July 15th, 2014 by ejalbright
Now visitors can see and explore both.
The Hacienda Chichen, once a working plantation and cattle ranch, today is a resort. For the past five years, Akab Dzib has been behind a gate, unavailable to visitors.
Now visitors who stay at the Hacienda Chichen can enter the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza through the hacienda’s beautiful gardens and past the Akab Dzib, according to Belisa Barbachano, who run the resort.
“Our guests can arrange purchase of their ticket to Chichen Itza when booking their stay, at check in, or the night before their visit to the archaeological zone, and avoid all the discomforts that the other entrances provide, such as long waiting lines or crowded bus tour groups,” writes Barbachano in an e-mail. “It is magic to enter through our gardens, along a very secluded and lovely path to our new gate. It truly is such a great plus for our guests.”
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