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Chichen Itza Facts:
A Majestic Maya Archaeological Site in Yucatan, Mexico

article courtesy of  Hacienda Chichen Resort within the ancient Maya city of Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico.

The Maya name: "Chichen Itza" means " at the edge of the Itza's well." This derives from chi', meaning "mouth" or "edge", and ch'e'en, meaning "well." Itza is the name of an ethnic-lineage group that dominated the northern peninsula of Yucatan, Mexico prior to the Spanish Conquest. It is believed that "Itza" derives from the Maya itz, meaning "magic," and (h)�, meaning "water;" Itza means: "Water Magicians." Archaeologists today believe that this majestic Mayan city rose as a prominent power towards the end of the Mayan Early Classic Period (600 AD) and current scholastic data places Chichen Itza's fall around AD 1000.   Ancient Maya created an intimate relationship between Yucatan endemic venomous snakes and their cultural traditions, including their majestic architectural designs and  with their Cosmo-vision.

Chichen Itza Ancient Maya Urban Design:

The impressive urban design found in Chichen Itza is extraordinary well planned, ancient Maya builders created clusters of  pyramids and Mayan Temples in sets of clusters. the vast Chichen Itza urban zone extends far away from the area visited today by tourists, Hacienda Chichen Resort is not only a Colonial landmark but part of this ancient city grounds.

The most visited cluster includes the New Seven Wonders majestic Maya pyramid of Kukulkan. The four most well known clusters of Mayan pyramids and temples within the ancient city of Chichen Itza are:

  • The Great North Platform, which includes Kukulkan Pyramid, Great Ball Court, Temple of the Jaguars, Tempe of the Warriors, Thousand Columns Market, Venus Platform, and to the north the Sacred Cenote of Chichen Itza.

  • The Ossario Group, which includes the Ossario pyramid,the Xtoloc temple, and the cenote of the Xtoloc.

  • The Central Group, includes the Maya Observatory or El Caracol, the group of Las Monjas and La Iglesia, plus the lovely Mayan temple of Akab Dzib.

  • Old Chichen or Chichen Viejo is  located at the far south end of Chichen Itza visited zone.  Old Chichen is not openned to the public.

Chichen Itza Facts: Temples within the visited Archaeological Zone:

Map of Chichen Itza, temples these archaeologists reconstructed in the early 20 century

CHICHEN ITZA ARCHITECTURAL URBAN DESIGN:  Some Maya pyramids were built to reflect astronomical events.  It’s no secret that the Maya were advanced astronomers—what’s lesser known is that many great Maya structures, such as El Castillo (Temple of Kukulcan) pyramid at Chichen Itza, reflect astronomical events as well as the importance ancient Maya gave culturally to a variety of Yucatan snakes in their region.

During equinoxes, an undulating shadow called the “serpent” slithers along the side of Kukulcan’s northern staircase. This is caused by the angle of the sun hitting the nine main terraces. Spring Equinox is the most notable Light and Shadow effect along the staircase of this magnificent Maya pyramid. 
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 Most Popular Day to Visit:  March Spring Equinox - Kukulcan Pyramid displays a beautiful light and shadow image of  (the Great Snake) Kukulcan descending to Earth every Spring Equinox, March 21st. Come experience such magnificent event and stay at Hacienda Chichen Resort. 

Yucatan Maya ruins: Experience the magic of Chichen Itza's Maya temples at night while staying at Hacienda Chichen

      Now Open to the Public: "Kukulcan Night Show," this night show is offered free to the public for now.

 NOTE: Driving to Chichen Itza is safe and easy for anyone, a newly updated free road takes visitors from Piste to Valladolid passing Chichen Itza and the Hotel Zone of Chichen Itza,   Please view our map to get directions

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WHERE TO STAY:  Hacienda Chichen Resort  is the ideal hotel to stay during your visit to Chichen Itza, Yucatan, This hotel offers you a private entrance to the archaeological zone from its own gardens and many quality green services, mindful wellness activities and gourmet cuisine. Come stay at least two nights to fully enjoy all what Chichen Itza and Hacienda Chichen have to offer you!

