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Chichen Itza Bus Tour From Playa Del Carmen

4.83 out of 5 based on 12 customer ratings
(12 customer reviews)

$48.95

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Tour Features

  • Hotel Pickup from Anywhere in the Playa Area
  • Air Conditioned Bus Transport
  • Lunch Buffet included (not drinks)
  • Entrance to Chichen Itza Ruins
  • Certified Guide
  • Swimming at Cenote Ik’kil
  • Photo stop in Valladolid
  • Children 3 and under Free



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Description


A trip to Playa Del Carmen wouldn’t be complete without a tour of the world famous Chichen Itza Ruins. On this economy bus Chichen Itza tour you are guaranteed the best price making this an excellent option for large groups, families, or any travelers looking to save big! This is a tour of a lifetime giving you the opportunity to experience one of the new 7 wonders of the world. Mark Chichen Itza off your bucket list with our bus tour from Playa del Carmen!

With a stop at Cenote Ik’kil this tour will enable you to explore this majestic Cenote. Take a relaxing and cooling break for a swim in it’s beautiful crystal clear waters, along with a delicious Mexican style lunch buffet with choices for all. You can appreciate the beautiful scenery en route to the ruins on this Chichen Itza bus tour from Playa del Carmen, along with a stop in the historic colonial town of Vallidolid. Take a step back in time and participate in a true Mayan experience on this tour to the world renowned Chichen Itza site

Chichen Itza Facts!

  • Meaning: Chichen Itza means “at the mouth of the well of Itza”
  • Size: These Mayan ruins covers an area of 6.5 sq km (2.5 sq miles). Chichen Itza was one of the largest Mayan cities and it was likely to have been one of the mythical great cities and the capital of two empires.
  • Must see Chichen Itza´s most impressive sights and structures are located in the central zone. Here you´ll find the Juego de Pelota or Ball Court, several platforms, temples, and the spectacular Pyramid of Kukulkan (one of the new Seven Wonders of the Word). It is a massive 25 meter or 80 feet high stone representation of the Maya calendar. Toltec warriors are represented in the carvings around the doorway at the top of El Castillo.
  • Visitors: over 1.2 million people per year.

Schedule

  • Hotel pick up approx. 7:00 – 7:30 a.m., Tour returns between 8:00 – 8:30 p.m.

Tour Includes

  • Round trip Transportation in air conditioned bus
  • Entrance to the Chichen Itza ruins
  • Entrance to Cenote IK´KIL
  • Certificated guide in English & Spanish
  • Additional free time in the ruin on your own
  • Lunch buffet (not drinks)
  • Visit to Valladolid
  • Children 3 and under are free for this tour but must be sat in an adults lap

Recommended things to bring:

Swimwear, Biodegradable Sunscreen, Hat, Money for tips, Comfortable Footwear, Camera, Water, Towel.

Additional Info:

Water is not included throughout the day and is very expensive at the ruin site. We recommend bringing a good amount with you on the tour.

*You will receive your tour confirmation within 24 hours of purchase. Next day tours must be reserved by 7 pm, and confirmation will be expedited if available. For next day orders after 7 pm, or any other questions please email us at info@wonderousworld.com and one of our team will be happy to assist!

12 reviews for Chichen Itza Bus Tour From Playa Del Carmen

  1. 5 out of 5

    Picked up from Barcelo in full size charter bus and did not have to transfer after pick up. We were given the exact tour as described to us.
    Tour guide was good and gave us history during. Would recomend using this tour and it does not cost what they sell in the resorts.

  2. 4 out of 5

    This tour was enjoyible and the duration was appropriate. They were late picking us up though. The van was air-conditioned, fortunitely, and the roads are good. Food was worth it, although beverages were no included, and I was told that there was a 10% discount on beverages that I was later told was not the case. Oscar our guide was excellent. I would recommend this chichen itza tour overall.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Very nice trip, a lot of services for reasonable price, highly recommended

  4. 5 out of 5

    Great tour for the money. Chichen Itza was amazing but it gets crazy hot throughout the day. Word of advice bring water with you, I paid $5 for one bottle at the ruins…

  5. 4 out of 5

    One thing off the bucket list! This is truly an amazing place and the history is fascinating. If your not into architecture or history then probably not the place for you! Really enjoyed it

  6. 5 out of 5

    My family of 6 stayed with Wondrous World and everyone was super nice and the breakfasts were SO good. We took the Chichen Itza tour and it was amazing. Well worth the money. We stopped at Ik Kil Cenote, then stopped to eat at a buffet and then to the ruins and then stopped at this colonial town that was super cute. Kids had a blast. Food was good and fulfilling for 4 teens. I would highly recommend this tour to all.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Super cool experience of a lifetime!

