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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
1278 Reviews
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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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xplor park allinclusive entry ticket
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Xplor Park: All-Inclusive Entry Ticket

Duration: 6 hours
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Outdoors
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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.…

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

Duration: 5 hours
171 Reviews
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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…

xcaret park plus fullday admission with night show lunch
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Xcaret Park: Plus Full-Day Admission with Night Show & Lunch

Valid: 1 day
33 Reviews
Family friendly
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Enjoy all the fun of the premier attraction of the Riviera Maya with a full-day ticket to Xcaret Park near Playa del Carmen. Explore the cultural…

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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

The guide is very informative and very helpful. The tour is enjoyable, however, Coba is closed early this due to pandemic, after traveling 1 1/2 hours form Ik Kil we were informed that Coba was closed. As part of the tour I hoped the company should have been knowledgeable of the open hours before putting the tour on the website. We ended up going to Playa del Carmen for shopping. It’s no Pyramid but it’s still ok.

Chichen Itzá, Ik Kil and Coba Small Group Tour Reviewed by Anonymous, 11/06/2020

We loved our whole experience, and we would recommend it as a MUST DO while you are in Tulum. Our guide was excellent and very knowledgeable. The park was clean and well cared for. The cenotes were INCREDIBLE! And...people in the park were so nice and great to work with. I am ready to go back and do it again.

From Tulum: Four-Cenote Adventure Reviewed by kristy, 11/23/2020

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.

This was an awesome activity. We had plenty of time to visit all sites. Service was good. Food was good. The cenote was the best part for me. This is the best value for your money. If you book everything separately you’ll end up paying hundreds. Book this now!