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on 15/01/2011 at 15:07
Score : 10/10

We returned to PM and another trip with Eric. Ek Balam is a less visited Mayan city featuring several nicely restored buildings, with statues and artwork far beyond what we've seen at Coba and Chichen. Our guide Francisco grew up in the neighborhood and told us the city's history with great Mayan pride.

Excellent lunch in a nearby village, then on to the Ria Lagartos nature preserve. Our boat tour took us ten miles up the channel to see shore birds both familiar and new. We quietly drifted past groups of flamingos, spotted several crocodiles, and saw countless herons, egrets, and cormorants.

It was a long day, but one we'll long remember.
on 08/01/2011 at 15:09
Score : 10/10

9 of us (from 17 to 79 years) took a private tour with Ecab Explorer to Tulum & Akumal Bay. The tour was Top Notch from beginning to end (including communication to book the tour before we left Canada).

Eric is a fantastic tour guide. He's professional, trustworthy, very knowledgeable, flexible and a real pleasure to be around. Ricardo did a great job driving the (very comfortable) van.

Tulum was really interesting & the beach gorgeous! The boat ride past Tulum and the reef was also neat. Lunch was scrumptious. Akumal Bay was really nice & we did see sea turtles (YES!) as well as lots of other fish.

If you're looking for a small group tour - you can't go wrong with Eric & Ecab!!

Thank you Eric - we had a great day!
on 02/01/2011 at 15:10
Score : 10/10

Great atv touring. Need to use helmets on zipline and make a zipline tour rather than just a down-and-back line.

Don't allow clients to do dangerous entries into the first cenote. Best part of the trip was going to the Mayan village while waiting for the shuttle.

Really good experience!
on 26/12/2010 at 15:12
Score : 10/10

If you are looking for adventure on the Riviera Maya with an expert guide who offers small tours with a personal touch, you will want to take a trip with Eric Guegan of Ecab Explorer.

Eric recently took the two of us on a private tour from Puerto Morelos to Tulum and Akumal, and we canít remember ever having such a wonderful time on any tour anywhere.

On the drive to Tulum, Eric vividly brought to life the history of Puerto Morelos and the Riviera Maya; described in detail what we were about to see at the ruins at Tulum; and embarked on a wide-ranging discussion of all aspects of Mayan culture. It was totally fascinating and prepared us for the awesome seaside spectacle that are the Mayan ruins at Tulum.

A very special treat was going out in a small boat to see the ruins from the Caribbean sea and learning about Mayan navigational technique that are built into the ruins and only visible from the water.

Then it was off the Akumal for a wonderful lunch of fresh grilled fish at the beach (the best meal of our trip)!

After lunch, Eric personally picked out snorkeling gear and indicated where to snorkel in Akumal Bayís beautifully calm waters.

It was a terrific day, and we couldnít have asked for a better guide or a friendlier, personable companion.
on 19/10/2010 at 14:14
Score : 10/10

My wife and I took the Chitchen Itza tour with Eric from Ecab Explorer October 8th. I would like to say that this day was excellent. Journey was long but enjoyable.

We saw everything we wanted to see and we got so much interesting information about Mexican history, politics, food, culture and so on. Eric, who is originally from France (have lived in Mexico about 28 years) really knows all the facts.

Because of the low season we actually got private tour, there were no other people besides us on the comfortable American van. From the beginning to the end everything was on time and the weather was really nice, and they even got cold bottled water for us.

We had a chance to see many of the Mexican villages and also bigger town Valladolid, unforgettable experience was certainly Cenote. And of course Chitchen Itza ITSELF... unspeakable feeling too see something so famous and powerful, and the guide was successor of the Mayas. We truly loved it.

So, everything was very nice and later on i had a feeling that this trip was like with good friends i have known many many years.

Eric and his driver are the BEST ant there is no need to wait tens of people to leave the site. It was worth every penny and even more.

Good luck Eric :)
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