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Mayan Treasures, Playa del Carmen
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Entre las muchas ofertas de excurisones a ruinas mayas, cenotes y naturaleza que puedes encontrar en la Riviera Maya, ésta te ofrece la ventaja de ser una oferta gestionada por una pequeña comunidad M... read more »Among the many offers of excursions to Mayan ruins, cenotes and nature that you can find in the Riviera Maya, this offers you the advantage of being an offer that is managed by a small Mayan community that invites you to enter in your environment and know both the life of their ancestors, and the current Mayan community. the tour is to visit the archaeological site of Coba, with ability to upload to the pyramid, Mayan cuisine at a restaurant at the entrance of Coba. After a visit to a family in the people of San Juan of God, with ritual of welcome maya by the shaman and swimming in a small cenote in the middle of the jungle. On the stop back in a related craft Sales Centre. Is a tour very custom, since only admit as maximum the 12 people that fit in the van (mini-bus) with what is prevents the agglomeration and facilitates that can ask to the guide any curiosity that have. Both the Guide and the driver are Maya and belong to the community which is visited, in the vicinity of Coba. They are very friendly, attentive and not only know of what they speak, but that they also live it. Pick up at the hotel in a van and along the way explain things of the Mayan culture, as well as some expressions, numbers, colors etc. on our tour was bilingual, since we were English and Spanish-speaking people. in Coba explanation adapted to the rhythm of all and was open to questions. There are tricycles in an area that allow more tired tourists or mobility-impaired. very good food, although it is not a buffet as the all-inclusive, three or four dishes are typical Maya, a bar of salads, pasta and desserts. the visit to the family Maya you allows see as is milling the corn and is make pancakes, what grown in the garden and practice what learned in maya and buy something of handicraft. The blessing of the shaman in Maya, with the incense and the environment natural you moved to another time, no doubt, and the swim in a cenote almost in exclusive and in the middle of the jungle, you makes feel a privileged. It really is an experience of that daja footprint in your life.show original
We booked our trip through Thomson as it meant we were able to gain access to Coba early in the day, this definitely helped as we did not climb the pyramid in midday sun,Phew!!!! Our guide Roberto was... read more »
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