Chichen Itza in Maya means "Mouth of the well of water witches". On this tour, you''ll first be picked up from your hotel and head to this great archaeological site. It is one of the major archaeological sites of the Yucatan Peninsula. With your guide, walk the main building called Ku Kul Khan Castle as well as El Caracol, also known as the Observatory, the Group of the Thousand Columns, Church, Temple of Venus, Temple of the Jaguar and the Ball Court, the largest built throughout Mesoamerica. Learn all about the Maya culture and each of the buildings on a 2-hour guided tour.
Continue on to Cenote Ik Kil which is located a few kilometers from Chichen Itza. Here, you can take a refreshing swim. The cenote has a depth of 60 meters and, from the surface to the water, its height is 25 meters. Cenotes were sacred places for the Mayan culture and were considered the road to the underworld. You will have a great time here and then head to the last stop on your tour, the Coba Ruins.
Coba, in Maya means "Murky Water". The ruins are located west of the coast of Tulum. At its peak, Coba had a population of about 50,000 cohabitants and an area of eighty square miles, but on the tour you will just see two square kilometers which are the ones that are still preserved and rebuilt. The rest is hidden in the dense Yucatan jungle. You will be able to see its main pyramid called Nohoch Mul and other buildings such as the Coba Group, two ball games, their trails and Sacbé or white road to the Mayan people.
Your full-day tour ends with hotel drop-off.