Chichen Itzá Cenote Hubiku

Itinerary

  • 1

    Pick up from Clients

    We start to pick up clients at their hotels or closest meeting points and then go off to adventure

  • 2

    Hubiku complex

    We arrive in Yucatan to the complex where you can divide your time as you consider, you can swim in the cenote, visit the representation of a Mayan village and / or visit the museum, and eat a rich buffet meal in the restaurant.

  • 3

    Chichen Itza

    We arrive at the Mayan city of Chichen Itza where you will be with a guide specialized in the Mayan culture and you will be able to visit the main constructions together with him.

  • 4

    Magical Town of Valladolid

    Visit the magical town of Valladolid where you can enjoy its main square and get to know one of the first churches in the Yucatan peninsula

  • 5

    Back

    We begin to return all our clients to their hotels or meeting points in Cancun, Playa del Carmen or the Riviera Maya

This itinerary may be modified without prior notice, it is not guaranteed that the schedules are exact or in the order shown, since traffic or external issues may affect our operation.

Description

Spend the day touring the well-preserved ruins of Chichén Itzá, look up at the steps of the Kukulkán pyramid, and enjoy a refreshing dip in a spectacular underground cenote. Stop in the picturesque colonial city of Valladolid and enjoy a tasty buffet lunch along the way. Then head to the heart of the Yucatan Peninsula, where you will find the sparkling waters of the picturesque Hubiku Cenote.

Immerse yourself in the refreshing and crystalline waters and talk with your guide about how these pools surrounded by the jungle are formed from underground freshwater streams. Recharge with a tasty buffet meal of Yucatan dishes, then head to the region's primary historical attraction.

Upon arrival in Chichén Itzá, take a guided tour where you can see the most impressive views of the archaeological site. Marvel at the mysterious pyramid of Kukulkán and listen to your guide explain its role in the pre-Columbian Mayan civilization. Take a look at the largest ball court on the continent just a few meters away and imagine the old players entertaining themselves in a game of Pok Ta Pok, a ritual practiced throughout the Mayan Empire.

Duration
12 A 13 HORAS
Available days
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
y Saturday
Ages
Infants up to 4 year(s)
Children from 5 until 11 year(s)
Adults from 12 year(s)