This ancient city bears some of the most spectacular vestiges of Mayan culture. Pyramids along with sacred cenotes, temples and ceremonial platforms are just some Chichén Itzá's majestic relics. Recognised as one of the World's New Seven Wonders, a visit to the city is a truly remarkable experience.
Enjoy a quiet walk in this small town, nestled 129 kilometres south of Riviera Maya, buy local handicrafts or visit its well-known ruin set on a cliff edge overlooking turquoise waters and soft white sands.
One of the largest Mayan cities, only a small portion has been archaeologically restored and available to visitors. Surrounded by wild jungle thick with lush wildlife, the site exudes an aura of mystique. Climb 120 steps up to the top of one of its pyramids and be amazed at the view of a world you cannot imagine.