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Coba Ruins & Cenote


Coba Ruins & Cenote

Kids 0-4 free




Interact with a Maya community while also discovering Maya history. We’ll start with an early-morning visit to the ancient site of Coba. Climb (or just see) Nohoch-mul, the tallest Maya temple in our region. Then, visit a private cenote in a Maya community in the jungle. We’ll share an incredible meal, prepared with local foods harvested in the village. Be part of a true local experience that also benefits a Maya community!

The city of Cobá was developed near five lakes that were a fundamental factor for its development and subsistence. With approximately 70km2 of extension, the city was communicated by extensive raised ways of stone, known in Mayan language like sacbé (white way), of variable length and width. The longest of them with 100 km. , Arrives at the site of Yaxuná, very close to Chichén Itzá. The inhabitants of Cobá that did not belong to the powerful class, resided in the areas of the nucleus of the city, in houses very similar to those of the modern Mayans.
The adventure begins early in your hotel or lodging place, Tulum, Playa del Carmen or Cancun, we will drive in the direction of coba, we start the historical visit, we will try to be the first to climb nohoch-mul, the highest Mayan temple in Quintana Roo, finishing activity we will visit the fabulous cenotes of coba (cenote mul-tun-ha) an incredible place with crystal clear water, let´s refresh our selfl!
Then we will have typical Mexican food from the area with a restaurant or buffet option right in town.
A unique experience that you cannot miss!
the best way to do is in a Private Tour.

What is included:

Private Guide

Private transport

Admission tickets

Access to the cenote

Lunch (Mexican Yucatecan buffet with 1 non-alcoholic drink)




What to bring:

Swimwear and towels

Comfortable tennis and light clothing to visit the ruins

Sandals or water shoes for water activities

Hat or cap and dark glasses

Biodegradable sunblock

Biodegradable repellent for mosquitoes

Camera / waterprof camera

Cash for souvenirs / tips



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