3-in-1 Discovery Combo Tour: Tulum Ruins, Reef Snorkeling Plus Cenote and Caves | mar 2020
The Tulum portion was nice although rushed. Our van driver was also our guide through Tulum, he was hilarious and knowledgeable. I wish we had more then 20 minutes of free time in order to enjoy more of the ruins and the beautiful beach below. Snorkelling we were told to leave everything in the van including shoes, however the path down to the beach is covered in broken glass so it would be nice if we could have just left our flip flops in the boat. We saw a number of fish, a turtle and a manta ray. My favourite part was the cenote xibalba. The road (?) out to it was crazy but once in the cenote it was easily worth it. I can’t recommend enough: bring a waterproof camera!!
Cons: At the beginning of the trip once everyone was picked up we were told they had shirts for all of us and handed them out, more then half way through the tour and after everyone had worn them we were all told we had to pay $25 USD per shirt. Myself and the others around us were not impressed. The photographer who came along was lovely, however at the end of the trip there’s a sales pitch for photos of the day which is another $40 USD. A trip that already starts at $115USD each can quickly add up to $320USD per couple. For a Canadian couple that could equal out to just under $430 which is a lot of money.
I found the tour rushed, and just above average, however it’s unlikely we would have ever made it out to that cenote on our own, and that in it’s self made it worth while. But would I do it again? No.
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