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Zona Arqueológica El Meco, Puerto Juarez

Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
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4.4/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
Zona Arqueológica El Meco is located in Puerto Juarez. To visit Zona Arqueológica El Meco on your holiday in Puerto Juarez, and find out what else Puerto Juarez has to offer, use our Puerto Juarez vacation generator.
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  • The place is very fences of cancun, are a small site archaeological very well care and interesting. Only that there should be guidance, might be worth the explanation. The cost is 50 pesos per person.
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  • Relatively little known area of archaeological monuments in El Meco offers innovative and extremely impressive entrance to the Mayan civilization. Right next door the modern town rises the amazing buildings, El Castillo, a smaller pyramid and blocks of residential buildings of the ancient Maya. Very quiet nísto, where few tourist visits. Company from afar will do iguanas-guardians of local treasures, the otherwise harmless, but very majestic looking creatures.
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  • Beautiful place, small but very nice. just 50 pesos / person. But people can just sit watch and relax :) better than chichen izza 
  • Small but beautiful site. Less than 15 minute drive from the hotel zone. Very few people know about this place so this is a good place to have ruins all to your self. Make sure you carry bug spray.
  • I was here last Friday (April 3rd 2015) and now I have to get rabies shots. The tour guide made me feed some wild Coati's (he physically grabbed me and held on to my hand even though I expressed that I was not comfortable) and one bit me and drew blood. When I returned to the States, I was advised to get rabies shots, which is both painful and expensive. After being bitten, the tour guide had the audacity to say, "write me a good review." Unbelievable. Do not go here. Do not support this man.
  • Nice small archeological site. It isn't as impressive as the others around the region but it is a lovely place to visit and spend a morning sitting in the shadows of the trees around the pyramids and the iguanas contemplating several. Some ruins small but well maintained. Not is so large or so famous as them others sites archaeological near but is a place very nice to spend it tomorrow contemplating them pyramids to the shadow of them trees.
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  • The best archaeological site which you will find in Cancun. It is small, but it has lots of personality. The ticket has a cost of $50 pesos and can be the time that you want. I got to see a wonderful group of restorers working on a wall with high relief. This is definitely a good place to visit.
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  • Remember when to end of the 80s was all an adventure get to that part of cancun. I liked more before when that area as well as the King, were surrounded by jungle.
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