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Electric Bike Adventure Tour

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Meet the Dainzú Archaeological Zone, the Parish of San Jerónimo Tlacochahuaya and the Tule Tree on an E-Bike (assisted pedaling bike) through a ride with adventure and fun, 47 km in total of a flat route through a Cycle track circuit that is mostly covered by trees, in the same way we will travel on dirt roads in which few cars, trucks, etc., where you can see sown fields, trees and plants, mountainous landscapes, and old buildings.
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mexistu wrote a review Feb. 2021
Playa del Carmen, Mexico124 contributions135 helpful votes
Due to covid the police do not want any visitors in the town so have put a sheet of plastic around the fence to try to stop anyone seeing it. Tour companies are still selling tours there and tourists still go to the town to see it but cant. The town depends on tourism because every shop is a tourist shop. This is a disaster for the local communities. Places like Monte Alban and Mitla are open so why not let people just walk past the tree to take a look? This is insane.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Tanya P wrote a review Feb. 2021
Austin, Texas35 contributions13 helpful votes
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The police have put a 6-8 foot barrier all the way around the fence that surrounds the tree. They don’t want you trying to peek over it either and you can’t see through it. They are discouraging visitors for now. I was there on February 4, 2021. You can still see a lot of it from street side behind it, but you can’t get very close.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Kimpaulette wrote a review Mar. 2020
Tucson, Arizona8 contributions1 helpful vote
for me at least. I could have sat and looked at this Tule Tree for hours and hours. It was so special to see and then meeting little 6 year old Cynthia with her laser was very rewarding. She goes everyday to the park after school. Cynthia knew where every thing hiding in the trees bark and showed us all of them. The giraffe legs, the lions mane, the monkeys and so much more. This was fascinating. To walk over to the main restuarant which was in a huge enclosed market place was something I have never seen before. Over 30 women serving food off their comal's (large brick ovens with a large round "griddle" to cook on) and serving luscious food that I, a vegan could eat. Beans, mushrooms, squash flowers, black mole ( yummy) and onions inside a huge corn tortilla. A nice Corona beer at its side it was a meal fit for a lunch and dinner setting. We were stuffed. My sister Paulette had meat in hers and also loved it. What was so unusual about this place of eating at was I didn't know what to expect and not only was the food delicious and inexpensive, each and every time someone would walk into the area all the ladies were haggling them over to their "kitchen and comal". The rise of their voices made me laugh as it reminded me of a hen house with the chickens all clucking. It was fun to hear their voices rise and then simmer down after the person or persons sat down and settled on where to go. Try it and give it a shout out.....
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Michelle V. wrote a review Mar. 2020
Brooklyn, New York13 contributions7 helpful votes
This tree is a must-see. It's over 1,600 years old and is the widest tree in the world. Great for all ages. No need to spend much time here but there's a small church and garden here too.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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SoonerRaven wrote a review Mar. 2020
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma95 contributions48 helpful votes
This is an historic tree. Over 2,000 years old and is said to be the widest tree in the world. Very beautiful and unique. The surrounding gardens are beautiful as well. There is even a cute little church adjacent to the tree as well.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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