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Chichen Itza Tours: The 14 Best Tours to Explore Mexico’s Wonder of the World

If you’re visiting Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, you probably have exploring Chichen Itza–North America’s only Wonder of the World–on your bucket list. But if you want to actually understand the historical significance of this incredible ancient city (and not worry about the logistical headache of figuring out transportation here), going with a tour is SO much easier. Here’s 14 of the best Chichen Itza tours (no matter where you’re coming from in the Yucatan!) to make your trip here as epic as possible.

Visiting Chichen Itza: Everything You Need to Know

Chichen Itza is one of Mexico’s most popular tourist attractions and North America’s only Wonder of the World. And for good reason- this incredible and ancient site (dating back over 1,500 years!) makes you feel like you’re straight up starring in your own personal Indiana Jones movie. Here’s a complete guide to everything you need to know about visiting Chichen Itza, a not-to-be-missed site on any Mexico bucket list.

Cenote Suytun: The Yucatan’s Most Otherworldly Cenote

Cenote Suytun is arguably the most famous cenote in the Yucatan. You know the one I’m talking about- think of a stalactite-laden cavern, with a single beam of light, shining down onto a submerged stone platform. If you want to mark this otherworldly (and very Instagrammable!) place off your bucket list, here’s everything you need to know about visiting Cenote Suytun.

Bacalar Lagoon: Everything You Need to Know

Bacalar, Mexico is known for one thing- the famed Bacalar Lagoon (or “the Lagoon of Seven Colors”). Its water is a variety of stunning shades of turquoise, which led to Bacalar being referred to as “The Maldives of Mexico.” So if you want to take a dip in the electric blue water, grab your beach towel and sunglasses- here’s everything you need to know about the Bacalar Lagoon.

Cenote Cocalitos: Visiting the Best Cenote in Bacalar, Mexico

Cenote Cocalitos has clear, turquoise water, helping its city, Bacalar, to earn the nickname “The Maldives of Mexico.” In addition to its stunning water, this cenote also offers you the opportunity to get up close and personal with the oldest living organism on the planet. Here’s everything you need to know about visiting Cenote Cocalitos. 

Best Bacalar Boat Tours: Everything You Need to Know

Most travelers to Bacalar, Mexico are headed to this sleepy yet charming town to experience one thing—its stunning Lagoon of Seven Colors. And what could be a better way to get out and enjoy the electric blue water than cruising through the lagoon on your very own boat. Here’s everything you need to know about Bacalar boat tours (including the three best tours!) to make the most of your time out on the jaw-dropping water.

Blue Falls of Costa Rica: Central America’s Best Hidden Gem

Costa Rica is known for its incredible waterfalls, but did you know that one of its most stunning waterfalls remains a hidden gem? The Blue Falls of Costa Rica feature two jaw-dropping cascades, with electric blue and emerald water, that’s perfect for cooling off under the hot sun. Here’s everything you need to know about visiting the Blue Falls of Costa Rica, an unmissable hidden gem.

Best La Fortuna Chocolate Tours for Ecoconscious Travelers

La Fortuna offers much more than just being Costa Rica’s adventure capital, like its thriving chocolate farms. But with so many chocolate tours to choose from, it can be hard to narrow down which ones are worth your time- and money. Here are three of the best La Fortuna chocolate tours for eco-conscious travelers.

Cenote Azul Bacalar: Everything You Need to Know

Bacalar, in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, is known for its famed Lagoon of Seven Colors, varying from turquoise to a dark indigo. And the town’s Cenote Azul, which borders the lagoon, is no exception, with jaw-dropping dark blue waters, just waiting for you to dive in.

Here’s everything you need to know about the stunning Cenote Azul Bacalar.

Cenote Yokdzonot: The Yucatan Peninsula’s Best Hidden Gem

Cenote Yokdzonot is one of the best hidden gems in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, offering a dreamy place to cool off less than half an hour from Chichen Itza. Beyond its otherworldly beauty, this locally-owned and operated cenote offers all kinds of activities besides just swimming, from ziplining to rappelling down into its crystal clear waters.

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