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El Meco and Puerto Juarez Private Photography Tour
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Cancun Shopping and City Tour Including El Meco Mayan Ruins
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Puerto Juarez 77500, Mexico
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Reviewed yesterday

Impressive ruins that are near the hotel zone. We don't speak Spanish. To go, we hired a $10 cab, but to return we rode a $1 bus. The ruins are small in area, but they are real 2000 year old Mayan history. Nothing as large...More

Thank John2Mary
Reviewed 4 days ago

Walking down the street we happened upon this archaeological site off the beaten path. For less than 3 USD each, we toured the ruins of a community built in 300 AD. There was no one else there. A hidden treasure.

Thank DOUG W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If You do not have time to visit Chitzen Itza and you staying in Cancun, take couple of hours and visit this small Maya site. Just out side of Cancun downtown. very well kept and cost only few pesos. You can have a bit feel...More

Thank Timo J
Reviewed 28 November 2017 via mobile

This four and a half hour trip was very interesting. We were taken by minibus and as there were only four of us we had ample opportunities to ask lots of questions. El Meco was such an interesting site and very well preserved, smaller than...More

1  Thank Rstirrigation
Reviewed 10 November 2017

This is a must see very educational and amazing! We chose to use a rtour guide that you can hire at the gate. it was a good choice for us very interesting.

Thank chrislef2017
Reviewed 31 October 2017

We've been to the larger more famous ruins. This one was only minutes from a hotel, only around $3 for entrance fee. The ruins were great and if you like iguanas you'll have a unique photo op.

Thank JanetGBPackerFan
Reviewed 23 October 2017

A great little spot to kill some time, with amazing views. It will only take 30mins or so to walk around, but if you are near it's worth taking the time to have a look at this piece of history - and to count how...More

Thank Lenny778
Reviewed 20 October 2017

We went to the El Meco ruins Saturday morning around 9:30am and we were the only visitors there, which was great for us! The admission is 50 pesos ($2.65) for adults. Lots of shade and places to sit and enjoy the beautiful ruins. It's a...More

Thank Joe C
Reviewed 19 October 2017

go and see all the mayan ruins learn about the people, chichen itza the new 7 wonder of the world also visit coba tullum a must when your there

Thank RaySarll
Reviewed 20 July 2017

We decided to go see this one Sunday morning. We had visited chichen itza a few days before. This place is lovely we were the only people there. The temple is surrounded by 3 plazas and in each is a stone tablet with information in...More

1  Thank Carrie E
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Tammy T
23 April 2016|
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Response from Tamanisha J | Reviewed this property |
I just checked the distance and it's not. I'd recommend taking the white or blue vans that run up and down the straight street, as they would only charge 7 pesos and the taxis overcharge when you don't get them through your... More
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MerFoster
21 March 2015|
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I think it was about 40 pesos - about 5.00 seems right.
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