One of the wonders of the world...Mexico  Chichen Itza, Mexico

Def worth it to drive there from the airport & stay there so you are there first thing in the am & beat all the tourist buses!

From where to eat to how to time your visit perfectly, here's everything you need to know before visiting the world wonder Chichen Itza!

9 tips you need to know before visiting Chichén Itzá

From where to eat to how to time your visit perfectly, heres everything you need to know before visiting the world wonder Chichen Itza!

Chichen Itza, the largest pre-Columbian city built by the Mayans.

Chichen Itza, the largest pre-Columbian city built by the Mayans. We visited during our honeymoon.

Ruines de Chichen Itza : ce qu'il faut visiter - #Yucatan #Mexique #maya - © Jonathan Guyot sur www.kameleon-voyage.com

Ruines de Chichen Itza : ce qu'il faut visiter - #Yucatan #Mexique #maya - © Jonathan Guyot sur www.kameleon-voyage.com

Things to Do in Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico | Anna Everywhere

What to do in Mexico's Yucatan Penisula. How to see Chichen Itza, pink lake, Tulum? Where to Find the best cenotes?

El Castillo (Temple of Kukulkan) at Chichen Itzá in Tinum, Yucatán, Mexico • photo: Tono Balaguer on despositphotos

Kukulcan Pyramid, the Temple of a Thousand Columns,Chichen Itzá, Yucatán, Mexico.top of my bucket list.

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Chichén Itzá

Mystic Places: Chichen Itza - ancient sites - including details about the Temple of Kukulcan (El Castillo)

Chichen Itza. Mexico. Definitely a good thing they no longer allow people to climb the pyramid. I thought my fam and I were going to fall to our deaths!

Chichen Itza in Mexico a wonder of the world -back in 1993 I climbed these steps -now it is forbidden as it is UNESCO very privalleged -the acoustics from the top of the pyramid -incredible!

Cenote Ik Kil, Yucatan, Mexico. millie says, "if i were a mermaid, i would swim in there."

Ik Kil Cenote - Yucatan, Mexico Been to this cenote twice! So beautiful & fun to swim in! If you get there in the timeframes that tourist buses aren't there, you get to really enjoy it!

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