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Riviera Maya: Cobá and Chichén Itzá Tour with Cenote & Lunch

1. Riviera Maya: Cobá and Chichén Itzá Tour with Cenote & Lunch

Embark on a day trip to Cobá and Chichén Itzá and explore the jungles of the Yucatan peninsula. Relax at Cenote Saamal, soak up the views at Nohoch Mul, enjoy lunch, and beat the crowds with an early morning departure. Head to Cobá first, whose ruins date back to 100-300 B.C. Learn about the significance of the five nearby lakes, and appreciate the striking architecture of the vast stone structures. Visit Chichén Itzá, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Feel lost in time in the lovingly-kept pyramids, and discover the genius of the city’s unique structures. Venture deeper into the jungle to relax at the mystical Cenote Saamal, the perfect place for a swim and some dazzling photos. Savor a delicious buffet lunch during your adventure. Finish the tour with a quick panoramic visit to Valladolid.

From Cancún: Chichén Itzá & Cenotes Tour with Lunch & Drinks

2. From Cancún: Chichén Itzá & Cenotes Tour with Lunch & Drinks

Marvel at the ruins of Chichén Itzá and swim in the cenotes of Ikkil and Suytun on a day trip from Cancún. Learn the history behind each turn from your guide, visit the village of Valladolid, and enjoy a buffet lunch. Depart from Cancún in the morning and be one of the first to arrive at Chichén Itzá, the complex of Mayan ruins on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. Beating the crowds and the heat, enjoy a tour with a specialized guide and learn all about the incredible civilization that once dominated this area.   During this luxury Chichen Itza day trip from Cancun or Riviera Maya, you can enjoy as much water, soda, and beer as you want and a light snack-box lunch on the way to the Mayan ruins. Explore the complex of Mayan ruins at Chichén Itzá and admire the large step pyramid, Temple of Kukulcan. Learn about the ancient city which dates back to 600 A.D. Then, visit 2 beautiful cenotes, Ikkil and Suytun, and go swimming in the crystal-clear water. After swimming and exploring the cenotes, enjoy delicious a buffet lunch. On the way back to Cancún, stop for a quick visit to the charming colonial town of Valladolid, known for its medieval religious sites with a history dating from the 1400s.

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Departure at 6:15 am from Playa del Carmen and return at 8:00 pm. Busy and well organized day. Comfortable bus and very knowledgeable and friendly guide Marcella. Add $26 US for entry to Chichen Itza and 100 pesos for Coba entry. To visit Coba it costs 65 pesos to rent a bike. That's what you should do. At the Cenote, it's 50 pesos for the life jacket and 50 pesos for the locker room. Buy the 2 tickets at the entrance. Tequila tasting. Bottle starting at US$100. Dinner in a buffet restaurant with souvenir shop where there are no prices. Just codes. Very good food. Add a few pesos for something to drink.

It was a really beautiful experience, especially visiting Chichen Itza and the cenote. The guide was really passionate about the history of maya people and made this tour really interesting and enjoyable. He also had a good sense of humor so it was also a fun time. I recommend for an authentic experience if you stay in Riviera Maya.

Our guide Mina was lovely; He knows everything you ask him about the excursion and the history that surrounds him; Complete excursion and well distributed times. I would repeat without a doubt, and if it is with Mina, even better!

Great tour with a great guide. The bus was very small for quite a long journey.

Overall is great except there was a 20 minutes delay on picking up.