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The trip was excellent and I enjoyed the guides Freddie and Arturo. It was nice to get to these sites before the crowds closed in.
Early access is definitely the best way to see these ruins. In both cases, we were finishing up our tours just as the crowds were arriving. Coba was our first tour, and there was only ourselves and one other couple. We arrived just as the gates were opening, and the sun was starting to peek over the trees. It was absolutely magical walking through the ruins with only the birds calling overhead. After our time at Coba was up, we were taken to a local cenote for a swim. This particular cenote was completely underground, and deep enough that platforms were provided at various heights to jump in if you dared. Once our refreshing swim was over, we were taken to a lovely local restaurant in Coba village for a buffet lunch overlooking the lake. A perfect relaxing ending to a perfect day. The next day was our tour of Chichen Itza. Frank, our tour guide, is passionate and knowledgeable about his heritage. Again we arrived before the crowds, a blessing because approximately 12,000 people visit the city every day. Frank made sure that we didn't miss a thing, and answered every question patiently and with good humour. He allowed us a large block of free time to wander the ruins by ourselves, but all too soon, our 3 hours was up. What made it easier to leave were the thousands of sightseers we suddenly realized were now around us, when we had had the entire city to ourselves earlier. We found Amigo Tours the company running the tours to be well organized in picking up their guests and sorting them onto their various buses for various locations for the day. We were well cared for on both tours, and would do this again in a heartbeat!
My only suggestion would be an extra hour at Chichen Itza, and for lunch local food not a sandwich. Otherwise the guides where amazing
Chichenitza tour was good.
Coba tour: air conditioning of the shuttle bus did not function, the driver had to open the windows but it was still very hot inside the bus. The tour itself was good.
The Chichen Itza tour was good. The bus was clean and we enjoyed our guide. That said, nothing was led by an archaeologist.
The Coba tour never showed up.
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