Travel deep within the jungle on horseback, observing unique plants, birds and animals along the way to this treasure seen by less than 1% of visitors to Chichen Itza
Discover one of the most interesting and hidden tropical zones near Chichen Itza. This area was formerly the camping grounds of the American archaeologist Edward Herbert Thompson, who dredged the Sacred Cenote of Chichen Itza from 1904 to 1910.
This part of the tropical forest is called “The Thompson Rejoyada” (sinkhole), an interesting place where ancient Mayan water collectors are visible, along with flora and a variety of local birds.
Your reservation is confirmed. This tour departs from the lobby of the Mayaland Hotel in Chichen Itza, no pick up is provided.
Toll free MEX 01-800-719-54-65. The clients who travel on August 3rd, onwards please dial 800-719-54-65
Toll free CAN/USA 1 877- 240-58-64
*This tour departs from the lobby of the Mayaland Hotel in Chichen Itza
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