Tour to Wonderful Places

Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza was a Mayan metropolis located on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Chichen Itza is a popular tourist destination that is also an active archeological site. Scientific findings are continuously being made in the area, offering even more insight into the Mayan society and achievements, which governed most modern-day Mexico and Central America before European colonists arrived.

Chichen Itza is a Mayan language phrase that means “located at the mouth of the Itza’s well.” The Itza was a Mayan ethnic group that ascended to dominance in the northern Yucatan peninsula, where the city is located. The name relates to many subterranean rivers that run under the region and are most likely the city’s water supply. The location was ideal for a town of the magnitude of Chichen Itza because of the ready access to water.

Voyovoy is providing affordable Chichen Itza tours from Merida. Don’t miss out on this chance to see the Chichén Itzá ruins if you’ve wanted to since you were a child. Chichen Itzá will not let you down. The complex is enormous, with numerous temples and structures. The attention to detail in the sizing is astounding. Without question, the Kukulcán pyramid is the most spectacular in terms of scale and detail, from the temple’s 365 stairs to its orientation with stars, moon, and sun (north to south and east to west) (like Venus). It is pretty stunning to behold.

The Chichén Itzá archaeological site is centered around this pyramid. Depending on the climate, some plants all around the perimeter can provide shade or protection from the rain or sun. When you see it for yourself, it’s simple to see why UNESCO designated it as a world heritage site, and you’ll quickly understand why it’s associated with the classic image of Mexico.

It’s a beautiful pyramid, a fantastic feat of human engineering, with nearly flawless stone steps rising above you and leading to the temple at the summit. The large, level lawn enhances its vastness and splendor in front of it.

Tour to 4 Destinations in One Day

Voyovoy also provides you the opportunity to visit four places in one day. You can enjoy these beautiful places in a short period of time. Let’s take a look at these beautiful places.

Playa del Carmen

Playa del Carmen is a Mexican coastline resort town on the Caribbean coast of the Yucatán Peninsula’s Riviera Maya. It’s noted for its palm-lined shores and coral reefs in the state of Quintana Roo. Quinta Avenida is a pedestrian street that runs alongside the shore and features lots of shops, restaurants, and nightclubs ranging from laid-back cafes to dancing bars.

Tulum

Tulum is a lovely beach hamlet located just outside of Playa Del Carmen. The beaches are large and calm, with a bohemian feel that adds to the laid-back vibe. The old city’s Mayan ruins are Tulum’s most prominent attractions. These are conveniently positioned near the shore so you can enjoy the Tulum tour from Playa del Carmen in a short span of time.

Coba

Cobá also has some Mayan ruins, albeit a little more magnificent than others, including Quintana Roo’s tallest pyramid. It’s best to visit as part of a guided tour or very early in the morning if you’re going it alone, as it can get fairly crowded around midday. You can tour Cobá village after visiting the Mayan ruins. It’s a little but picturesque village where most tourists don’t go so that you can get a more accurate sense of the local lifestyle. Crocodiles can also be seen in the town lagoon, but only from a safe distance.

Cenotes

Cenotes are landslides and excavations in the ground that provide access to groundwater. You can swim in them or walk about and observe the native plants and creatures that flourish near them. The largest cenote, Gran Cenote, is near Tulum, and the Ruta de los Cenotes path runs along the Riviera Maya from there. If you’re not sure whether cenotes are the safest to swim in, there are dozens of cruises that depart from Playa del Carmen. However, for the more adventurous, there is plenty of available material on the internet to create your own tour. Several of the best have trails that make it easy to get about.