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The woman berated by fellow tourists and detained by authorities for illegally climbing Chichén Itzá’s Kukulkán pyramid is reported to have paid a fine...
When a woman illegally climbed Chichén Itzá’s famous Kukulkán pyramid over the weekend, other tourists showed their displeasure. The tourist had been yelling obscenities near...
The plans, announced just days ago, Tren Maya passengers disembarking on the outskirts of Pisté on their way to Chichén Itzá. Previously, the train stop was to be in town.
During antiquity, Pisté was a part of Chichén Itzá’s outskirts, stretching out several miles in every direction from the archaeological park that exists today.
Mexico has announced plans to open two new archaeological sites to the public in Quintana Roo.
Avoid scammers and crowds at Chichén Itzá with our 10 essential tips.
After over two years of closing due to the pandemic, a handful of archaeological sites in Yucatán remain off limits. The most notable of these...
Locals in the town of Pisté near Chichén Itzá say that crooked land deals threaten to privatize infrastructure in Chichén Itzá.
Huge crowds gathered over the weekend to observe the spring equinox at the archeological site of Chichén Itzá.
The capacity of the archaeological site will be capped at 15,000 to allow for social distancing and avoid the spread of COVID-19.
Just like last year, and the year before that, the great Kukulkán is preparing for his descent down Chichén Itzá’s most famous pyramid, but no adoring pilgrims will be there to see him.
Over the past few months, several certified tour guides at Chichén Itzá have complained about competition from unlicenced guides accompanying groups of tourists. Under Mexican...
Artists in China have created a replica of the Pyramid of Kukulcán made entirely out of ice.
Once again, a clandestine visitor has broken the rules at Chichén Itzá by climbing Kukulcán’s famed pyramid.
Both Chichén Itzá and Dzibilchaltún were closed to the public during the fall equinox due to concerns over COVID-19 infections, as well as land disputes.
As was the case during the last spring equinox, Chichén Itzá closed for three days as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19.
Chichén Itzá has gone from being thought of as simply one of many Mayan cities to nearly synonymous with Maya civilization itself.
Members of Pisté’s ejido have turned down a proposal by the federal government to buy 8.6 hectares of land for the Mayan Train project. Members...