SANDRINE’S TRIP

TO YUCATAN, MEXICO.

8 NIGHTS/4 STOPS

 

Cenote-Diving-Mayan culture

Sandrine and Stéphane, with their twins Lise & Guillaume, went for a 8 days trip to Yucatan They enjoyed Mayan culture, diving in the Cenotes, Tulum’s white sandy beaches, good food, and the warmth of the locals. The family lives in NY, but they are originally from Belgium. They traveled in April 2016.
 
Photo @sandrinepeters ©
NEW YORK – CANCUN
4 hours direct flight
$500 pp
 
RENTAL CARS
610 km in 8 days
6 hours on the road – 4 stops
AVERAGE BUDGET PER PERSON
$1410 / pp for 8 nights all included
$910 /pp for 16 days (without breakfast)
$500 /pp 
 
EASY TRIP
Grand Cenotes
Posada Margherita Hotel
Holbox Island
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In a snapshot

1GrnCircleAIRPORT CANCUN TO
TULUM



122 km/2h
Tulum
TULUM TO
VALLADOLID

 



107 km/1h30
Valladolid
VALLADOLID TO
CHICHEN IZA



45 km/0h45
Chichen Iza
CHICHEN IZA TO
ISLA HOLBOX



160 km/2h
Isla Holbox

GOOD TO KNOW

 
Read some interesting facts about the Cenotes in Yucatan from Lonely Planet writer, Phillip Tang. 
– Staying in Valladolid to visit Chichen Itza  is a very good idea. You avoid the touristy and crowded town of Chichen Itza.
– It’s worth to get up early to drive to Chichen Itza to avoid the crowd again and be the first to enter the park
Many many Cenotes in this area…just stop in function of your inspiration in one of them.  You might discover a hidden secret far from the crowd.
– Our favorite Cenote with the nicest view was the Gran Cenote