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chichén itzá ik kil cenote valladolid allinclusive tour
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Chichén Itzá, Ik Kil Cenote & Valladolid All-Inclusive Tour

Duration: 12 hours
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Tour the impressive archaeological ruins of Chichén Itzá and discover a ceremonial center of the Maya civilization. Then, go to the sacred Cenote of…

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tulum and dos ojos cenotes 5hour guided tour
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Tulum and Dos Ojos Cenotes: 5-Hour Guided Tour

Duration: 5 hours
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Explore the history of the ancient Maya civilization with a visit to the archaeological site of Tulum and learn more about the former city and its…

xplor park allinclusive entry ticket
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Xplor Park: All-Inclusive Entry Ticket

Duration: 6 hours
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See the Riviera Maya! Fly over the treetops on zip lines, drive an amphibious vehicle through the caves and jungle, and swim in underground rivers.…

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(DISCLAIMER, PRICE DOESN'T INCLUDE $28USD PER PERSON CHICHEN ITZA TAX) The guides were excellent. A one in particular was a little harder to understand but if you focused you were fine. We were the very first group picked up because we were pretty far south in the Cancun Hotel Zone and we spent the next hour and a half picking everyone else up. That was not fun. Good thing they started from the south when they dropped everyone off. When we were running late coming back they arranged for vans to meet the main bus and take some groups to their hotels. So they were very accommodating on that. I wish they would have done that at the beginning. Also this price DOES NOT include the $28 USD tax PER PERSON for Chichen Itza even though the description says everything is included EVEN THE NEW CHICHEN ITZA TAX. Food was great. Sales pitches and pressure to buy items were a little too strong. Bus had bathrooms Oxman Cenote was pretty hole in the wall-esque. Kinda dirty. Valladolid was nice

I had one spare day and wasn't really familiar with things to do. I wanted something challenging and not too touristy. This tour turned out to be one of the most unusual and breathtaking experiences I've ever had. I strongly recommend it if you love to spend time in untouched nature. You get to see a lot of wildlife, well hidden creatures and you learn so much about the caves. My guides Karina and Rodolfo are so passionate and knowledgable about the whole area which was impressive. Be prepared to spend hours doing moderate exercise and that you have no tendency of being claustrophobic as you go quite deep inside the caves. It would be great in future if you could provide the taken pictures for less money or at least offer more affordable packages so that people can take their memories of the amazing day home. Important to say that pictures can only partly capture what you get to see for real and experience in the caves.

Riviera Maya: Rio Secreto Full-Day Cave Tour Reviewed by Anonymous, 04/03/2020

Amazing adventure! I’ve been traveling to Q Roo and the Yucatán for 20 years and this was my first trip to Sian Ka’an. Mexico Ka’an was professional and always put our safety first. Our guide, Ursula, was so passionate and educated on the history, flora and fauna of the area, and out boat captain, Oscar, knew the wildlife habitat like his own home. We saw crocodiles, manatees, rays, dolphins, turtles, so many bird species and even a nurse shark - all in their own habitats. If you really want to get off the grid into nature for a day, I highly recommend this tour with this tour company. So worth it!

Sian Kaan Boat Trip and Snorkel Adventure Reviewed by Anonymous, 07/29/2020

As Chichen Itzá archaeological site closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the tour was tweaked to a ¨Cenotes and Mayan traditions¨ with local tour affiliate, Ekinox Tours. The tour guide was rather knowledgeable & thorough. The tour included hotel pick-up, swimming in two impressive Cenotes (Mariposa & Chen-Ha), learning about the process of collecting honey from the Maya bee, the Melipona; traditions related to cocoa in the daily life of the Mayans; Mayan ceremony with a Shaman a nice lunch then shopping on 5th Ave in Playa del Carmen.

Amazing experience! From the beginning until the end the guides were very attentive and engaging. They ensured that we were comfortable the entire time. The food offered was delicious and we were able to get authentic desserts on the last time. Would really recommend this tour for a complete experience.