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Xichen Clasico Tour Tickets

Xichen Clasico Tour Tickets

Adults: $139.99 | Children: $104.99

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Xichen Clasico Tour Tickets

Adults: $139.99 | Children: $104.99


  • Round-trip transportation on a panoramic bus or luxury van from Cancun and Riviera Maya.
  • Access to the Chichén Itzá archaeological site with a certified bilingual guide.
  • Visit to the Xcajum cenote with 45 min to swim (mandatory use of life jacket).
  • Access to Xcajum facilities (lockers and life jackets with extra cost).
  • Buffet lunch at Xcajum restaurant (drinks with extra cost).
  • Bottled water at the archaeological site.
  • Panoramic tour by Valladolid.

Important Information:

  • Children from 7 to 11 years old pay 25% off the Adult ticket price (must show ID before boarding bus).
  • Children over 1.40 m but under 12 years of age, must present identification to verify their age.

Tour Transportation

Family boarding the Chichinitza Tour Bus

Your journey to ancient wonders and cultural encounters begins the moment you step aboard the Xichen Clasico Tour. Settle into spacious comfort as you roll towards iconic Chichen Itza and hidden gems like Valladolid and Santuario Xcajum Cenote. This isn’t just a ride, it’s a prelude to a day brimming with exploration, discovery, and awe-inspiring moments. Relax, soak in the anticipation, and get ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure!

Family boarding the Chichinitza Tour Bus
Chichinitza archeological site

Access to Chichen Itzá

Chichinitza archeological site

Unveiling ancient wonders awaits on the Xichen Clasico Tour! Immerse yourself in the majesty of Chichen Itza, exploring iconic ruins like the towering El Castillo and the intricate Temple of Kukulkan. Walk in the footsteps of the Maya, deciphering their stories etched in stone. This isn’t just a visit, it’s a journey through time, a chance to connect with a powerful civilization that continues to inspire awe. Don’t miss out on this unforgettable cultural encounter!

Xcajum Tsukán Cenote

Young lady enjoying the cenote view during the Chichinitza tour

Your Xichen Clasico Tour whisks you beyond the crowds to a hidden jungle oasis. Descend into the enchanting Xcajum, a cenote adorned with sunlight filtering through a natural opening. Swim in its crystal-clear waters, marveling at unique rock formations and lush vegetation. This isn’t just a dip, it’s a tranquil escape, a chance to connect with nature’s beauty in a sacred Mayan space. Unwind, refresh, and carry the magic of this hidden gem within you.

Young lady enjoying the cenote view during the Chichinitza tour
Couple enjoying meal during the Chichinitza Tour at Casa Valladolid

Santuario Tsunkán Cenote Restaurant

Couple enjoying meal during the Chichinitza Tour at Casa Valladolid

Rejuvenate after your Chichén Itzá adventures with a delicious stop at Santuario Tsunkán. This buffet lunch, included in your Xichén Clásico Tour, features an array of Mayan-inspired dishes prepared with fresh, local ingredients. Savor slow-roasted meats, vibrant ceviches, and vegetarian options, all presented amidst the breathtaking scenery of a natural cenote. Immerse yourself in the tranquil ambiance, listen to traditional music, and take a refreshing dip in the cenote before or after your meal.

Special Offer: 15-20% Off When You Combine Tours!

Chichinitza Ruins

Special Offer: 15-20% Off When You Combine Tours!

Chichinitza Ruins

    Important Information!

