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Tulum & Coba Cenote & Aldea Maya

Price: 75 USD
Duration: 8 hrs

Description

More than 800 years ago, before Europeans set foot in the Americas, a stunning city on the hill was built facing the rising sun over the Caribbean Sea. Tulum’s original Maya name, Zamá translates as “place of the dawning sun.” The Maya people carefully constructed this city to align with key astronomical observations, to provide defense for their people and to offer an early form of navigation to mariners moving goods within the Maya cities. Tulum was mainly built for trading and religious matters. The Mayas would trade goods like turquoise, jade, cotton, food, copper bells, axes, cacao beans, and salt. Today, overlooking a crystal clear sea and surrounded by 1600 acres of the national park and rising on a 40-foot cliff overlooking the sea, the walls and archeological sites of Tulum still hold the beauty, the power and the living connection to the people who first settled here those many centuries ago. Coba is one 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, the beautiful scents as they float atop the lagoon, and so much more. Walk along with the leaf-covered limestone near the beautiful, tropical forest. 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. The ancient city of Coba is the tallest Maya structure in the Yucatan Peninsula. With its impressive 120 steps that reach 137 feet in height. 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.

Includes

- Round trip in Bus or Van with a/c
- Water on board
- Tour guide
- Entrance fee to the archeological site of Tulum and Coba
- Mexican buffet lunch (Drinks are not included)
- Entrance fee to the Cenote
- Visit of an “Aldea Maya”

Recommendations

- Comfortable clothes and shoes

- Bathing suit, sun glasses, towel and cap

- Sun protection (bio degradable)

- Cash

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.

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