3 Days in Cancun: Suggested Itineraries Reviews
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It was wonderful from the very beginning to the very end. Tour guide picked my daughter and I up at the front door of our resort right on time. Everyone ivolved was very effeicient and our tour guide Victor was beyond knowledgeable about the Mayan culture. Loved the buffet lunch. Everything was just wonderful. Would highly highly highly recommend this tour to anyone. It was great!
Reply by Viator, March 2013
Doing what: Tulum and Xel-Ha All Inclusive Day Trip from Cancun
Words can't even describe this tour. Amazing, awesome just don't seem good enough. A spiritual experience might come close. Highly recommend!!
The trip was amazing and well organized. The tour guide Polo was rating 10!
The park is amazing and has so many things to do and see. Highly recommended and the food is great too.
This activity was amazing. The tour people were friendly and helpful. The larger groups met at a fashion mall and we could look around and have some complimentary coffee in the morning. Then we went to an ancient Mayan sinkhole known as a "cenote" to swim. It was such clean, pure, beautiful water. Afterwards, we stopped at a hole-in-the-wall authentic Mexican place to have lunch and it was INCREDIBLE! The ladies were making homemade tortillas in front of us and there was tribal dancing during lunch. Finally we made it to Chichen Itza and it was glorious. The tour guide here was very helpful and we were broken up into groups of English speakers and Spanish-speakers. The tour guide let us explore on our own and I was able to buy a chess board that was carved from marble for very cheap at the end of the day. It was an amazing experience!
Be prepare for a long day, but worth it. We had four little ones with us and thankfully their mom's brought along activities for them on the bus and they did great. A must see.
Great trip - Highly recommended.
The tour in itself was quite good but we only got to spent a little time in Chichen Itza which is supposed to be what this tour is about.
The Guide (in Spanish for me) was great and very knowledgeable.
He left us with "1h free time" when we actually only had 15min as the side site closed at 4.30 pm which made us miss a good bit of Chichen Itza.
If we had spent a little less time at the market would have been more enjoyable as after all it's Chichen Itza tour.
It was a very nice day, with professional arrangements. The Mayan ruins are amazing to see so close up, and we had a fantastic guide at Chichen Itza - a sweet old man with a great sense of humour, and not too long, not too short, with just the right amount of interesting information. The cenote was also breathtaking, I just would have preferred the shopping stop to be a bit shorter, as there were always places during the stops to buy everything anyway.
Rubin our guide was very knowledgable, personable and funny which made for a very enjoyable day. Food was just OK.
Well organized trip. Guides were well knowledgable and entertaining. We could have used more time on our own at the site. The buffet was just okay, I suggest bringing a snack and drink for the ride. Overall a great trip! I have used Viator in Israel and it was wonderful there also.
I personally like the tour guide at the Mayan site as he is very knowledgeable and informative. Other than that, the tour group is way too big and most of the time are spent in either the bus, restaurant, and Mayan market specialized for tourists.
The archeological site itself was very interesting, but out of a 12 hour day we only had a couple of hours at the site. The side trip to a cenote was interesting, but I would have much prefered longer at Chichen Itza. A lunch stop was included but the canteen food was mediocre and there was 1/2 hr line to get it. But my biggest complaint is the sales efforts - the tour guide trys to sell things on the bus as part of his narrative (he gets a cut) and they take you to a "Mayan village" which is nothing but a trinket mall (tour guide gets a cut). The end result is that you have less time at Chichen Itza and you cannot really trust what the tour guide says because it is commercially motivated.
Not very natural, all man made swimming areas except the beach
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