Bicycle Rental for January 2025 Trip

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EcoColors Tours
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62 reviews
Jan 19 - 25, 2025
Group size: 1 - 999
Bicycle Rental for January 2025 Trip
Mexico

EcoColors Tours
  • Email address verified
62 reviews

Jan 19 - 25, 2025
Group size: 1 - 999

About this trip

 Yucatan Cycling Tour 


January19-25, 2025


Bicycle Rental $120 usd per bike

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$120

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EcoColors Tours
62 reviews
EcoColors has been offering over 24 years fantastic unique experiences where people learn and enjoy about nature, culture and also adventure. Our trips are truly sustainable both socially and environmentally.

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We had a great time. Guide was knowledgeable and accommodating. We enjoyed Chichen Itza, a delicious lunch, and a Cenote. It was a full day as we traveled by Ferry from Cozumel, Riaz met us when we got off the Ferry, he guided us to a delicious coffee shop and we were on our way. Angel our driver was also great getting us from place to place and back to the ferry for our trip back to Cozumel
By Maria m for Chichen Itza & Cenote Private Tour on May 20, 2024
Well organized biking tour. All promises were kept. Reasonably good quality hybrid bikes. First day afternoon biking was very hard for nordic peaople but next days as we started early were much better. Cenotes swimming is really helpful to cool down. Thank You Kenneth and Your team for great experience Hanno
By Hanno H for Hanno Haamer - Bike Tour Extra Room on Apr 23, 2024
Hi Hanno: Our pleasure and glad you enjoyed the Yucatan and trip overall. Hope you keep enjoying life travelling with your firends. Very good day Kenneth Johnson EcoColors
By EcoColors Tours on Apr 23, 2024
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Great day. Terrific guide (Antonio) who was knowledgeable and generous with his time. Great, comfortable vehicle, and everything felt very secure and well planned.
By Mark J for Chichen Itza & Cenote Private Tour on Jan 07, 2024
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In regards to this bike tour, I would rate this mediocre. It's really a van tour of the Mayan & Yucatan culture and history. Of the 750 miles traveled, only about 200 miles is with a bike. A lot of the roads that we cycled were main thorough fares with limited scenic interests. I enjoyed the Mayan ruins with the expert guides that EvoColors arranged for us. I really learn a lot on these Mayan tours. As for the cycling, we weren't really provided with any maps or a discussion of the daily routes and meet up places. Most the of the time we weren't given a GPS route to download on our Garmin. Most of the download were for our phones which I did not have mounted on my bike. I therefore tended to follow others. The cycling guides really should have better communicated the route and meet up points prior to and during the ride. I really thought we should have ridden as a group or a few small group to keep folks from getting isolated. The van was suppose to make sure everyone made it to the end point safely. However, the lead ride group had such a large lead, that the folks could see where they turned. without a route sheet or a gps. The van stayed behind the last rider, but if the group got separated, some folks could have taken the wrong turn. This happen when one rider was all alone followed the route on the GPS. However, when the leader deviated from the route and decided it was too hot and humid to continue. Except for the lone woman, everyone met the van and was ready to hop on. However, since we couldn't get in contact with the woman (she had a drained battery on her phone), it was decided to disconnect the bike rack at the back of the van and try to find the missing rider. It took over 3 hours to find the rider and the other 16 riders had to wait for the van to return. They should have made it clear that "no one is allowed to ride alone". Also, it there is any deviation from the route sheet, the lead should stop and wait for all the riders to show up and explain the reason for the change. Someone should always keep track of the total number of riders during these rides. Some do elect to stay on the van and not ride. Rick Raffantii has previously provide you comments on this tour, which I totally agree with. Rich
By Richard A for Balance Payment- People Cycling Yucatan Bike tour 2023 on Dec 19, 2023
The bike rides were very poorly planned. Maps which were provided at the last minute were incorrect, and the leaders made no effort to keep track of the riders. One rider got lost as a result. It was unclear where or whether we would stop for lunch, which is important in 90F/90% hunidity weather. We also spent too much time on the bus. This was more of a bus trip than a bike trip.
By richard r for Balance Payment- People Cycling Yucatan Bike tour 2023 on Dec 19, 2023
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