The tour was pretty much as advertised. It was worth the spent although once in Cancun/Riviera Maya, it appears that similar if not the same trips for same can be arranged once you are there.
It was billed as an english guide, however english was his second language and half of our van we had approx 15 people spoke spanish and thus, he spoke both languages throughout the tour.
Once at Chichen Itza, he actually had to pass us to other experts/guides as he was apparently not qualified no credentials to provide the onsite Chichen Itza tour himself. So our english-speaking portion of the group was given to a guide that spoke english, and he was good.
The food at the restaurant was pretty good.
The cenote that we stopped at was also great, as it was not crowded.
This tour was great.Be prepared for a very long and hot day,but absolutely worth it.Our guide on the bus was very knowledgeable and willing to answer questions.The driver was safe and considerate. Lunch at the cenote was delicious and service was outstanding.The guide at Chichen Itza also amazing!
this is the best value tour --of the chichen itza tours, for sure-- you do more events for your money. However the day is very long and you spend a ton of it in the van and it is not a luxury van. it is air conditioned and clean and fine. the cenote they take you to is not too crowded it's also pristine, really beautiful, and was a trip highlight for us. Chichen Itza is impressive and our tour guide was awesome. However it is so very hot there, so wear sunscreen. the other parts of the trip--the mayan village they take you to and the small stop at the public square of valladoild are less impressive than the cenote or chichen itza. they are fine and points of interest are explained by the guide but the village is very commercial and valladoild is more of a stopover you just get out of the car to stretch your legs there and there is a historic church there to take pics of. We learned a lot about how local mayan people are living and you could see a great deal of poverty, visible from the road. I would actually say this was one of the things that made the tour valuable to us because it gave us a more realistic view of mexico, more so than the resort where we'd been staying. I'm very glad we did the tour. If you are not willing to commit an entire day, do a different tour with less stops. Tour guide was good but pitched a little hard for tips on the drive home.