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We were on a tour of Xunantunich and Tulum. The bus picked us up at the cruise ship and took us to both sites. The El Meca ruins were very interesting to see and the best part was that we could climb up the large...More
We decided to do the Coba trip after our trip to chichen itza last year! And in all honesty even though Coba is not as big, its a far more enjoyable trip! Our guide Rob was exceptionally informative and had a true passion in his...More
We visited El Meco during a 7 hour layover. We obviously had limited time but didn't have want to spend our layover in the airport. We hired a driver from the airport who took us to El Meco and waited while we walked around. There...More
We stopped at El Meco from the airport on the way to Isla Mujeres. The site didn't have a lot of signage, but the setting was easy to get to, shaded and we saw coatis and lots of iguanas. There were a handful of other...More
If you do not want to spend a full day traveling to archaological ruins, this is the place for you! El Meco is close enough to the hotel zone by cab to get back to your resort for beach time! Go in the morning when...More
El Meco is close to Puerto Juarez and el Rey is in the zona hotelera. We got Elias a great taxi driver he took us to all the less commercialized Mayan sites and to the Mayan museum. It was a wonderful excursion for far less...More
We were 5 in our group and the only visitors when the site opened. The attendant was nice and welcoming. Lots of iguanas roaming around the site. I think the site is excellent for families with children. Wide open areas for kids to run if...More
The R-1 bus took us right to Puerto Juarez, which it doesn’t always do, so that worked well. Then we took a short cab ride to the site. Admission is 55 Pesos.
A fairly large place with a lot of structures and quite a large...More
Response from Tamanisha J | Reviewed this property |
I just checked the distance and it's not. I'd recommend taking the white or blue vans that run up and down the straight street, as they would only charge 7 pesos and the taxis overcharge when you don't get them through your... More
I just checked the distance and it's not. I'd recommend taking the white or blue vans that run up and down the straight street, as they would only charge 7 pesos and the taxis overcharge when you don't get them through your hotel.