Tulum, Coba & Cenote Tour
Duration: 12 hours Easy
Why we love this tour
An amazing day full of adventure awaits you! Discover the archeological place of Coba and climb the steep stairs of the Nohoch Mul pyramid, swim in the cerulean waters of Cenote Chen-Ha and Mariposa, and explore Tulum’s beachside by Maya ruins!
- Discover the ancient Mayan cities of Tulum and Coba
- Visit a Mayan community and enjoy a traditional lunch
- Swim in clear waters of the refreshing cenotes swimming hole
After our guide picks you up, you will start your day with breathtaking facts about Mayan culture on the way to your first stop. You won't be bored at all this day as the first thing to do will be to climb one of the tallest pyramid in all of Mexico. You will have amazing views and pictures that everyone will envy. Afterwards, we will bring you to the heart of the Mayan community where you will get to eat a traditional lunch with a local drink. Then you will have time to swim at the crystal clear cenotes (sinkholes) Kin Ha and Mariposa and refresh yourself in the beautiful water. The last stop will be at the Tulum Archaeological Zone, an extraordinary Mayan city built on the coastline. You will have a knowledgeable guide at your disposal but also enough of free time to explore and take pictures.
Need to know before you go
- We recommend you to wear comfortable clothes (beachwear) and shoes
- Bring sunscreen, sunglasses, towel, camera, and spending money
- Please be ready and waiting in your hotel lobby or meeting point 10 minutes prior to your scheduled pickup time
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the tour starts
Hotel Pick up in Cancun Area and Riviera Maya, Playa de Carmen or Tulum
Provided bySat Mexico
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