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Anonymous asked in TravelMexicoOther - Mexico · 8 years ago

Chichen Itza, Tulum, Coba entry fee?

Hi. In May 2013 we will go to Riviera Maya - 2 weeks holiday. I have a question about entry fee to Chichen Itza, Tulum, Coba. Also price for car park, camera fee etc. How much for Taxi or bus from Puerta Aventuras to Tulum, Coba and Chichen Itza? What is better use Taxi or rent a car? How much per liter petrol? Road between Puerta Aventuras and Chichen Itza is free? Drive on the Yucatan is safety for foreigners? Which one Canote is the best for visit? Any suggestions what you need to the visit on the Yucatan? Thanks for any answer!

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  • 8 years ago
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    Prices change so these may be out of date. These prices are for foreigners, Mexicans and Mexican residents have lower prices.

    Chichen Itza: 182 pesos

    Parking $10 pesos

    There is a free road (180 libre) to Chichen Itza as well as a toll road (180 quota). Take the toll road. It is worth it.

    I assume that you are starting from the resort area along the Caribbean coast since you asked about Tulum. If you approach Chichen Itza from Tulum and take the road that passes by Coba you will miss the toll at Xcan you will only pay the toll at Pisté. That's $61 pesos. If you go to Chichen Itza from Cancun along the 180 quota you will pay at both Xcan $251 pesos & Pisté $61 pesos. ($312 pesos total)

    Renting a car can be much cheaper if you put 4 people in the car and offer you more flexibility. Everyone will tell you driving in Mexico is dangerous but it's not. It may be somewhat unpredictable but the reality is they want you to buy their tours. They don't make any money if you rent a car an go by yourself. If you rent a car there is more flexibility as well. You could see Coba and Tulum in one day. You could also do Chichen Itza and another site, like the colonial city of Valladolid, a Cenote, other ruins (like Ek Balam).

    The advantage to taking a tour is that it is much easier. Much less worry & much less thinking involved.

    There are many Cenotes. You won't have to go far to find one. Ik Kil near Chichen Itza is famous but that brings lots of tourist.

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    Hi. In May 2013 we will go to Riviera Maya - 2 weeks holiday. I have a question about entry fee to Chichen Itza, Tulum, Coba. Also price for car park, camera fee etc. How much for Taxi or bus from Puerta Aventuras to Tulum, Coba and Chichen Itza? What is better use Taxi or rent a car? How much per...

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  • 5 years ago

    Tulum ued to be free 12 yrs ago. Chitzen & Coba are relative inexpensive as they are NOT like expensive U.S. amusement parks. Busses are cheap in MX. You don't need a Rent-a-Car.

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