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Chichen Itza Facts:  Its Archaeological Zone
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Chichen Itza Map and Maya Architecture - Maya temples in Yucatan


Mayan Temples academic explorations have confirmed that most ancient Maya temples where built over former structures or a top large platforms that grouped a set of structures, among the most famous Maya pyramids and temples are:

Chichen Itza Maya Observatory - Maya Cosmovision and traditions*  The Maya Observatory also known as the Caracol, in the south cluster of Maya temples in Chichen Itza,  is an impressive building dedicated to the study of the skies by ancient Maya astronomers, this Maya observatory is linked to the orbit of Venus. El Caracol’s front staircase targets Venus’s most northern position, and the corners of the building align with the sun’s position at the summer solstice sunrise and winter solstice sunset.

Chichen Itza Great Ball Game Court - Yucatan, Mexico*  Great Ball Court is also within the Great North Platform series of Mayan temples in Chichen Itza. It is known as Pok-Ta-Pok in Maya, and El Juego de Pelota in Spanish; there are several smaller Ball Courts in this archaeological site but the Great Ball Court at Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico, is the most impressive and larger in ancient Mesoamerica, measuring 166 X 68 meters in length and two long 12 meter high walls holding the two stone carved ball rings representing the feather serpent. Read here a  real good article about the Maya ballgame and its mythological roots.

Chichen Itza pyramids are intimately related to Yucatan snakes, find more about them here.*  Kukulkan Pyramid also known as El Castillo dominates the Great North Platform Series; this Mayan temple is in harmony with the Mayan Solar Calendar in its numeric set of steps, platforms, and geometric design. The Kukulkan Pyramid is a masterpiece of ancient Mayan Cosmovision, the pyramid has a ground plan of square terraces with central stairways decorated with two feather serpents tails up and their heads resting at the ground. Only two of the four sides of Mayan temple have been restored by Mayan archaeologists. the north side of the pyramid is where the amazing "light and shadow" coming of Kukulkan (symbolized by the feather serpents) descends during an equinox sunrise and sunset each year. Yaxkin Spa offers guests a holistic Mayan experience: KukulKan Ceremony based on ancient Mayan Cosmovision.

Chichen Itza, central top terrace detail of the Warriors Temple.*  Temple of the Warriors and the Group of the Thousand Columns The archeological expedition and restoration of these building was conducted by the Carnegie Institute from 1925-1928, with Earl H. Morris as one of the key members of the restoration. Chichen Itza's Temple of the Warriors features sculpted feather serpent columns,  (Yucatan endemic venomous snakes) at its top platform framing an impressive sculpture of the Chac Mool used in ancient times as an altar for sacrifices; the temples has an inner chamber covered with painted stucco Mayan frescos (not opened to the public nowadays).  The Group of the Thousand Columns connects with the Main Market complex, both part of the Great North Platfom series which has many other Mayan temples and platforms for visitors to enjoy during their visit to Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico.

*  The Ossario is a mid-size step-style pyramid within the Ossario Group complex of Mayan temples found just south of the Kukulkan pyramid series. In the late 1800s Edward H. Thompson excavated the Ossario pyramid and its cave in the late 1800s and found jade, pottery, human bones, and ancient Mayan artifacts.

Maya ruins: Learn about ancient Mayan Cosmovision and Civilization*  The Observatory temple or El Caracol, as it is called in Spanish, is located at Chichen Itza's Central Temples Group.  A fascinating Mayan architectural design, shaped similar to a modern Observatory structure. The central cone building features doors and windows are aligned to various astronomical events and for the observation of the stars and planets movement; Mayan astronomers had a detailed understanding of Venus, the Sun, and the Moon as they traverses the heavens.

For detailed information about the Maya Calendar System, Cycles and Facts, please read the article The Maya Calendar System, a brief introduction and facts about the amazing multiple Maya Calendar systems based on the Sun, Moon, Venus, and our Planetary system in relationship with the Cosmos.

Monjas Temple found in Chichen Itza central group cluster. Yucatan*  Las Monjas (Nunnery) is one of the most notable Puuc style Mayan-temple structure at Chichen Itza; Las Monjas complex represents the Terminal Classic buildings constructed in the Puuc architectural fashion within Chichen Itza, similar to the designs found in Kabah, and Uxmal, Yucatan, Mexico.  Early explorer August Le Plongeon revealed an older structure within this temple. the Anexo Este building constructed annex to this temple has a highly Chenes Style decorated with many masks of Chac the Rain God and serpents.


