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A great park that will keep you busy if you like the water&marine

It is pricy but totally worth it. The cheapest tickets are those bought in advance, do choose the transportation option which will give you more time at the park. Very accessible with ADO bus as well but you loose about an hour in the morning. Meals and drinks are included ( that includes alcoholic beverages) and both are excellent. You get a locker and key as well. I chose to snorkel but you can also tube down the river. There are several access points to get in/ out of the water wherever you want. The trail along the cenotes is very nice as well but can be slippery on wet water shoes, look for the small caution triangles. I was in the water by 10 am, used a bicycle to get to the beginning of the river. I did the whole river to lagoon once and then spend time in the lagoon exploring the marine life near the rocks and watched the folks on the zip lines etc It’s huge! I had lunch in about 30 min, walked the trail for about 45 min., and spend the rest of the time in the water.

Xel-Há Park All-Inclusive 1-Day Pass Reviewed by Koen, 06/28/2019

A wonderful experience! No better way to see Chichenitza!

I cannot imagine visiting Chichenitza any other way! The 5 AM pickup at a bus stop was on time, with assigned seating on a large tour bus. Everyone slept until we reached a small Mayan town, and then we went through explanations of Mayan culture and received a blessing. They gave us a sack lunch to eat on the way. We were the very first bus at Chichenitza!! At Chichenitza, Frank, our guide, explained what we were seeing and told us where to look. He had so much knowledge and made the experience so interesting. I knew nothing about Mayans or Chichenitza before we took his tour, and left having learned things. You really need a guide to explain things, as there is not a lot of signage explaining what you are seeing. After his 2 hour tour, we had one hour to look at other sites (the place is massive) or shop at vendors. When we left, it was so crowded. The bus ride back was quiet and they dropped everybody off at their hotels. Highly recommend this tour!

Chichen Itza: Morning Tour avoiding the Crowds Reviewed by Laura, 12/31/2018

Great tour! Frank and Cardon were amazing just note, no sunrise!

Frank and Cardon were fantastic. I got so much information and it was awesome to get to Chichen Itza before the heat and when it wasnt too crowded. I would give the tour guides themselves 5 stars. My big disappointment was that I thought we'd actually be at Chichen Itza to see the sunrise, that is what I thought I was paying for and why I woke up at 4am...but you don't actually see any sunrise which is why I'm giving it 4 stars. You are on a bus. We got to Chichen Itza closer to 8am. I am not sure why we stopped at the Mayan Village before getting to Chichen Itza, we should have stopped there after then maybe we might have seen sunrise. All that said, i would still recommend this tour because you beat the heat and the crowds and the tour guides were fantastic.

Chichen Itza: Morning Tour avoiding the Crowds Reviewed by Anonymous, 03/21/2019

An amazing day out, we thoroughly enjoyed it

Eugenio was an exceptional guide, he welcomed everyone in the group and introduced us all to the others in the group which broke the ice and we felt we really got to know everyone. The day was relaxed, no wasted time but not rushed either. First went to swim with the turtles via a short boat trip, saw two turtles and loads of colourful fish in the reef followed by a cruise past the Tulum Mayan ruins, then lunch on the go to 4 cenotes, swimming in a couple of them. We bought the photos at the end, Eugenio was using a GoPro camera throughout which we eventually received the photos 12 days later after repeated requests, not sure what the delay was but some great photos and videos (via drop box). Thoroughly recommend this trip.

Very nice trip with extremely nice guide

As promised we arrived as first group by bus at Chichen Itza early in the morning around 8 am. But of course not at sunrise as written in the online advertisement. We could spend 3 ours at Chichen Itza. Two hours as guided tour and one hour for ourselves. Our guide Marco did a great job! He is a relaxed and very funny guide, who is at the same time very knowledgable. I enjoyed this tour and his explanations of the Maya culture very much.

Chichen Itza: Morning Tour avoiding the Crowds Reviewed by Anonymous, 09/03/2018