An early start but you miss the crowds and the heat of the day. Roberto 'the wolf' was the guide who was superb and very passionate about the Mayan history. He was very knowledgeable about everything that was asked and was a delight to have as our tour guide. The ruins were fantastic, the more so when all was explained about this amazing civilisation. The climb is steep and care needed to be taken, but the reward is a great view. Afterwards we went to a Mayan house and Roberto explained how they lived and why their civilisation failed ultimately . Lunch followed and then a dip in a cent which was not to be missed on the way back to the hotel. A thoroughly recommended tour led by a great guide and well worth the money. We know people who have been to Chichen Itza and we think that our tour was better, especially considering that you have a 3 hour journey there and 3 hours back!
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