The Deluxe Tour is the right option if you think you won't have time to breakfast before the tour. It includes the same benefits than the Plus Tour, with the extra advantage of a box lunch for breakfast, beverage included in the buffet meal and premium drinks on board (such as a local alcoholic beverage made from a Mayan recipe named Xtabentun).
First, the Deluxe Tour will greet you with a box lunch when you board the bus, this will be a light breakfast, a sandwich, an apple and a juice, but good enough if you didn’t have any breakfast.
Also, the Deluxe Tour will give you premium drinks onboard the bus, like whisky, tequila or Xtabentun which is a Mayan liquor (pretty good by the way). You will also get a drink on your buffet meal.
Some other great perks with the Deluxe Tour are: umbrella in Chichen Itza, you can get an umbrella so you can fight the sun, you only need to give a deposit and an ID ant the entrance of the ruins.
Besides these great perks, you’ll have the perks of the regular Chichen Itza Tour. You’ll be picked up at your hotel to then be driven to Chichen Itza which will be your first stop. In Chichen Itza you’ll have a guided tour and then some free time for you to explore on your own.
After the visit to Chichen Itza you’ll have a great lunch with traditional mayan food and drinks, remember that you get an alcoholic drink with the Deluxe Tour.
Then you’ll visit a Cenote, a fresh water source very well known in the Yucatan Peninsula. At the cenote you’ll be able to jump in the clear crystal waters and refresh yourself, the water is commonly cold or cool.
After enjoying all this you might think this is over… but then you’ll have an express stop in Valladolid, a great Colonial town in the middle of the Yucatan Peninsula. Valladolid is full of Maya people and it’s a great ending for the Chichen Itza Tour.
This UNESCO site is one of those places that just takes you breath away due to the shear size of the temples and the accuacy with which they were built. Make...Helen B In February 14, 2021
You need to have a hat, lot of water and be prepared to see a line of small shops bordering this place. Apart from this, it was a delight being there,...Catherine In January 22, 2021
It takes a couple hours to get to Chichen Itza, but it is well worth it. This is a must-see destination for everyone! The ruins are magnificent, and plenty of awe-inspiring...Rich In January 18, 2021
Ever since Chichén Itzá was named one of the New Wonders of the World, it has received much more attention, and with enough reasons. Chichén Itzá is such a wonderful place...Estrella In January 04, 2021
A must see. We went with our 5 kids (ages 6-16). I recomend preparing them ahead of time watching movies and fun facts about the ruins, mesoamerican people, and mexican culture...Caroline R In December 20, 2020
Chichen Itza is one of the 7 wonders of the world for good reason. It´s incredibly well preserved and has such a rich history. Definitely worth it. The north part of...Spadino In December 08, 2020
AN amazing site. It does get crowded so go as soon as it opens to enjoy an uncrowded few hours...Wendy Q In December 03, 2020
The site itself was really impressive with lots of ruins to look at. The site is exposed by the pyramid and ball court with limited shade there but you can find...Paul Stellaris In November 24, 2020
About two and a half hour drive away from Cancun, this is a Mayan ruin listed the new seven wonders of the world along with the Taj Mahal, Petra, Machu Picchu...Joha Murali In November 17, 2020
A great insight into Mayan architecture & civilisation, the private guide was very informative...Jenny I In November 04, 2020