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We have 5 options of how you can manage your Coba Tour, But you can always make combinations of them:


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    Coba, Mayan Town and Cenote

    The Coba-Mayan Village and Cenote tour includes a visit to a beautiful cenote, the Mayan ruins and a small Mayan village.
    We started the tour on Board of van for went to CENOTE where allowed to bathe with the waters that spring from rocks underground in the Cenote with duration of 45 minutes approximately, from there we went to the MAYAN village called "Campamento Hidalgo" where given to know the way of life, their customs, traditions everything the Maya civilization represents with duration of 45 min to 1 hour, then we went to restaurant cabin where can consume their food, after we went to the archaeological site of COBA where the estimated time of explanation of the ruins and stay is approximately 2 hrs 30 min. Estimated time of return to your hotel would be at 6:00 pm (daily)



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    Coba Mayan Village offers you the Mayan world of archaeology, architecture, culture, wildlife and flora, the Coba archaeological site, a cenote (natural well), and authentic Mayan village.
    A full day tour that offers you to visit one mayan village, where you will see and learn how the mayan people lives ( houses, clothes, jungle) !Buffet lunch is include in a Typical restaurant.
    This excursion in the Riviera Maya will take you to see the wonders of the Mexican Caribbean: the splendor of a monumental site, with the tallest pyramid in the Yucatan Peninsula: the Nohoch-Mul in Coba.
    Among the activities and expeditions you can do coming from the Riviera Maya, is this fantastic adventure to the archaeological site of Coba tour, Mayan Villages and The Cenote.
    Cobá which Mayan name means “wild waters”, is a large archeological site, that in fact is made of a series of different sites connected among them. Cenote ( Underground River ) The word cenote is derived from the mayan term “D’ zonot” , representing an underground cavity filled permanently with water. you will enjoy the refreshing of the crystal waters of the cenote.

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    Coba, Tulum and Playa Paraiso

    A wonderful opportunity to transport you to the Mayan culture and cool off in the crystal clear waters of the Mexican Caribbean
    Visit of the enigmatic city of Coba, even invaded by jungle.
    Visit of the the archaeological site of Tulum, known in antiquity as Zama (dawn), was the port most important Mayan Caribbean
    Food Buffet-style in a typical restaurant.
    Fine white sand beach estimated
    Time of return to yout hotel at 6:00 pm (daily).



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    History, Culture, And White Sandy Beaches! A day of full tour visiting Mayan ruins 2 wonders combined with a beach that steal you your breath away.
    COBA' the name itself makes you remember the images of its glorious past. Its main features were the constructions of big cities.
    COBA Mayan name means "wild waters", is a large archaeological site, which is actually made up of a number of different sites connected among them.
    TULUM is the most ancient building that still stands on the shores of the Riviera Maya, and is the only group of buildings of archaeological interest which is surrounded by walls located on the sea. The wall was built during 1200-1450 a.d.. And all the structures are a classic style.
    PLAYA PARAISO, the most beautiful beaches in the world with its white sand. You can relax and swim in the sea of the seven colors of this wonderful place.

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    Coba, Mayan Town, Cenote and Zip Line

    We started the tour on Board of van for went to CENOTE where allowed to bathe with the waters that spring from rocks underground in the Cenote with duration of 45 minutes approximately, from there we went to the MAYAN village called "Campamento Hidalgo" where given to know the way of life, their customs, traditions everything the Maya civilization representswith duration of 45 min to 1 hour, then we went to restaurant¨La Cabaña¨ where can consume their food, after we went to the archaeological site of COBA where the estimated time of explanation of the ruins and stay is approximately 2 hrs 30 min. Estimated time of return to your hotel would be at 6:00 pm (daily)



    More information about Coba ,Mayan Town, Cenote and Zip Line

    Ruins at Coba Maya between activities and expeditions you can do leaving the Riviera Maya, it is this fantastic adventure to the archaeological site of Coba tour, visiting a Mayan village and swim in a Cenote.
    This excursion in the Riviera Maya will take you to see the wonders of the Mexican Caribbean: the splendor of a monumental site, with the tallest pyramid in the Yucatan Peninsula: the Nohoch-Mul in Cobá and the magic of the Cenote. Located in the State of Quintana Roo to 42 km from Tulum.
    Com many buildings still covered by jungle, Coba has about 125 km2 and 5 Lakes, highlights the Nohoch Mul pyramid which with its 120 stepping-stones and 42 metres make it the highest in the Yucatan peninsula...
    These ruins are approximately an hour and a half of the Mayan Riviera, and are very different from other archaeological sites of the Yucatan peninsula, before anything it be located to one side of 4 natural lakes, very rare thing in the peninsula.
    COBA has yet many structures and buildings still covered by jungle, which make these ruins a magical place that fires our imagination.
    Only during the past years the importance of Coba has come to light, some archaeologists are convinced that over time be proven that these ruins will be one of the largest and important in the Yucatan peninsula.
    More than 5000 points with possible vestiges remain covered by the judges.
    Since Coba is immersed in the jungle, and when we visited it is a feeling of being on a tour of expedition that we don't let imagine that it can be under those small mountains composed of Earth, branches, flowers, plants and possibly ruins. A typical tour to Coba

