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Pirámide Nohoch Mul, Mexico

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From Cancun and Riviera Maya: Tulum, Muyil and Cenote Tour

1. From Cancun and Riviera Maya: Tulum, Muyil and Cenote Tour

Discover two of the fascinating Mayan sites in the Riviera Maya, swim in a stunning cenote, and enjoy some free time in the charming town of Playa del Carmen. After a thorough guided tour through the well-preserved pre-Columbian buildings of the Tulum ruins, like El Castillo or The Temple of the Descending God, you will have plenty of free time to explore the site on your own. Take nice photos, Tulum is by far one of the prettiest archaeological sites in the world, overlooking the Mexican Caribbean Sea. After exploring Tulum, you'll take a journey into the jungle to the Muyil Mayan ruins site where you will see the tallest pyramid in the region, Nohoch Mul. Learn about local customs and Mayan history. Then, enjoy a delicious buffet lunch of regional specialties. Swimming in a beautiful cenote is then the cherry on top of your day trip. After your refreshing swim, head to 5th Avenue in Playa del Carmen for shopping and people-watching, before heading back to Cancún.

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What people are saying about Pirámide Nohoch Mul, Mexico

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 67 reviews

Great activity. Hector was a fabulous guide. The Cenote, Tulum and Coba were all nice locations with lots to see. The logistics were decent with a hotel lobby pickup and dropoff and comfortable bus and vans. The transit time and stops were a little long and it turned out to be a 14hr trip for me as I was in Cancun. I found that people staying in Rivera Maya, Tulum etc had a shorter day. The Mayan Village and Playa Del Carmen beach weren't all that interesting. You should do this tour if you want to spend a full day seeing all there is to see. If you will get bored/tired after a few hours, go for the shorter trips, especially if you're staying in Cancun. All together, great value for money

Simon was a great guide, very passionate and entertaining. The tour contains a lot of destinations in one day, so you can see a lot of important cultural things. They really have a good time management, although the time in the cenota and in playa del carmen were too short. Maybe the visit of the maya villaga / shamane could be shortened.

For a last minute tour this was amazing. We booked the night before and we’re glad we did. Our tour guy Hector was great and knowledgeable. The tour gives you just enough time to explore a little bit at each location but not to much time. I would highly recommend it. Take towels and a change of clothes because the ride back gets cold.

This your was definitely one of the highlights of my trip to cancún, the tour guild did a great job of explaining the history behind each site visited, although the he mostly spoke in Spanish but that was expected as we were in a Spanish speaking country lol. It's a entire day trip so be prepared. You'll love it I guarantee you.

The guide is nice and knowledgeable about the place...He speak Spanish most of the time and 30% English. Overall it's a great experience...