  8. 5 out of 5

    I wanted to be at one of the seven wonders of the world on my birthday this Feb and all the tours that i looked for were either very expensive or never had a pick up from my hotel (even though it was on the main area) or did not have it on the day i wanted. I was so glad to find the wonderous world tour and they met all my needs. They were wonderful. On time for pick up. assisted all the way through. The tour guide on the bus and on the Chichen Itza were funny and very informative. They kept us entertained all through the trip. The timing we had on each of the spots were right and not too much or too less. That helped in getting through the schedule very well. It was time and money well spent. I am sure to take another trip with WonderousWorld.com if i come back to Mexico. Thanks People for making my birthday special.

  9. 5 out of 5

    This was one of our main reason for visiting the Riviera Maya, and it didn´t disappoint. Very similar to visiting the Eifel Tower when in Paris, so a must do if your in the area. It gets pretty hot during the afternoon and water is expensive inside so be sure to bring your own water. We left our hotel at 7:30am in Playa and got back around the same time in the evening, so yes a long day but well worth it. I highly recommend staying with the guided tour when there since there is such a massive history to this Myan Ruin and really interesting hearing. What I didn’t like was the extra charge to use my GoPro here but not too big of a deal for me. Vendors of souvenirs along the paths are very persistent to get your business and are prone to haggling so don´t ever pay full price! 🙂 Remember to bring extra water and expect to be walking a mile to a mile and a half to see everything.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Good value for the money. I did this trip with a group of friends because we were traveling on a budget and we had an awesome time at Chichen Itza, and the cenote was amazing! I wanted to leave a comment because there weren’t many on the site and I would definitely do this tour again. It was on a bus so the process in the morning was a little slow, but the guides were very friendly and the price was right.

  11. 5 out of 5

    This by far was cheapest what I found for Chichen Itza tour. It is worth. I wouldn’t want to spend 70$-75$ for this tour. Our tour was collaborated with Easy Tours. Easy Tours’ driver was late by 20 minutes and I was worried . So, I called these guys and their response was very quick and professional. He did everything he could, to reach driver/tour company asap. Although , it took 10 minutes, but i was impressed with their response. I read only 1 review before booking this trip, so I was bit concerned. But, I would ask to book tour from them only as less expensive and same itinerary as the other tours.

    Tip :: If you don’t want to book tours beforehand, tours can be booked by roaming into downtown also. There are lots of different tour options, and they negotiate like anything.

    • Thanks Jigar,

      We appreciate the kind words. Yes, sometimes the shuttles arrive a little behind schedule because of delays picking up guests from other locations, etc. We are going to be giving our guests an approximate time window for pickup in the future instead of exact time to avoid any concerns. Thanks so much for the feedback, we look forward to talking again in the future!

  12. 5 out of 5

    This travel package, by far the cheapest we could find for Chichen Itza, offers safe passage through the thirteen layers of sky in ancient Quintana Roo. Our Mayan escort Raul, well versed in la gente Maya, brings extensive background in Mayan history, archaeology, and mythology. At Ik Kil, we watched as young people jumped into the tall dreamlike cenote where a pair of blue-crowned Motmots took refuge in the long jungle vines. Our tour then took us to one of the current Seven Wonders of the World, the El Castillo pyramid at Chichen Itza. Our guide for this and other sacred sites in this complex was fluent in English and German. There are many souvenir vendors but our only large expense ($22 USD) was a beautiful commemorative certificate of our wedding anniversary date hand-inscribed in Mayan hieroglyphics on Mayan paper, in order to help raise funds for early education in the Mayan language. Overall, the tour is a terrific little introduction to a little-known part of our human past. Now to rerent Mel Gibson´s ¨Apocalypto¨.

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