Noches de Kukulcán is the name of the impressive new evening light and sound show that will be unveiled at Chichén Itzá at the beginning of July.

Developed with an investment of $50 million pesos, the show uses video mapping and other state of the art techniques to tell the story of Chichén Itzá and Kukulcán, an ancient ruler who was also associated with the mythical feathered serpent god. The famous pyramid that bears his name plays a pivotal role in the display and the huge snake that ripples across the north staircase as the sun sets on the spring and fall equinox also makes an appearance.

Ask at the Thomas More Travel desk for afternoon trips to Chichén Itzá enabling you to tour the site and stay on for the evening show.