Reviewed by: Dora M G, August 2016
Awesome!! Will book again :-
Reviewed by: Rebecca B, August 2016
Loved the trip to Chichen Itza, long day but very informative and great for history buffs. Our tour guide Ricardo was very knowledgeable and gave us a very good tour of the site, not just the history, but the how and why the structures were built the way they were. The trip to the cenote was very cool as well, could have spent a couple more hours there but unfortunately only so many hours in the day. Lunch was tasty similar to most of the all-inclusive buffets at the resorts, and it was cool to see the present-day Mayan village and the colonial town as well.
Reviewed by: Raman O, August 2016
Overall the tour was very good.The Guide Carlos was excellent .Just the first stop at the shop was more like a trap but may be some people like it.Would recommend .
Reviewed by: KW, August 2016
Nice and organized tour with good eat and good see.
Reviewed by: Kristina B, August 2016
I booked this tour online before going to Cancun. It was a long day but totally worth the trip. We were picked up on time and were driven to a meeting place where we boarded a comfortable, AC bus, complete with clean restroom in the back. Our tour guide,Carlos Moo pronounced Mo was very professional, informative and entertaining. He is of Mayan heritage and shared a wealth of information with us.He even passed out pictures, various artifacts and maps. We learned some Mayan phrases and our kids 9 and 12 were fascinated and engaged the whole time. We were taken to a local artisan village for some shopping. Here we found beautiful textile, jewelry, pottery, ceramics,T shirts, food and drinks. A Mayan youth student who temporarily joined us in the bus, sold bottles of native anise alcoholic drink can't remember name with our pictures on the label taken earlier outside of the bus in the artisan shop. We also had a chance to sample the drink. We continued to Chichen Itza and marveled at this amazing site. Carlos told us to expect a lot of vendors as we initially got to the site. He wasn't joking. Bring small bills, some vendors don't have change. As we continued on, Carlos eagerly told us the historical significance and meaning of the structures. He tried to find shaded areas where he told us more interesting facts about the Mayan culture and answered all our questions. We took more pictures after about 90 mins with Carlos. We had a buffet lunch then swam in the cenote. We showered before entering to prevent harsh chemicals contaminating the cenote. Life vests are available.The bus tour took us to Valladolid, a traditional town. Here we walked around the plaza, took more pictures and had ice cream. We were later dropped off at our hotel. I recommend this tour!. Chichen Itza is an amazing place.The cost of the tour included the entrance fees and lunch as well. Just bring money for shopping and much appreciated tips. You won't be disappointed.
Reviewed by: Nelson C, August 2016
Reviewed by: Catherine S, August 2016
This was a great day where you learn so much about the Mayan culture both past and present. Ricardo and his team were fantastic and so enthusiastic!
It was a long day! So be prepared but you see so much and experience so much you can and #39;t complain! A great day out. Thank you