Ab $ 55,00 USD
Ab $ 55,00 USD
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My friends and I really enjoyed this tour and loved our tour guide!! It is a full 12hr tour though so be prepared for that.
The van transportation for this tour was AWFUL. Very uncomfortable seats, very narrow space with VERY LITTLE LEG ROOM, not to mention that the backs were high so you could see nothing except the seat back in front of you for the entire 3 hour drive in both directions. This type of VAN should not be used for such long drives!
The tour itself was ok, though it is not pleasant to be nickeled and dimed during the long full day tour. Viator should not allow this while a tour is en route!
I would not recommend it, the tour I was offered was not the one descriped. We have spend the most of the time in "maya" village for souvenir , "until " the food to be ready , at 1130 in the morning as first avtivity of the day. We get to the archaelogical site at 2 o clock and spend only 2 hours
We did the Chichen Itza and Cenote Mayan Experience Tour on October 13th and it was wonderful experience! Going back in time, especially the tour guides Garza Javir knowledge on the Mayan Civilization AND comparing with the civilization of the rest of the world. We also enjoyed his involvement with local Mayan people and programs and were given chance to show gratitude. We also visited Church Of San Servacio as a bonus.
Very good trip. It is always good to see history before your eyes. Trip was long, but worth it!
The authentic Mayan lunch was really tasty. The only complaints are that it is such a long tour with stops that were not expected. The cenote you visit is not Cenote Ik Kil but you do visit another cenote called Hubiku, I believe. We ended up getting back to our hotel at 9PM which was just a long day that we wish we could have spent doing other things
The tour was lead by a Mayan tour guide that provided a rich cultural perspective at all the sites. We started at the Cenote which was great because we missed the noon sun at the ruins. We also ate at a Mayan village, saw a traditional dance, visited small town. Drinks and tips were not included.