*  Akab Dzib (Temple of the Obscure Writing) constructed to the east of the Nunnery, showcases Mayan glyphs which gave it is current "yet to be deciphered" name.  Trace of original red chac wall paint colors are still observed in this Maya ruin that may be the oldest building at Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico.Merle Greene - Enjoy Dr. Merle Greene's exquiste artwork at Hacienda Chichen's own museum

*   Old Chichen Complex or Chichen Viejo is only opened to archaeologists and is located adjacent to Hacienda Chichen private Mayan Jungle Reserve in the south region of Chichen Itza. Many of Old Chichen temples feature the Maya Puuc architectural design.  The past ten years, Dr. Merle Greene has dedicated many summers to work recording many of the Mayan stone-carvings in these Mayan temples; a lovely collection of her original "rubbings"  can be seen by Hacienda Chichen guests at the hotel's Merle Greene's Museum.

The Mayan Calendar Systems:

Maya Calendar System, Cycles and Facts

Ancient Maya time-keepers designed a highly advance way of keeping time interlocking three calendars or space/time cycles; together these Mayan calendars form a truly amazing understanding of the Cosmic bodies inter-relationships and our Universe of the Moon orbiting the Earth, planet Earth orbiting our solar planet, and our solar planet's own path in our galaxy the Milky Way. Some Maya Calendar facts:

Tzolkin Maya Moon Calendar has a cycle unit every 13 lunar unit of 20 days.

Haab  Mayan Solar Calendar has a cycle of 365 days divided into 18 months of 20 days, plus a period of 5 days left over at the end of the year. This short 5 day month is called Uayeb,” the resting of the year.
The Sacred or Long Count Calendar Together they blend with the larger Mayan calendar to create a complete 52-Haab unites of 18,980 days that record the solar system's own space/time cycle
Mayan art and representation of an Cosmic Event - Read about ancient Mayan achievements

       The most important calendar cycle for the Maya is Tzolkin, a ritual calendar of 260 days also known as the Sacred Almanac and J'Men Elder Mayan Priests (Shamans) continue using its count to celebrate their Mayan sacred rituals and ceremonies.  It is composed of 13 months, each with 20 days. Every day in the 260 day calendar has a unique corresponding position in time as well as in the “Haab” or the solar 360 + 5 day Maya calendar.  Each day’s position in the calendars only repeats itself every 52 solar years.

Click these links to learn more about ancient Maya wonders and their exact time/space calculations, culture and traditons of ancient Mayan people, the.Mayan Calendars and Mayan Cosmo-vision.

Chichen Itza Facts, Activities, Things to Do and Places to Visit:
Today's Maya Eco-Cultural World

Chichen Itza Maya Pyramids, Temples and Archaeological Zone :

Kukulkan Pyramid, Maya temple in Chichen Itza, Yucatan

Chichen Itza Archeological Zone: The ancient Maya city of Chichen Itza has various clusters of Mayan pyramids and temples scattered in a large area, over 500 hectares.  The Maya pyramids and temples within the "visited zone" include the fabulous temple of Kukulkan (photo) and the Maya Observatory among the most prominent. Click here to have full detailed information about each area and temple found in Chichen Itza. 2015 New Night Light and Sound Show is now featured.


Chichen Itza  Eco-Cultural Vacation Packages and Hotel Accommodations:

Chichen Itza Facts: Hacienda Chichen Resort is your top green hotel and spa choice when visiting Chichen Itza, Yucatan.
Chichen Itza hotels: Hacienda Chichen Resort is the top recommended by most International travel sites and visitors among the hotels in the area, please view our rooms and rates pages and contact us at:

Stay at Hacienda Chichen and enjoy many eco-cultural activities and Maya traditions


Chichen Itza Mayan Ceremonies and Maya Rituals:

Mayan Ceremonies and Maya Rituals celebrated at Hacienda Chichen Maya Sacred Ceremonial Center, Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico

Chichen Itza  Maya Sacred Ceremonial Site: Ancient Maya rituals and Cosmo-vision sacred ceremonies are still performed by Maya Shamans (J-Men) and Wiseman in Chichen Itza within the Hacienda Chichen vast Maya Jungle Reserve. Please contact us to register / participate in any of our Maya ceremony during the year 2012; also, you may request a private blessing or Maya Ceremony.


