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The volume of traders, vendors, people selling crafts, is overwhelming and takes away from the beauty of the site. The crush of people, vendors, craft makers, people blowing those stupid jaguar calls gets old quickly. Glad I went, but I will never return.
Its a spectacular Myan Ruin and has to be seen. However the overwhelming amount of traders and stalls ruined this ruin!
I get that its the most popular attraction in the area - but i felt that this was taken advantage of to the maximum...More
Was recommended to visit here, it’s a long day, very early start 0440 from our hotel, then only got to spend a short time at the ruins. Your not allowed to climb them any more, partially agree as for preservation but also due to too...More
We had a great experience with Hugo as our guide. This tour was a private tour for 8 of us. They were very accommodating since the very beginning. Julie was easy to work with to book, and our driver and guide Hugo took very good...More
The bus used to pick us up was dated and not they standard tour bus. The Amigo tour bus was more like a renovated school bus withe slightly better seats. Air conditioner on the bus was not cool enough for the warm weather.
This trip was excellent. We were booked on the early visit and while initially I had reservations I would suggest everyone should do the same. We were first there ahead of the crowds and also before it got too hot.
Frank our Tour Guide was...More