Maya sites in El Paraíso

Tulum

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AyiKwei Perry
4 January 2016
The view of the Caribbean Sea is awesome here from the cliff. I wouldn't pay for the guides as there are interpretive signs. Also, I would take public transportation to get there as it saves money.
Srikanth Kannan
24 December 2015
If you don't know much about this place, do a walking tour with a local guide. It costed about 780 pesos for 2 and it was well worth it. It included the entrance fee and fast-track entry.
Tulum Living Mx
21 August 2012
Get there early. There is little to no shade and it can get very hot. The buses from Cancun and the cruise ships arrive around 10 or 11 and it begins to get crowded so getting their early is best!
Stephanie
4 January 2019
Don’t bother buying souvenirs from the shops near the entrance. The items are similar to other places, only here they jack up the prices.
Charles B
30 December 2012
worth the trip to see ruins in a setting like this. grab some bikes and head down the main road from town. make sure to get there as close to when it opens at 8 or don't go, the crowds get nuts at 9
Carol
4 February 2020
Breathtaking site to witness and learn about Mayan history, culture, and architecture. You will see the most beautiful sight of the ocean from here
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