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    Coba, Tulum and Cenote

    Visit the archaeological site of Coba, it runs along its old ways to discover Nohoch Muul, the pyramid higher maya of the Yucatan Peninsula.
    We started travel aboard the van to we headed to the archaeological site of TULUM, where the time of explanation in the ruins is approximately 1 hour, continuing our journey to the restaurant LA CABANA where you can consume your food, stay time is approx. 1 hour, then headed to the archaeological site of COBA, where the time of stay and explanation of the ruins is 1 hours 30 minutes and one hour Cenote.
    Estimated time of return to your hotel would be at 6:00 pm (daily).



    More information about Coba, Tulum and Cenote

    COBA wrapped by the jungle and surrounded by lagoons, was an important urban center which came to exercise economic control over the Yucatan Peninsula through complex routes and alliances. Its monumental buildings, its impressive network of roads its stelae and hieroglyphic texts are just a few of the distinctive features of this magnificent Mayan city. Framed by different tones of blue, product of the union between the Caribbean Sea and sky, the archaeological ruins of Tulum, Quintana Roo, attracts more than one million tourists each year.
    Tulum, is a municipality of recent creation, which however has a treasure trove of thousands of years. The ruins of the Mayan city which bears the same name. On arrival, a small height wall hides the richness of a heritage known all over the world: that of the maya civilization. After a tour in which little matter the intensity of the Sun, the visitor gets the best reward when behind the main structure, called El Castillo, the landscape opens up to a second show; a panoramic view of the Caribbean Sea. The cenote is ideal for swimming, and esnorkeliar is the ideal place to escape the heat and cool completely.

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    Coba Punta Laguna

    A great adventure tour!
    We started our tour aboard the Van to Punta Laguna, a reserve of the spider monkey and howler, called Otoch Ma 'ma'ax Yetel Kooh' (House of the monkey and PUMA), where travel and the explanation here is with a local guide. Among the different activities are: visit monkeys, cross the river by canoe to make the activity of the CANOPY, then return in the canoe to the place where boarded it, hence the RAPPELLING activity is performed to gain entry to the CENOTE where allowed to bathe with the waters that spring from underground rocks in the Cenote.
    (Departures Tuesday, Thursday And Saturday).



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    COBA - PUNTA LAGUNA, an opportunity to be in contact with nature, and practice adventure tourism guided by a local expert, will live a journey to the vast jungle, conciendo different species of flora and fauna, as well as their properties. You can see howler and spider monkeys.
    By canoes, will arrive at the other end of the lake where you will cross the same doing Zipline, we return to witness a Mayan ritual conducted by a pier, or Wizard of the community, this ceremony is performed to request permission to be able to go down to the cenote, as for the Mayan culture, these sites are considered sacred. Once the ceremony was over, by means of rappel descend to the cenote to enjoy its crystal clear waters.
    We will then go to Coba where we taste a delicious buffet; Once there, we will do our tour of the archaeological site, where the guide will tell us customs and Maya uses more common, as well as the enigmas and mysteries that still hides.
    Please wear comfortable clothes, bathing suit, towel, repellent of mosquitoes, biodegradable sunscreen, camera and money for souvenirs and extras.






More information about Coba.

This grand Mayan site lies less than two hours from Playa del Carmen, and is different from the other big sites in the Yucatan. First of all, it's situated by four natural lakes, which is a rare sight in the Yucatan. These lakes are believed to have given the city its name, which means "Waters stirred by wind". Furthermore, it is not as excavated nor reconstructed as Chichen Itza or Tulum. Coba still has a number of big structures covered with the growth of the jungle, making it a wild place that truly triggers your imagination. It doesn't see nearly as many visitors as Chichen Itza or Tulum and if you're early you might be all by yourself with only birds, monkeys and the dense jungle to accompany you at these mystical ruins.

Coba is a great ruin to wander around by yourself and let your imagination roam free. There are tunnels under temples and huge trees spurting out of stairs. You walk on old roads built by the Maya over 1200 years ago. The canopy forms a green tunnel over your head and you pass amazing trees. Big fluorescent blue morpho butterflies share space with woodpeckers and termite nests. Coba is best enjoyed by those who embrace the overall experience and appreciate the different architectural building styles in different sites.


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