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Chichén Itzá: Hubiku Cenote & Valladolid Tour

1. Chichén Itzá: Hubiku Cenote & Valladolid Tour

Embark on a guided tour of Yucatán on a full-day tour from Playa del Carmen. Visit the breathtaking Mayan city of Chichén Itzá and the colorful city of Valladolid. Explore the Yucatán jungles, swim in the Hubiku cenote, and enjoy a buffet lunch. Head into the dense jungles of the Yucatán and stop at the Hubiku cenote, a cavernous freshwater pool in a light-filled limestone cave and enjoy a swim. Dry off over a buffet lunch of typical Mayan dishes and then hop back on the bus for the last leg of the drive to Chichén Itzá. This dense and sprawling archaeological site features excavated ruins and well-preserved temples. The final stop is the quiet colonial city of Valladolid, where the pastel walls of shops and restaurants provide a colorful backdrop for photos.

Cancún: Chichén Itzá, Valladolid and Hubiku Cenote Day-Trip

2. Cancún: Chichén Itzá, Valladolid and Hubiku Cenote Day-Trip

Explore the Yucatan Peninsula on a guided day tour from Cancún. Discover the fascinating ruins of Chichén Itzá, swim in a stunning cenote, and make a stop in the charming city of Valladolid. After pickup from your hotel, travel into the heart of the Yucatan Peninsula to discover a sparkling, picturesque cenote cavern pond at Hubiku. Dive into the cool, clear water and chat with your guide about how these jungle-surrounded pools are formed from underground freshwater streams. Afterwards, recharge with a tasty buffet lunch of Yucatecan specialties, before heading to the region's main historic attraction. Upon arrival at Chichen Itza, embark on a comprehensive guided tour that immerses you in the archaeological site's most breathtaking landmarks. Marvel at the mysterious Kukulkan Pyramid, learning about its role in pre-Columbian Maya civilization from your engaging guide. Nearby, take a look at the largest ball court in the Americas and imagine ancient players involved in a rousing game of pok ta pok, a ritual that was practiced throughout the Maya Empire. Catch your reflection in the Cenote Sagrado sacrificial pond, the Temple of the Warriors, and the Observatory, which dates back over 1,000 years. On your way back, make a stop at the main square of Valladolid and admire its colonial architecture and the 16th-century San Gervasio Church before being dropped off back at your hotel.

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What people are saying about Valladolid, Mexico

was amazed how great tour was . For once was actually picked up at exact time and place . Guide Marco was an exceptional historical guide and just loved that we took an interest. Bus looked brand new and aircon managed well. Our driver got us everywhere safely. The trip was not rushed. Yes it took time but worth it cenote as best had seen ..meal all you can eat usual buffet with salad and desserts. A spotless restaurant too.. Waiters brought me any soft drink inc beer too.. I chose that option on booking. I chose Jamaica soft drink. Fruit and little cake for dessert. Then mezcal tasting. Chichen Itza was amazing and made much more enjoyable with Marco s explanation and jokes and photos. Then 30 minutes in another town ..we could have had 1 hour! Safe journey back A really good experience and a lot better than many tours I have taken. Excellent.

We were picked up on time. Then we had to drive to many hotels to pick people up - unfortunately very time-consuming. Nevertheless, we really enjoyed the tour. First we were in the beautiful cenote Hubiku where we had a very good lunch. Then we went on to Chichén Itza - very impressive. Last but not least we are still to Valladolid. It was quite cold on the bus so you should definitely take a jacket with you

We had Sergio as our guide. He was informative, humorous, extremely friendly and accommodating. He taught us a lot about Mayan culture and is an EXPERT at Chichén Itzá. The food included on the tour was incredible and we greatly enjoyed Chichén Itzá and the village of Hubiku. The bus was clean and comfortable.

Wonderful trip! Our guide, Gaby kept everything on track while keeping up informed & entertained! The bus driver was great the sights were worth every penny!

It might be a loonnnng day. However, it is full of memorable experiences and well worth the money