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- Duration: 10 Hrs
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Entrance to all archaeological sites
Transportation on authorized vehicles with A/C
Cold drinks during the tour
Small groups, max. 12 persons
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Stop At: Zona Arqueologica de Coba, Coba, Yucatan Peninsula
Very important points of coba including main pyramid.
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Multum Ha Cenote, Coba, Yucatan Peninsula
Swim or see this amazing cenote.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Ruins of Tulum, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula
Incredible mayan ruins
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Tulum Beach, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula
Paradise Beach at Tulum
Duration: 1 hour
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Transport by air-conditioned minivan
Entry/Admission - Zona Arqueologica de Coba
Entry/Admission - Multum Ha Cenote
Entry/Admission - Tulum Archaeological Site
Entry/Admission - Tulum Beach
Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Dress code is smart casual
José Manuel was very communicative before the tour and gave detailed info about the different sights m.
First of, Tulum and Coba were amazing and our trip to Mexico would not have been complete without seeing them. We especially were amazed with the view from the top of the main pyramid at Coba - a must do!. The tour itself had some rough patches. Our tour guide, Sandra, was definitely very knowledgeable and informative. We learned a lot from her. She was also very considerate and kind with my family - helped my children on various occasions from strapping their life vest on at the Cenote to helping them complete the descent from the pyramid at Coba so I could focus on my own descent. There were some cons that were not her fault really.Seemed a bit disorganized - we were told the itinerary was being switched up to avoid crowds/heat (tulum first, then coba, lunch, cenote and finally beach) but then 20 -30 minutes into our drive to Tulum, they had to turn around and drive all the way back to where our hotel was to pick up another couple - no idea why that happened but we lost a good deal of time and I felt like they tried to make up for it by skimming time here and there at the ruins which was disappointing. After turning back, they also then re-arranged the itinerary once again and we ended up going to Coba first, then cenote, lunch, tulum and beach. This rearranged itinerary was a little more disappointing because it meant we had to tour Tulum in our bathing suits and eat lunch while wet from the cenote - minor annoyances, we still enjoyed overall. Restaurant was authentic Mexican and pleasant ambiance. I wish we had more "free" time to explore Tulum on our own instead of staying as a group the whole time. Beach was pretty but in the end could have done without it as there was LOTS of sargassum so couldn't go swimming anyway. Overall, we all enjoyed the trip/experience but with some improvements (better organization, more free time) - would be a perfect excursion.
We were picked up from our hotel bright and early by Poncho (guide) and Jorge (driver). We had a small group of 11 people of all ages. There was a reasonable amount of walking on the tours at Coba and Tulum. However we were given the option to rent bikes or taxis at Coba. Poncho was very enthusiastic and knowledgeable about the region and culture. The cenote we visited was one of the quieter ones, and our group pretty much had the whole place to ourselves. A note: although the title of this tour says Multum Ha, we were told that the itinerary was to go to one of the other cenotes, but we were given the choice to go to Multum Ha instead (highly recommended). After Coba and the cenote, we stopped at a restaurant for a buffet lunch, which was fantastic. After lunch we went to the beautiful Tulum ruins. We finished the day with an hour or so at the nearby beach, where there is a bar and food available (try the coco loco!). With driving the tour lasted about 12 hours and we felt that there was sufficient time at each of the stops. Poncho is extremely passionate about the subject matter and made this an exceptional tour!
Our long day was a fantastic adventure! Our family two grandparents, son and daughter-in-law, and two young grandsons loved every minute of the trip. We had a marvelous guide Gabriel who knew all the history and lore everywhere we went. I would recommend this tour highly it was by far the best trip of our one week vacation.