Chichen Itza Geological Wonders: Chichen Itza facts, things to do, places to visit

Yucatan Cenotes: enjoy a Mayan Green Spa experience at Yaxkin Spa

Chichen Itza Cenotes: The ancient city of Chichen Itza is located in Northern Yucatan, an arid region where underground fresh water ways run through it rather than rivers; such waterways form natural sink holes called cenotes in Spanish. There are two open cenotes in Chichen Itza's archaeological zone, the most famous is the Sacred Cenote, north of the Kukulkan Pyramid. Edward H. Thompson dredged El Cenote Sagrado, 1904 to 1910, and recovered artifacts of gold, jade, pottery, etc.


Chichen Itza Wildlife Facts: Enjoying Chichen Itza's Flora and Fauna:

Explore Yucatan's wildlife: flora and fauna at Hacienda Chichen's own private Maya Jungle ReserveChichen Itza Fauna embraces travelers that overnight at Hacienda Chichen in a magical way. 
Enjoy all Chichen Itza has to offer, including incredible bird-watching and fauna sightseeing as you stroll the lush jungle like gardens of Hacienda Chichen and Yaxkin Spa. Bring bring a pair of bins to take a good look of various mammals,
birds, reptiles, and many unique insect such as lovely butterflies.  Contact Hacienda Chichen Resort for a special Chichen Itza Two Day Stay offer here.

For Birding, Hacienda Chichen Resort offers you a paradise! Private Bird Refuge with over 150 species of wild birds including many endemic, residents, and migratory birds, plus birdwatching guided tours.  You may read more here.

Chichen Itza flora: delight with the taste and aromas of Yucatan's flora, don't miss Chef Josue Cime's organic gourmet cuisine at Hacienda Chichen Resort

Chichen Itza Flora is a fascinating feast of life, colors, and aromas; specially at Hacienda Chichen Resort and Yaxkin Spa's vast Mayan Jungle Reserve, where guests can enjoy guided Mayan Botanical Tours, Bird-watching Tours, and sacred Mayan ceremonies to fully experience the Mayan cultural heritage of Yucatan's Maya people. Visit Yucatan Adventure Eco-Travel Guide to get detailed information about Chichen Itza's flora and the Green Awareness Conservation efforts of Hacienda Chichen.


Chichen Itza Mayan Holistic Spa and Mayan Healing Traditions:

Maya healers: Mayan holistic healing traditions practice at Yaxkin Spa are highly recommended to you

Chichen Itza Maya Spa: Yaxkin Spa is in fact a true Holistic Mayan Spa Wellness Center where you will experience Mayan healing traditions, sacred holistic healing rituals, and a deep sense of connection with Mother Nature.  We recommend you take the time and indulge your soul, mind and body with an ancient Mayan holistic experience at Yaxkin Maya Spa., where Mayan healers use only fresh organic grown herbs and plants, oils, and skin care.  This Spa is within Hacienda Chichen.

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  Recommended Places and Visits near Hacienda Chichen and Yaxkin Spa:

Balankanche Caves - Chichen Itza - Maya Ceremonial Site

Balankanche Caves - located just 6 Km. from the Hacienda Chichen on the rural road to Xcalacoop.  An ancient Maya ceremonial site is a natural underground caves system filled with domes and beautiful limestone formations.  Visitors comfortably can stroll in lighted passages leading deep into the ceremonial caverns to a grant cave vault where a huge stalagmite, resembling a Ceiba tree, is the central feature of natural altar within the enormous natural stone vault.  This geological formation was honored as the "tree of wisdom" by ancient Maya and many ceremonial ancient vessels and offerings to the Gods are still in view. Balankanche caves passages end facing a waterway where purification rites were performed. Visitors can enjoy the English narrated history of the caves and their sacred ceremonial use.

Yaxunah Mayan Site - located 20 Km to the south of Hacienda Chichen, passing the rural road 180 to Piste you will find the sign.  This archeological site features one of the largest found ancient Maya stone-paved roads to Coba.  Yaxunah in Maya means "Turquoise House."  Explore the beauty of its original carvings and under-explored site.  Yaxuna Maya temples are among the highest pyramids of ancient Maya cities in the Yucatan.

