The tour was the same tour that is offered by the hotels for much more money. There were 2 surprises on the trip. The first was the tequila tasting room at the Cenote/Restaurant. This was an added bonus to the tour that was not advertised, but much appreciated. The second was that the drinks at the lunch were NOT included. It says it on the Viator webpage that they are not included at the bottom, but in the exclusion list they are not listed. The tours were split up for English and Spanish, which made it easier to ask questions and get through the walking tour (1st hour at Chichen Itza) faster. The vendors at Chichen Itza had souvenirs and crafts far cheaper than any where in Cancun or Cozumel. We had a really great time on the tour to see one of the 7 New Wonders of the World
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