I was in Cozumel for less than a day for a cruise, I wanted Chichen Itza, however, I didn't want to spend 6 hours getting to and fro Chichen Itza. Is this Chicken Itza? No. Should you expect it to be? No. Is it a...More
About San Gervasio Mayan Archaeological Site
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I so enjoyed walking the beautiful landscape of these ruins and understand why the Myans built there! A must when you visit cozumel!
Off the beaten path in the jungle. We self toured, but I heard the guides were good. Lots of Iguanas and birds and the ruins are fascinating to see and read about. We enjoyed it because we like to visit sites of local interest and...More
We were very surprised at the amazing ruins of San Gervasio. The grounds are expansive and fascinating. Make sure to have a tour guide take you through - there are many nuances you will miss out on if you just walk through on your own.
We did a tour of the San Gervacio ruins. We enjoyed the tour and looking at all the archaeological ruins. The guide was very informative and the place was very interesting to visit.
The ruins were underwhelming, and the kids complained about being tired from walking and heat (problems they didn't have running around the cruise ship!). They wanted to go home 5 minutes into the tour - but the trip was saved by spotting iguanas, particularly in...More
Patrick was a very informative guide, explaining everything concerning the ruins. The ruins are an ongoing excavation by archeologists.
Our guide, Fanny, had story after story about the early Mayan people and how they ended up visiting on Cozumel. She explained what areas Mayans controlled, how large their members were, and much about their beliefs. At each foundation or ruin she would explain who...More
Kind of an Indiana Jones type of archeaological site, small but the only Mayan site on the Island, Not much to see but the only Mayan site on the Island
Fairly modest and scattered ruins (unlike how I imagine the imposing 'skyscraper' Mayan pyramids of the Mexican mainland), but a great taster, nonetheless. The atmosphere, roving iguanas and clinging heat all contributed to the unmistakable sense that you were firmly in Mexico. The few stalls...More