Book this tour to see the beauty of Yucatan in these multiple natural landscapes, archaeological sites, and history.
Valladolid & Chichen Itza Private Tour
- Private Tour
- 1 to 2 People
- 3 People
- 4 People
- 5 People
Explore Chichen Itza, the Capital of the Maya Civilization
Our first stop is the most important capital of the Maya world – Chichen Itza. We visit the Castle or the Pyramid of Kukulcán, named one of the seven wonders of the modern world. We also explore the beauty of the Feathered Serpent, the largest Ball Court in Mesoamerica, and the Observatory of the Snail, where the ancient Maya made astronomic calculations with unbelievable accuracy.
We wander through the infamous and mysterious Sacred Cenote, where beautifully dressed maidens were sacrificed to Chaac, God of the Rain. No tour to this area would be complete without a stop at the Temple of the Thousand Columns – a notable heritage of the Itzaes.
For six people or more, please give us a call to book.
The tour is at your disposal; the time you wish to spend at each site is up to you.
A private and luxury vehicle according to the number of passengers with a professional driver
INAH certified and bilingual guide in English or Spanish. Other languages are available with an extra charge and under request.
- Entry fee to Chichen Itza and Cenote Samula
- Service kit and amenities: water, insect repellent, antibacterial gel, first aid kit, towels, umbrellas, and souvenir gifts
We explore Valladolid, where we can see the architecture of the Colonial era. Called the “Pearl of the Orient,” Valladolid rebelled against injustice in 1947 in the War of the Castes. The Mexican Revolution began here in 1910. Valladolid is also known for its excellent cuisine and beautiful Colonial buildings, such as the Church of San Gervasio and the Temple of Santa Ana.
Convent of San Bernardino de Siena
The first seat of the Franciscan Order in Valladolid for more than four centuries, the convent, jealously protected within the walls of the parish church, has vestiges of the forms of evangelization used by the friars to “convert” the Maya of Yucatan.
This beautiful cavern is sure to surprise you with its size and natural beauty.