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Hello,

Can anyone help me?

Iâ€m getting married in Mexico in April. We're staying at Dreams Rivera Cancun in the Riviera Maya

We're staying in Mexico for 2 weeks and plan to do a lot of excursions J

 

  • Xcaret
  • Dolphin swim (Only a simple package)
  • Chichen Itza
  • Jungle, Zip Wires, Ropes Course and Quad Bikes (Not Xplore)
  • Coco Bongo Cancun

 

Does anyone have an idea on prices and who I should book with?

Or has anyone done any of these excursions and how much did you pay?

Do I book when I arrive in Mexico? Or should I book before?

 

Any help would be great…Thank you! J

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Originally Posted by Dominique 161 View Post

 

Hello,

Can anyone help me?

Iâ€m getting married in Mexico in April. We're staying at Dreams Rivera Cancun in the Riviera Maya

We're staying in Mexico for 2 weeks and plan to do a lot of excursions J

 

  • Xcaret
  • Dolphin swim (Only a simple package)
  • Chichen Itza
  • Jungle, Zip Wires, Ropes Course and Quad Bikes (Not Xplore)
  • Coco Bongo Cancun

 

Does anyone have an idea on prices and who I should book with?

Or has anyone done any of these excursions and how much did you pay?

Do I book when I arrive in Mexico? Or should I book before?

 

Any help would be great…Thank you! J

 

Hi Dominique,

 

Congrats for your upcoming wedding! This activities you can book it thru their web site and pay on line (xcaret). Swim with doplhin we recommended go whit dolphin discovery in Isla Mujeres or Puerto Aventuras, the biggest is in Isla Mujeres (Garrafon) and you can book on line or by phone in their page you can found the prices of packages. Also in Coco Bongo great show by the way and to Chichen we recommended book at the airport. Other wise, for your wedding we would like to know if you are considering photographer? Let me introduce; we are Sarani Weddings and we are a group of professional photographers and videographers who our passion is to capture the memories of that special moment on your life.

 

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Greetings and good luck with your wedding planning

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Hello Dominique and welcome!

 

Many parks offer specials on they website for advanced bookings, particularly Xcaret and Xplor.  However, booking through your resort usually means that the transportation is included so may be worth the little extra.  Chichen Itza is most often sold as a set tour including a visit to Valladolid and a cenote as is usually about $50 USD per person.  I've heard good things about the Dolphinaris and their treatment of dolphins.  And for the Coco Bongo trip, I recommend getting the VIP pass in order to have a table to sit at and table service!  Make sure you do not book any tours for the day after Coco Bongo!!!  :)

 

Happy Planning!

 

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