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We have been coming here for years and it was always free. Today we were going to show some new comers that were with us and we were told it would cost $12 US PER person. We turned around and left. Lovely little village but...More
Our family has been visiting El Cedral for several years now. But not as tourists during the day, rather as guests of a local family. The village was one of the original settlements on the island. People sustenance farmed, using the fresh water from the...More
The price of admission is 2.00 a person just to drive to a town with vendors trying to sell you junk.The only thing to see is a clump of rocks.If you want to know about the history you have to read Spanish,or pay the shop...More
This, for us, was a stopping of point during a coach excursion. Lots of stalls/stores and loads of flag type decoration in the ceiling of, what seemed like an open barn. The church was quant but nothing to write home about (unless you're doing a...More
We drove to the entrance, paid a $2 fee and were guided into the village by a young lady on a scooter. The vendors were friendly, even dressed us in sombreros and blankets and took our photo. They also offer a free tasting of traditional...More
The Ruin is very small, beautiful Church beside it. Sadly the town is all but deserted, the young people leave to work elsewhere. The locals are very friendly and helpful. The tequila tasting bar was fun.
This is a mandatory stop for historical purpose from his ancient Mayan ruin from 800 b.C. to the new religious and re-population history of the Island of Cozumel and the big parade done every year in this Magical Village, arts & crafts shoping, Silver, jewelry,...More
We paid $24 USD for two people to visit the ruins and the cenote. On arriving in the village, we were stopped by shop owners directing us to park in front of their shops and pressuring us to purchase souvenirs. They were extremely pushy and...More