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Definitely do this rather than travelling long distance to the larger ruins. We met "Jesus" who oversees the grounds and he gave the place over to us. 25 minute taxi ride from hotel zone. We were the only ones there. 42 pesos to visit. Zero...More
El Meco is a great site to visit. The best part about it is that it is not popular as it receives no publicity. More often then not you will have the entire complex to yourself and it makes for a more meditative experience than...More
The gentalman taking care of this place was truely a kind soul! he stopped and talked to us like we were the only ones there ( actually we were the only ones there lol) the El Meco Ruins were beauitful and the creatures that run...More
These ruins are much much smaller than the Tulum ruins but that's not a bad thing. This a very peaceful unique place. With the right guide (see my review of the Dancer), this can be a very informative trip. The trip can be done in...More
This is a small arqueological place, with some ruins around a central piramid (el castillo). The place is very peaceful, with some huge trees and is not crowded at all. Also is great to take pictures and to meditate. The people who works there is...More
El Meco is a great, small site where miraculoulsy you may find yourself strolling the grounds alone (or with your family, friends, or significant others). When we entered, there was a family leaving and another one arrived only upon our departure. So it's just you...More
El Meco is down the road Av Paseo Jose Lopez Portillo to Puerto Juarez where you catch the ferry to Islas Mujeres which is well worth the trip.
It's just 6peso on a little Collectivos red minibus
Stay on the minibus after you get to...More
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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
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 hotel.