One of the 7 Wonders of the World, Chichen Itza is a World Heritage Site according to UNESCO,
besides being one of the most visited archaeological sites internationally.
The archaeological zone is open every day from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm during its regular hours. If you go on a guided tour, the start time will depend on the hotel where you stay.
They vary depending on the type of tour you book or if you decide to go on your own. To see all the details of the admission prices, we suggest you read “Tickets to Chichen Itza”.
From Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Riviera Maya.
The temperature varies from 17 °C to 37 °C depending on the season of the year, it is usually muggy and it is suggested to bring an umbrella either for the sun or the rain.
“Mouth of the well of the wise men of the water” is the meaning of Chichen Itza, one of the translations of the Mayan language, although there are different interpretations.
How and why was the Chichen Itza pyramid built?
What is Chichen Itza?
It is a famous Mayan archaeological site located in Yucatán, Mexico, known for its impressive ruins and pyramid constructions, such as the Temple of Kukulkan.
How much does the entrance fee to Chichen Itza cost?
Chichén Itzá Official site: If you decide to go on your own, the cost of entry will depend on your origin and will be as follows: Foreign adult: 571 pesos and 85 pesos for children from 3 to 12 years old. National tourism: 253 pesos. Local: 85 pesos
How to get to Chichen Itza?
The best way to get to the archaeological zone – also known as Mayan ruins – is with a guided tour since not only will they take you from the door of your hotel in a comfortable round-trip transfer, but the guide will also explain all the details of the Mayan Culture. If, even knowing this, you prefer to go on your own, we have created a special section so you know how to get there.