    • Downloaded proof of purchase (coupon) and official ID for all visitors (including infants) must be shown at the park’s entrance or pick-up locations.
    • It is necessary to confirm the time and location of the pickup.
    • Infants from 0 to 4 years old have free admission.
    • Children from 5 to 11 years old pay 25% off the Adult ticket price (must show ID at the ticket office of the park).
    • Child Policy: Children must be at least 6 years old to do the activities. Only in the case that the child does not present a valid official ID, the price entrance will depend on his height. Children: From 3.2 ft (1 m) to 4.5 ft (1.40 m). Children over 4.5 ft (1.40 m) but under 12 years of age, must present an ID to verify their age. Children must always be accompanied by an adult.
    • Inside the archaeological site, the use of a video camera requires an extra tax not included in the tour price.
    • The use of drones is prohibited in the archeological site.
    • Lockers and lifejackets at the cenote Ik Kil are not included.
    • Reservations canceled more than 2 days before the booking date is subject to a 10% charge for administrative fees.
    • Reservations canceled less than 48 hours before the booking date and/or no-shows are nonrefundable.
    • Based on the cancellation request date, the remaining amount will be credited back into the XSN E-Wallet or credited back into the payment method used.
    • Use fresh clothes and comfortable shoes for walking, a hat and sunglasses. 
    • Only the use of sunblock and sunscreen containing titanium oxide and zinc oxide (Biodegradable) is allowed in the tour 
    • Bring cash or a credit card to purchase souvenirs or the photo package of your visit. 
    • Reservations canceled more than 2 days before the arrival date are subject to a 10% charge for administrative expenses; 2 to 0 days before the arrival date, or in case of not arriving, they will not be refundable.
    • Complimentary transportation is provided from select hotels in the area.
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    Natalia Sarzi AmadèNatalia Sarzi Amadè
    13:26 02 Feb 24
    One of the 7 new wonders of the world!You can’t miss Chichen Itzá if you are in the Yucatan Region! It is truly fascinating to learn about the Maya civilization and understand more about the history of Chichen Itza.
    Clifford RosenClifford Rosen
    13:26 02 Feb 24
    One of the 7 wonders of the world. It was a 4 hour trip each way from Playa del Carmen but it was 100% worth the trip. Remember to haggle with the vendors inside and be willing to walk away from them if you don't like their prices.
    Agustin CoronaAgustin Corona
    13:21 02 Feb 24
    Very good
    Chistina HaehneChistina Haehne
    12:31 02 Feb 24
    Grace QuijanoGrace Quijano
    18:05 29 Jan 24
    A must see when visiting Mexico, such a beautiful place full of history. You find all kind of souvenirs and yummy food. Super recommended!!
    Victoria MVictoria M
    09:36 23 Jan 24
    Beautiful and unique place! A bit disturbing on the entrance, too many people trying to scam you or sell stuff, but as long as you walk straight past without stopping you will avoid problems. Place itself is amazing. Different aura I think you have to visit this place at least once if you in Mexico. And lastly it is super hot so definitely bring water , sunglasses and don’t forget to put sunscreen. For me it was burning hot even thought I love hot weather and rarely ever burn.
    Adrian MorrisAdrian Morris
    13:30 19 Jan 24
    Really fascinating place. A deffo must see if you are visiting the Cancun area. We got a little minibus out there with a guide from the resort. It gets super busy. We arrived about 9am so no major queues. If you go solo you can hire a guide outside the entrance. Need to be super respectful of the Mayan people and culture. What their ancestors achieved is remarkable in terms of astronomy and building structures. Particularly intriguing was the games court where teams would fight to get a rubber ball through a hoop on either side of the concourse. The team leader of the losing team would be sacrificed! As a bonus though, you did get a nice carving of your skull in the stone 😅
    Matthew HarwoodMatthew Harwood
    14:42 29 Dec 23
    Absolutely stunning! A fantastic area surrounding a famous archaeological location. You must visit here when in Mexico and make sure you go with a local guide who can tell you the history of the area and make sure you do not miss any of the stunning features. Also keep an eye out for the iguanas that have made the area their home.
    Keaton KlemencicKeaton Klemencic
    17:48 27 Dec 23
    A must see and definitely a place to add to your bucket list. Drove from Cancun and it took about 2 and half hours with little to no traffic for most of the drive. Definitely worth booking a tour when factoring in the price of tolls & gas if you are looking for a more budget friendly option. The toll lines could take up to 15 minutes. Several times just before arriving we were waved our by tour locations that made it seem like we had to get a tour but, luckily from reading all the reviews before we just keep driving. We didn’t get a tour guide and definitely would not say it is mandatory although I did already know a lot about the location and culture before this trip. If you don’t then getting a tour with transportation would definitely be a great option. We parked at a local spot just before the official parking which was about a five minute walk to the park. We bought tickets when we arrived. We went on a week day and arrived a little before noon and waited about 15-20 minutes to get our tickets. We were able to walk the entire park in less than 3 hours. Plenty of options from souvenir vendors all over the park and from the walk in. Overall it was an amazing experience and definitely the best place we went to when visiting the the Yucatán peninsula.

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