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Chichen Itza: Self-Guided Tour with Audio Narration & Map

1. Chichen Itza: Self-Guided Tour with Audio Narration & Map

Take a self-guided walking tour through the iconic archaeological site of Chichen Itza. Use your tour guide app for navigation and audio narration to uncover the site's buried secrets. Begin your tour at the entrance of the site. As you enter, admire the ancient wall that once surrounded this place. Next, see the iconic Temple of Kukulcán. Find out about its construction and how it was built to honor the equinox. Continue along to reach another amazing sight, the Great Ball Court. Here, Mayans once played an intense, elaborate game somewhere between soccer and basketball—but with a 20-pound ball. Learn not just about the game, but also the peculiar way the court was built. Then, pass the ominously titled Wall of Skulls, where the heads of sacrificial victims ended up. Arrive at the Platform of the Eagle and Jaguar Warriors. Find numerous intricate carvings and sculptures depicting the exploits of these highly trained, lethally effective warriors. After this is the Platform of Venus, which once held offerings to the stars. You’ll learn about the Mayans’ complex belief system as well as how they used this platform. Soon, arrive at The White Road, a white stone road that is one of the largest and most intact of its kind in existence. Find yourself at the Sacred Cenote, where ancient Mayans sacrificed people to appease their rain god. Up next is the awe-inspiring Temple of Warriors, a multi-tiered temple with a dark secret hidden inside. Follow the route to the Hall of a Thousand Columns, where people once shared meals together. Visit the Ossuary, home to the grave of a High Priest. Then it’s on to the Observatory to understand how the Mayans viewed the heavens, and what they believed the stars told them about their future. Finally, arrive at the imposing Nunnery and the Church. These 2 ancient structures are some of the most frequently photographed spots in the entire city, so keep your camera ready.

Yucatan: Self-Guided Mayan Ruins Walking Tour Bundle

2. Yucatan: Self-Guided Mayan Ruins Walking Tour Bundle

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app that will function as your personal guide, audio tour, and map all in one. About the Chichen Itza Tour Chichen Itza is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is one of the Seven Wonders of The World and is famous the world over. Its iconic pyramid-shaped temple is the poster-child for the Mayan civilization, explaining why the Chichen Itza tour is on most travelers’ bucket lists. I know it was on mine! The only way to do the Chichen Itza tour is to go there by yourself, either in a car or staying in a nearby town. About the Tulum Tour Ah, Tulum. This ancient walled city perched on the edge of a cliff in Quintana Roo overlooking the Caribbean ocean in Mexico is quite a sight in person. Tulum’s greatest attraction is its location. It stands on a bluff facing the rising sun looking out on views of the Caribbean that are nothing less than spectacular. The Tulum ruins site is compact and easy to explore independently in only an hour or so. The self-guided Tulum tour takes you through the rise and fall of the Mayan empire. About the Ek Balam Tour Ek Balam: Ancient Maya’s Best-Kept Secret and often overshadowed little brother to uber-crowded Chichen Itza, is a special place. There are Mayan Ruins scattered across the Yucatan Peninsula, but few rivals the intimate experience available here. Between getting there, exploring along the way, and eventually scaling the massive temple, you are guaranteed a fantastic day at one of Cancun’s favorite ruin sites yet. The word Ek Balam means “black jaguar” in the Yucatec Maya language, and carvings of jaguars can be seen on the structures and ruins throughout the site. Ek Balam is a compact and fascinating ruins site with impressive ancient pyramids and structures with exciting architecture. About the Coba Ruins Tour Not a lot is needed to explain the popularity of the Coba Ruins. If you want to experience the ruins independently, on your own, the Coba Ruins tour is what you should book. Enjoy the sights without the group tour rushing you.

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What people are saying about Pisté

The audio tour had a lot of great information. Clear path to follow with a map. Easy to use offline, before and after your trip as well. Excellent product.

This was perfect for me and my partner who don't love tourist-y groups and like to do things at our own pace. The info was great.

We liked it very much. It takes a lot of battery, but the information was great. And you can go through it at your own pace.

Top experience, highly recommended to do everything on your own time, clear and simple

I loved the flexibility of the audio tour to see the amazing sights at my own pace!