drop off passengers along the way. You're better off renting a car and making the drive yourself. It will take way less time and you can get a guide at the ruins. I was going to write this review strictly for Viator, but then decided to publish it when I could find no way to contact them directly.
This was our favorite tour on this trip! Marco was our guide and he was phenomenal. He was very knowledgeable and we could tell he was passionate about his work. The early access was worth it and I would recommend this tour to anyone.
To Chichen Itza. This tour is great for individuals who like an early start to an activity/tour 6 AM. The tour is also for those who want only a one of, one event or place to go to with an expert guide/professional Marco, Amigo Tours in the field of Mexican archeology and history. So here is what you get best price compared to many other tours, early start to your day, totally knowledgeable professional commentary and discussion, great humour, first class transportation, first into the site, exit when all other tours are arriving in 9 AM out by 12:45, back to PDC by 4:30 PM, two potty breaks along the way, lunch stop to pick up bag lunch on the way back very basic sandwich, fruit , juice. This was our third tour to Chichen Itza our adult grand kids had not been, also the best of the three tours thanks to Marco. This was a five star tour, early start, first class transportation, excellent commentary and discussion, early return, total satisfaction.
Great day out - early access was great and made the early departure from the resort well worth it. Frank our guide was great and made the tour very interesting and filled with the history of the mayans along with the coach driver Rafa made this a perfect day. This is one of 5he best value tours I have been on during all my travels and even included a packed lunch on the coach back to our resort.
seeing Chichen Itza was great ,but being rushed around the site was not the best ,if you stopped to take a photo you were left behind at points the guide was not keeping track of his party .when promised an authentic mexican lunch in a small village and you end up in a tourist shopping mail with pizza ,chips and poor tastles food then its not great best not to promise anything advice take lots of water for the trip in the van as they offer you 0 in the heat .over all yes we got there early and we saw the site but that was the basics .I know its about what you see and not the food but do not promise and make a big thing about the meal being the best authentic mexican meal you can have with as the guide said no pizza and chips I have never beenon a trip where tips /gratuities were mentioned so much must have been the buss word of the day