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Grutas de Lol-Tun

None | Puuc region, Oxkutzcab, Mexico
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Private Adventure Tour: Loltun Caves and Mayapan from Merida
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The largest cave in the Yucatan features Mayan cave drawings and fantastic rock formations.
  • Excellent60%
  • Very good29%
  • Average7%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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“guide fee” (3 reviews)
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was a great and unusual activity as the cave was very big, with huge caverns, big stalagmites and stalactites, evidence of human habitation and some striking sink-holes, with the light streaming into the caverns. This is a long walk, over a mile, through various...More

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Reviewed 16 July 2017 via mobile

Loltun caves are just incredible, beautiful, amazing. It's a gift of nature. You have to pay a guide for the tour, you can pay a private one pr share with the other visitors: you are not able to go alone because the system is really...More

Thank joannesmathieu
Reviewed 28 June 2017

We stopped here as part of our travel along Ruta Puuc. It was a bit more expensive than many other activities since you pay two separate entrance fees and the guide fee, but it was a great experience. The tour runs at specified times for...More

Thank GarbenK
Reviewed 26 April 2017

I love caves and general natural weirdness. This fit the bill. Nice lighting. We just missed one tour (they have set times) and ended up going on the next one in which the guide spoke minimal English. He tried, though, and was informative and humorous....More

1  Thank mochi_monday
Reviewed 22 April 2017

The cave itself is a great place to se but we were very disappointed with our guide that we had to use to go into the caves. He said three times to us that he was not paid by the government to do the job...More

Thank cank
Reviewed 1 April 2017

As stated by others, the guides know their caves and are good at answering questions (in english). There were 3 couples in our group all overy 60 is in good physical condition. In my opinion the ascend was difficult to navigate because of the darkness...More

Thank NET-N-JST
Reviewed 23 March 2017

These caves are lit up, many with colored lights, and are an easy trek to get around in. You cannot enter without a guide and it would be nice if the cost of the ticket and the guide were posted together. The guides speak English...More

Thank Bruce F
Reviewed 1 March 2017

If you like caves, if it fascinates you to go deep in underground caves than this is one of those places that is sure to satisfy! We went quite deep and in some places it got pretty tight, but it was a fantastic experience!

Thank Ivan L
Reviewed 27 February 2017

Some caves in Yucatan are wet, tight and muddy. This one is dry (except during the rainy season but it is usually closed then due to 1 meter of water running throughout the cave). It is a very comfortable cave to visit, no crawling on...More

1  Thank Mike5466
Reviewed 4 January 2017 via mobile

We are maybe spoilt in Belgium with the Grottes de Han but these were pretty impressive because of the light shafts at times we were close to the surface. Vast rooms and pretty warm for those of us who are used to caves at 13...More

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sergeserge2016
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Response from Ariadna A |
Dont know if still need te info but, they open al week and te first tour is at 9.30 am, if yo want to do the Puuc tour i recomend you to take te first one and the tour is almost 2 hours.
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