What To Expect
Enter the ruins of a lost civilization and relive the mystical culture of the Mayans! This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see Cabo is definitely something you should not miss on a trip to Cancun. Coba initiates from the word water stirred by the wind. It was a major metropolis between 400 and 1100 AD, with a population of about 50,000. The two lakes along the city was a source of life and livelihood, attracting many citizens to the place.
If you are bold enough to climb the 130 steps highest of the pyramid of the Mayan Riviera, the reward will be one of the most stunning panoramas in the area. With over 40 meters high, Nohuch Mul, which in Mayan means "big hill", is the largest pyramid in the Yucatan Peninsula.
Then, go to the 42 meters tall Nohoch Mul Pyramid to admire the two lagoons of Coba: Macanxoc Lagoon and Coba Lagoon.
After that, do not miss the series of other structures and monuments.
You will get to walk around the treetops and the lush jungle, shaded from the Mexican heat. You will visit Grand cenote, an underground cavern peculiar to the Yucatan Peninsula where you can enjoy an unforgettable swim inside the cave covered with water and illuminated by natural light, providing you with a spectacular view of this natural site.
Hotel pick up in Cancun: 5:30
Hotel pick up in Playa del Carmen: 6:40
Arrival to Coba: 9:30
Guided visit of Coba: 9:30 to 10:30
Free time in Coba: 10:30 to 12:00
Departure from Coba: between 12:00 and 12:30
Arrival to the Cenote: 13:00
Departure from the Cenote: 13:30
Lunch: 13:30 to 14:30
Hotel drop off in Playa del Carmen: 16:00
Hotel drop off in Cancun: 16:30
Hotel pick-up and drop-off
Entrance to the Coba ruins
Bilingual archaeological guide
Guided tour of Coba Ruins
Free time in Coba Ruins
Tips and gratuities
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3 hours and 30 minutes