Early Access to Chichen Itza with a Private Archeologist - $97.33 USD
Discover the ruins at Chichen Itza with a private archaeologist guide on this all-day Viator exclusive tour. Skip the lines and the crowds with early morning access and view parts of the ruins that most traditional tours don't visit. Learn about Mexico's past through your guide's insightful commentary about this UNESCO World Heritage Site
What You Can Expect
After morning pickup from your Cancun hotel, travel to Chichen Itza for early access to the ruins. Follow your guide through the UNESCO World Heritage Site before most of the crowds arrive, allowing up-close access and a more tranquil experience.
Learn about the important role that this well-preserved site played in Mayan civilization between 600 and 1200 AD from your private archaeologist guide. Listen to your guide's explanation of how this pre-Colombian settlement was an important destination for pilgrimages, center of worship for the Mayan people and is still considered sacred today. Visit the Temple of Kukulkan, the Temple of the Jaguars, the Temple of the Warriors and the Observatory. Hear about the meaning of the staircases, stone carvings, platforms, pyramids and ball courts according to the mythology and cosmology of the ancient Mayan people.
Board your vehicle for transportation back to hotel. Arrive back at your Cancun hotel at approximately 3 pm.
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
Local Tour Information:
Complete Operator information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
Schedule & Pricing
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Pickups from major hotels in Cancun
Note: If your hotel is located in downtown Cancun, you will be picked up from a central meeting point close by.
April-October: Starts at 4 am, depends on hotel's location
November-March: Starts at 5:55 am, depends on hotel's location
Returns to original departure point