Ek Balam visits from Hacienda Chichen Resort, Yucatan Haciendas best choiceEx Balam - 60 Km from Hacienda Chichen taking the rural road 180 to Valladolid, you will find this newly reconstructed Mayan site.  Ek Balam has an impressive architectural features, some of them remade by modern archaeologists, specially those found in the Mayor Pyramid, Tomb of Ukit Kan Le'k Tok', this is the largest structure known as the "Acropolis". This pyramid features a 5 meter tall Jaguar's mouth carved in stone and many winged Mayan Lords with various Maya script and glyphs; from the top, you can clearly see Chichen Itza.  Ek Balam is a Mayan name that could mean both "Black Jaguar" and "Star Jaguar" or "the Jaguar of the Night" the most common English name used in Wikipedia is "Black Jaguar.


Maya Cultural Experiences we highly recommend you not miss!

Maya Ceremonies and Rituals - Yaxkin Spa, Chichen Itza, Yucatan Yaxkin Spa: a Maya Holistic Wellness Center and Eco-Spa Healing Destination.  Come to Hacienda Chichen and experience authentic Mayan cultural traditions, sacred rituals celebrated by Mayan Wiseman and genuine Maya healing practices.  Visit our Zumpul-che Mayan Purification Cave (sweat-bath) and sacred Mayan ceremonial garden.  Explore Mother Nature and local cultural experiences.

Chichen Itza Facts: the impressive Kukulkan Mayan Pyramid, an ancient Mayan temple became one of the Seven Wonders of the World. This ancient Mayan city has been the most famous of all Mayan archaeological zones in Yucatan, Mexico. 

Today, Chichen Itza offers many Mayan eco-cultural traditions:

Maya spa: Yaxkin Spa and Hacienda Chichen offer you many spiritual and mystical Mayan traditions and healing holistic ceremonies

We highly recommend you to stay at least two night at Hacienda Chichen to enjoy and explore this eco-friendly Spa resort's  various eco-cultural activities , including the nightly Light and Sound Show at Chichen Itza after a short "siesta" in your room or cottage terrace over viewing our Maya Jungle gardens.  Visit our private Merle Greene Museum and Yaxkin Spa unique Mayan  Natural Cave, a purification ancient Mayan ceremonial site, an original natural holistic sweat-bath and cleansing Zumpul-che ceremony, within Hacienda Chichen ritual garden.  Visit to learn more!

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Chichen Itza: News and Facts

Chichen Itza Facts and News:  Hacienda Chichen Resort had the honor to welcome China President Xi  Jinping during his Official Visit to Mexico.  Both Mexico President Enrique Peña Nieto  and China President were joined by their wives and distinguish guests, all of them spent the day in total privacy at Hacienda Chichen, where they were served the Official Farewell Gala. The event was a true success and a joyful experience as they enjoy the beauty and comfort of our suites, lush gardens, and the Colonial elegant ambiance of our Main Colonial Mansion.  The Hacienda Chichen staff is proud to have had the opportunity to represent Mexico's responsible sustainable tourism, excellent hospitality, and friendly nature.

   China's President Xi Jinping and Mexico's President visited Chichen Itza and celebrated their Private Gala event at Hacienda Chichen Resort this June 2013   Chichen Itza: Chinese and Mexican Presidents official visit June 2013, celebrating a private gala at Hacienda Chichen Resort   Gourmet Catering in Chichen Itza, no other place can compare to the exclusive elegance of Hacienda Chichen Resort, where Mexican President gave a Gala Farewell Party to China's president Xi Jinping and guests

REMEMBER: As a guest at  Hacienda Chichen Resort and Yaxkin Spa, you have the unique opportunity to enjoy natural purification Spa treatments rooted in Mayan holistic healing traditions as you discover our Mayan Cultural traditions, and explore many fascinating ancient Mayan temples and ruins in Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico.  Don't miss Hacienda Chichen's Vacation Offers.

For further information view Yucatan Adventure's Mayan Ceremonies and Rituals Calendar after the open to the public free Mayan Equinox Ceremony, J-Men Mayan Healer and J-Men (Shaman) will be offering the Zumpul-che mystical rituals and Mayan Holistic Purification Ceremonies (3  sessions) to small groups of participants, for further information, booking, and price per person registration, click here.

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