Definitely worth a stop to see the ruins and stop by the lagoon. Quiet and very good maintained and easy accessible. The way to the lagoon is nice and climbing the tower is a must for a great view of the lagoon and the Siam Kaan area. Remember to bring 50 pesos in cash per person to pay for the... 更多
Amazing and accessible ruinas within close proximity to Tulum. The walkways were shaded nicely and there was a complete lack of crowds. A real 5 star treat.
The walk through the jungle was nice. The entrance fee to the ruins was very affordable. There is a nice restaurant across the road. There are many informative signs near the sites. The highlight is the castle at the end. behind the castle is an old Mayan path that leads to the Sian Kaan biopreserve, where for another small fee... 更多
Muyil was not a place we heard about until we were in Tulum for a bit. It is one of the many things to visit within the UNESCO world heritage bio reserve. There are 2-3 main activities to do here at/near the ruins specifically. First, there are the ruins. The grounds are not large, however, these ruins remind me more... 更多
Small site, but well-kept with good walking trails. You are not allowed to climb on any of the excavated ruins. You can easily see unexcavated buildings and the old sacbe from the trail. There is a small entrance fee. Maps and information plaques are posted by each excavation if you are not with a guide. Quieter than Tulum, Coba, or... 更多
First, some background. The Sian Ka'an reserve is a 5,000+ square kilometer biosphere along the southern coast of the Yucatan. There are numerous "tours" into and around the reserve. One requires you to drive on a potty road until your suspension collapses, then take a long, unprotected and innards-jarring boat ride to a canal for a float, and so on.... 更多
This location about 25KM south of Tulum is a Gem ! Not too many visitors as of yet. A very interesting place with access to the Biosphere. Pay the extra 50 pesos and climb the tower overlooking the lagoon.
This was a great 4-hour tour we took, which started with the Muyil ruins, then a Jungle walk, a boat ride to cross the two lagoons, and then the unique canal float in a crystal clean shallow water, bordered by lime stone. Peaceful, no animals, warm water, just like a lazy river right in the nature. Pastor (email@example.com) was the... 更多
After having been to the Tulum Ruins earlier in the week, we decided to visit the ruins at Muyil early in the morning on a Friday. When we arrived a little after 8am, there were no other cars in the parking lot (just a few tour vans) and hardly any other visitors. After paying the entrance fee at the front... 更多