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Great excursion

Visited during our stay in Progreso on a Carnival cruise. Wear comfortable walking shoes... read more

Reviewed 20 October 2015
TexasSarge
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Well worth your time.

This was my first trip to Mayan ruins so I didn't know what to expect. I thoroughly enjoyed the... read more

Reviewed 7 June 2015
Obroligh
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This is the oldest Mayan city within seventy-five mile radius of Cancun: historians date it between 1200 to 100 BC.
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20 Oct 2015
“Great excursion”
7 Jun 2015
“Well worth your time.”
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Reviewed 20 October 2015

Visited during our stay in Progreso on a Carnival cruise. Wear comfortable walking shoes, water,INSECT REPELLANT, and a swimsuit. Remember, this is in a jungle with 100% humidity and lots of mosquitos. Keep hydrated. We had our choice of tour guides, Raina or Victor. Victor...More

Thank TexasSarge
Reviewed 7 June 2015

This was my first trip to Mayan ruins so I didn't know what to expect. I thoroughly enjoyed the place. Beautiful ruins, a stunning cenote that you can cool off in and tour guides who actually know the history of the place and the people....More

Thank Obroligh
Reviewed 17 February 2015

We took the Dzibichaitun ruins and beach excurtion while on a Carnival Cruise. Our tour guide was a wonderful Lady named Raina. She gave us a great history leason of the evolution of Progresso from a fishing port to the hub it is today. When...More

Thank Charles B
Reviewed 17 May 2014

This was a great stop and really one of the only things to do in Progreso. My Wife and I got off the ship and found the company that Carnival used to take the same excursion to the ruins. We were shocked to find they...More

Thank Jlee80
Reviewed 3 February 2014

We took an Autoprogresso tour direct from the port in Progreso on a cruise. The bus as comfy and the ruins were very cool. The kids enjoyed the ruins and the ceynote that they were able to swim in. Amazing that the mayans were able...More

Thank Dustin G
Reviewed 22 June 2013

This review is mainly to help tourists and students in Merida find their way to Dzibilchaltun. I want people to be able to find their way, because I really enjoyed the museum, the ruins, and the cenote. They are definitely worth a visit. Most guidebooks,...More

3  Thank Maia D
Reviewed 26 February 2013

We went to Dzibichaltun as our primary activity from a cruise ship stop in February 2013. We got off the ship around 8 am and the tour, which we had prepaid for in advance through autoprogreso, did not begin until 11 am, so we spent...More

Thank jkm123Topeka
Reviewed 21 July 2012

The Dzibichaltin Ruins were a great first time excursion to a ruin site. We did the tour from the Progreso cruise ship port and purchased from Autoprogreso tours right off the cruise ship. The bus transportation was very clean, modern & air conditioned!! The tour...More

1  Thank LisaBags
Reviewed 20 June 2012

The ruins are impressive, well maintained and nice to be able to actually climb up them...however, swimming in the gorgeous crystal clear freshwater cenote was the highlight of our trip. Highly recommend.

Thank sweetsinclaire
Reviewed 26 January 2012

My family visited here while in port on a cruise. The guides we had were excellent. Visiting the site without them would not have been as educational, although interpretive signs are posted at various buildings in English, Spanish, and Maya. We swam in the cenote...More

Thank wdbird
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Scott E H
Can you sign up with a guide at the site and if so what would the cost be?
20 March 2015|
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Response from Martini_in_Paris | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can, the tour guides are right there at the entrance offering they services..... I did not ask how Much they charge but I would guess it is similar to the other places... Depends on how long the tour is and it is... More
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