The ancient city of Coba is the tallest Maya structure in the Yucatan Peninsula. The Coba Maya sites are some of the most beautiful vestiges in the world. Surrounded by lush colorful jungle, this archaeological site is a real-life paradise. Come experience the tropical forest and view the bright colors of the most exotic flowers, and so much More. Discover the leaf-covered limestone near the beautiful, tropical forest. For those venturing off the beaten path, feel the soft, almost moss-like sensation of the leaves underneath your feet and imagine you’re walking on the clouds in the sky above you. You’ll have a guided tour and the leisure to explore the ruins for another hour and a half. It’s a perfect, peaceful getaway for the whole family. If you’re looking to admire a temple, then Coba is the perfect place for you to discover. With its impressive 120 steps that reach 137 feet in height, the tallest temple in the Yucatan Peninsula. A a truly epic journey. The stelae are large carved stones that the astronomers and scholars of the city created to document their knowledge and important calendar dates. On the first stone is a world-famous date as it is the beginning of a new era in the Maya calendar, December 12th, 2012. Sounds like the perfect photo op for the family, doesn’t it? This ancient city is around 2,300 years old and is one of the most beautifully preserved cities of Maya culture. While the city may have been used for residential and administrative purposes, it is speculated that this city played an important role in ceremonial events for the Maya people. With its many roadways, Coba helped to contribute to the commerce of Maya civilization throughout the Yucatan Peninsula and beyond. It’s a shining example of the impact the Maya civilization had on trade. Close your eyes and imagine the nearly 50,000 inhabitants that used to roam the paths between the stone structures and along the edges of the nearby lagoon. Just being there is an immersive experience that can cast you back into the ancient past.
- Round trip in Van with a/c
- Water on board
- Tour guide
- Entrance fee to the archaeological site of Tulum
- Entrance fee to the Cenote
- Mexican Snack with Fresh Waters
(only in the morning option is included Free Time at Playa Paraiso)
EXTRA TULUM NATIONAL PARK TAX NOT INCLUDED.
- Comfortable clothes and shoes
- Bathing suit, sun glasses, towel and cap
- Sun protection (bio degradable)
To book the experience you must cover a percentage of the cost and the rest will be settled in person at the time of your Tour.