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Hot morning activity !

We arrived around 10.30 am, it was already really hot, and a huuuuuge line of people were there... read more

Reviewed 25 July 2017
arnaudhor
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Mons, Belgium
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Fascinating piece of local history

I won't go into the same run-down as I see here already, but I will state that this is one of three... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2017
herpdoc
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Seattle, Washington
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Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

We arrived around 10.30 am, it was already really hot, and a huuuuuge line of people were there, waiting for ticket entrance (it appears that Sunday is a bad day to go there). Hopefully, 2 distributors were available but needed credit card... Advice, bring yours!...More

3  Thank arnaudhor
Reviewed 1 May 2017 via mobile

Typical over priced tourist shops. People in costumes wanting money for a photo and people with iguana also wanting money for photos. Don't waste your time just head straight down to the ruins which are beautiful and well worth visiting

4  Thank ritchie20142015
Reviewed 18 April 2017

I won't go into the same run-down as I see here already, but I will state that this is one of three sets of ruins any visitor to the area should see. It's great to compare and contrast the architecture and style seen between here,...More

Thank herpdoc
Reviewed 10 April 2017

We stayed in town and rode our bikes here.It was an easy ride and certainly inexpensive! We arrived early and the crowds were not bad at all, very small line to pay and enter the park. Huge iguanas everywhere and they were the highlight of...More

3  Thank noire48
Reviewed 12 March 2017

The bazaar was fine to look at but exists simply to sell things to tourists at what I suspect are inflated prices. The bottled water is worth the price because of the heat and sun but I'm not sure about the other stuff. Costumed and...More

Thank kwagmeister
Reviewed 27 February 2017

folks--spend a full day at Tulum-relax-shop in the stores,have lunch,SWIM!!! who knew you could swim in the ocean there. Our tour spent about a grand total of 90 minutes there,of course right at peek time with thousands of others --it was a total waste of...More

Thank barc2
Reviewed 28 October 2016

We wanted to try a bit of everything and booked this tour thru our rep at the hotel. Total of 7 of us went and we did the Tulum Ruins, snorkelling, and the Cenote it was 980USD for up to 8 people. First off, let...More

Thank aj p
Reviewed 30 July 2016

ok so the views are amazing. this kind of combination in beauty of ruins and sea is not to be seen anywhere else. there is even a small beach by the ruins which was pleasent. but just until 9am. because then hundreds of busses stacked...More

2  Thank Gabriele S
Reviewed 21 May 2016

Unlike some other markets we visited, the vendors here were keen to sell without being a pain in the neck. Local crafts, fabrics, carvings etc, plus bars and cafes.

1  Thank CaptainswifeCannes
Reviewed 15 September 2015 via mobile

One reason to go is to find free things to do. Plenty of iguanas at the park while you watch the Voladores de Pampantla. They work only for donations and are very nice people. A guy was selling coconuts for 4 us and I gave...More

1  Thank andrew1730
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