NOTE: This tour includes a car service that will pick you up at your accommodation. Please tell us your hotel or apartment address in the 'Additional Details' box while adding the tour to your shopping cart.
Our Itinerary At A Glance
- Pick-up from your hotel – please indicate at the time of booking
- Chichén Itzá Archaeological Site – including a tour of El Castilo pyramid
- Guided tour of a nearby Maya sanctuary
- Traditional Yucatecan lunch at the sanctuary
- An afternoon swim in a secluded cenote onsite (life vest will be provided)
From here, we enjoy a private tour of the peaceful Tsukan Sanctuary and restored Casa de Maya. Following the tour, we enjoy a hands-on experience at the sanctuary – making some of the food which we will enjoy for lunch! Our day together concludes with a refreshing swim in the sanctuary's cenote, which holds mystic energy and healing power.
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Does this excursion include transportation to and from Chichén Itzá?
What time will we need to depart from Merida or Cancun?
To make the most of our day together, we will need to depart promptly at 7:00 AM.
If returning to Merida for the evening, we will conclude our day at around 3:30 PM. If your group is based in Cancun, we will return there by around 7:30 PM.
How many participants does this excursion accommodate?
Standard pricing will accommodate 6 guests in the vehicle. If there are additional travelers in need of transportation, please send us an email so that we can discuss pricing and availability.
No, due to COVID-19 restrictions and safety protocols, it is not possible to climb the pyramids at this time.
Is this suitable for children?
Is this tour wheelchair accessible?
What time of year is best for this tour?
Please take note of the rainy season between Mid September through the end of November.
Born in Mexico city, Jazmín is interested in the investigation of pre-Colonial art and worldview through an interdisciplinary approach. Her passion for the ancient Mexican cultures led her to pursue a degree in archeology at the National School of Anthropology and History (ENAH). After conducting research on the Huasteca cosmovision and participating in different symposia, in 2018 she obtained a Master's Degree in Mesoamerican Studies at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Her fascination with the Mayan culture and her love for Mexico led her to pursue leading archaeological and adventure tours in the Riviera Maya. Her main objective is to promote interest and raise awareness about the importance of the historic, cultural and natural heritage of Mexico through the dissemination of the latest anthropological research and the practice of a sustainable tourism.