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We did the self guided tour because we didn't think our 5 and 1 year olds would appreciate being in the heat any longer than a few hours. I was right. lol.
Strollers are okay up until the first ruin, after that, you'll be lugging...More
I went to Mexico on a cruise for my birthday and this seems like a good onshore excursion to go to. I was very disappointed with the tour. Very minimal ruins to be seen. There was a flea market at the front of the attraction...More
Third visit to Cozumel and this time rented a car and drove the entire island. Visiting San Gervasio was worth it. Easy to walk although a bit rocky, very educational. Entry fee to get in and then another entry fee to walk the ruins---that didn't...More
We loved visiting the ruins of San Gervasio. It was a short 25 minute drive from downtown Cozumel.
For about 10 Dollars per person you can visit these small ruins, you do need to be aware that it can get very hot here and you...More
My husband and I visited here while on a Carnival Cruise. We had a great tour guide that spoke very clear English and was very educated on the Mayan culture. We learned a lot! Expect extreme heat in the summer months; stay hydrated! Very beautiful...More
One of the only 3 things to see in Cozemel - 10 cuc plus worth the $15 cuc for a guide with history of. Note it is a 4 mile and rocky trail. Lots of iguanas live here, outstanding gift shop. Take a private jeep...More
I was disappointed by this experience--not by the ruins but by the lack of information available at them and by the limited ability to see the ruins. There were only a few small poster sized displays with information about the ruins--the area could benefit from...More
This was part of our Jeep tour in Cozumel. The tour guide was excellent and funny. Told us a lot about the site and answered questions. He himself was Mayan. It is a smaller site. But there is a lot there. I am a senior...More
This is a very interesting archaeological site of the ancient Mayan civilization. Our tour guide, Juan from the facility was extremely informative and tied in the significance of this site with the other sites in the Yucatan and other areas on the mainland,
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Hello! We walked the site in a bit over 2 hours. There was some shade, but much was in the sun. The mosquitos were really bad (in May) in the shade so bring bug spray. It was really, really hot so bring lots of water... More
Hello! We walked the site in a bit over 2 hours. There was some shade, but much was in the sun. The mosquitos were really bad (in May) in the shade so bring bug spray. It was really, really hot so bring lots of water. Very interesting place to visit.