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Valladolid, Mexico

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From Tulum: Chichen Itza, Cenote, and Valladolid Tour

1. From Tulum: Chichen Itza, Cenote, and Valladolid Tour

Start your journey by getting picked up in Tulum. Discover Chichen Itza, a spectacular archaeological site and a must-see for those interested in history and culture.  See renowned structures with your guide such as the Pyramid of Kukulkan and the Great Ball Court. Get a glimpse of the achievements of the Mayan civilization.  After Chichen Itza, head to Valladolid, a city where past and present come together. Be amazed by the colorful architecture and the local food culture.  Have lunch in the courtyard of a restored colonial mansion and wander the square and nearby streets. Take photos and enjoy shopping as you get a taste of the slow-paced Mexican life. To finish the day, go to a local community-run cenote, the perfect spot to get away from the crowds and cool down in the refreshing blue waters.

Valladolid: Cenote Maya Native Park Admission Ticket

2. Valladolid: Cenote Maya Native Park Admission Ticket

Spend 2.5 thrilling and adventure-filled hours at the Cenote Maya Native Park. Descend into the region’s most impressive cenote which reaches 60 m (196 feet) in diameter with an almost perfect circular shape. Admire the stunning crystal-clear waters and geological formations which make this swimming hole a great natural jewel. Ascend from the underworld through a tunnel or use the large wooden staircase. Take part in optional included adventure activities including swimming, diving, traversing "trepachanga" (ropes),  swinging on Tarzan-style vines, and rappeling down 26 m (85 feet) into the water.  After that, participate in an authentic Mayan ritual. Delve into the natural world and witness a blessing ceremony carried out by a Mayan shaman of the community and scented by copal, a tree resin used for incense. Finally, enjoy a traditional meal made with organic orchard supplies and handmade tortillas.

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What people are saying about Valladolid, Mexico

Our guide Iber was really interesting and told us a lot about the Mayan culture, the different regions of Mexico, the wildlife and sealife. The van is well equipped and it's a small group tour (only 3 people including me during my tour). The lunch is in a good hotel/restaurant in Valladolid and everything is included (lunch, entre fees to Chichén Itzá and the Cenote). The cenote is a cave, we were 7 in there and it's beautiful! Pick up from my hostel in Tulum right in time. Thanks a lot!

We were blessed to have a wonderful weather and the best guide ever. We had Oscar and Cesar. Cesar was our guide and a very enthusiastic anthropologist who loved teaching us about the history of the Mayans and of the local cenotes. The trip took us to wonderful places and we got to eat a fine meal at a top restraunt followed by sampling chocolates at a Local factory. We really got the best tour of Chechen ItZa.

We had a great time on this tour. One of the things we wanted to do before we left was see Chichen Itza. They picked us up at our hotel and our driver and Niko, our guide, made sure that we were prompt with our time so that we would be efficient and get back at a decent time in the evening. The cenote was awesome!!! Definitely a must see cenote. We’re very glad we went with this company and our guide Niko.

The trip was a lot of fun, tour guide was very knowledgeable about everything, cenote is the most beautiful I’ve ever seen.

Chichen Itza is an incredible site with its history and remains