- Please show your smartphone voucher at the entrance of Mayaland Hotel (Highway Merida Cancún, Km.120) to get your paper ticket
- Last admission: 16:00
- Cancellations are possible up to 72 hours before your visit date
- Changes may be possible for this ticket
- Wander around one of the most spectacular and best-preserved cities of the ancient Maya civilization
- Scale the massive Pyramid of Kukulcan, visit the ominous Platform of the Skulls, and check out an early sports arena
- Cool off with some downtime in the nearby Mayaland Hotel resort, where you can swim and see some stunning botanical gardens
Take your Mexican adventure to the next level with a journey to the center of Maya culture, and add a little bit of luxury in the process. One of the largest and most mythologized cities of Mexico's ancient past, Chichén Itzá is a UNESCO World Heritage Site home to the towering Pyramid of Kukulcan, the ominous Platform of the Skulls, countless temples, ancient ballparks, and lots more. See it all with this ticket, and get access to the lavish Mayaland Hotel's lush botanical gardens and pool.
Understated subtlety wasn't high on the ancient Maya agenda when constructing the Pyramid of Kukulcan. Stretching 79 feet into the air, the temple was built to honor the Mesoamerican feathered serpent deity Kukulcan. Today it's every bit as breathtaking as it was back then - let your holiday snaps act as proof!
After visiting the massive pyramid and posing for some very cultural photos, take some time to explore the smaller, but equally impressive, temple ruins around the site. Check out the early sporting arena in the Ball Court, gaze into the eerie Cenote of Sacrifice, and wander the city market, where the ancients met and exchanged goods.
Complement your journey into the past with some thoroughly modern comforts at the Mayaland Hotel resort, located on the actual site of Chichén Itzá. This ticket gives you access to the hotel's sparkling pool and tropical gardens, where you can cool off and reflect on the incredible history of this unique and beautiful corner of the world.
The crafty Maya knew a thing or two about astronomy and weren't shy about incorporating it into their architectural designs. Around the spring and autumn equinoxes, the late afternoon sun strikes off the northwest corner of the Pyramid of Kukulcan, casting a series of triangular shadows against the northwest balustrade, creating the illusion of a feathered serpent slithering down the pyramid.
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