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Light and Sound in Chichén Itzá: Nights of Kukulkan

13 may 2016
2 min. de lectura

Imagine a sky full of stars, a cool night at the foot of pyramids and buildings built by a fantastic culture that has transcended centuries, and that continues to surprise us to this day.

 You can experience all of this in Chichén Itzá, Nights of Kukulkan, an event that narrates in audiovisual form the Mayan cosmogony, their particular vision of the origin of the earth and humanity as well as the history of this place, a wonder of the world.

Let yourself be surprised by a show that will leave you excited from start to finish, in which you will always keep your eyes open, whether taking the night tour, or observing the light projections of images on The Castle dedicated to the god Kukulkan. You are probably wondering,

How can I attend? Here we will explain step by step what you have to do to live this experience.


  1. Go to the page www.nochesdekukulkan.com.mx and in the “Purchase tickets” section or call 999 126 9925 (9 am to 1 pm) to reserve.
  2. Select your preferred date and number of people. The price is $708 pesos from Thursday to Saturday and $325 pesos on Sundays.
  3. Have your ticket printed.


With your ticket, take a 45-minute night tour. before the audiovisual projection, although it is not always available due to maintenance. Request headbands to listen in multiple languages. See the ball court buildings, the eagle and jaguar platform, the Castle, the Temple of the Warriors and the Plaza of a Thousand Columns illuminated at night. At the end you can sit in the chairs arranged to watch the show; It is currently only in English and Spanish.

Bring comfortable shoes and water. You can take photographs, but if you bring special equipment you will have to pay a recovery fee. During the screening you will not be able to use cameras with flash. Live this experience and tell us what you thought!

Violeta H. Cantarell

Author: Violeta H. Cantarell

“Meridana,” traveler, animal lover, passionate reader, commentator, and enthusiastic promoter of the natural and human beauty of Yucatán.

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