Take advantage of the growing demand for Agritourism and Eco-Resorts in the most well known Maya archaeological site of Mexico. Chichen-Itzá remains open to the public 365 days of the year, and received a minimum
of 5,000 tourists per day, a number which can reach 10,000 daily visitors in the high season.
Chichen-Itzá is protected by the 1972 Federal Law on Monuments and Archaeologica, Artistic and Historic Zones and was declared an archaeological monument
by a presidential decree in 1986.
The Pre-Hispanic City is a UNESCO World Heritage Centre.
July 7th, 2007 Chichen-Itza was chosen as one of the Modern Seven Wonders of the World.
31 Hectares (76.57 Acres) of Virgin Jungle, located
in the heart of the Mayan World; 8 Kms (5 miles) from Chichen Itza, 8 Kms (5 milles) from Chichen Itza International Airport, and 143 Kms (88 miles) from Cancun.