Published On: Fri, Feb 10th, 2017

Chichen Itza light & sound show… Unmissable!

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Either if you are an Expat living in Mexico or just one more of the millions of tourists who visit this sacred land of the Maya, you can’t miss out on the light and sound show at Chichen Itza.

Remember that you have to apply through their website for tickets but it runs every night and is the most breathtaking show.

Try to time it when there’s a full moon rising (like this weekend, for example).

The night tour at the archaeological site of Chichen Itzá begins at the main entrance of the site. For about 45 minutes, you will be able to visit some of the main buildings in the surroundings of the Pyramid of Kukulkán (The Castle). Afterwards, you will be seated in front of the pyramid to enjoy the projection on its façade. For 25 minutes you will discover the secrets of Chichén Itzá´s amazing history.

"Kukulkan Nights" Chichen Itza Castle

“Kukulkan Nights” Chichen Itza Castle

Winter Schedule

Schedule of presentations

*Entrance to the archaeological site:
From 19:00 to 19:30 hrs.


Audio Visual Narrative

*Entrance to the archaeological site:
From 19:45 to 20:00 hrs.

* We recommend you to arrive 15 minutes prior to opening hours.

Chichen Itza Light_Sound Show (Image: Google)

Chichen Itza Light_Sound Show (Image: Google)


Click here to register for tickets

PLEASE NOTE

  • No flash photography is permitted at the archaeological site and during the projection.
  • We suggest you to wear comfortable clothes and preferably sneakers (roads are not paved at the site).
  • You may bring bottled water.
  • Please help us preserve this World Heritage by placing your garbage in the trash cans.

At sunset, Kukulcan returns to these lands and the night in Chichen Itza is filled up with light to take you on a journey through the history, legend, tradition and the heritage of this ancient culture.

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