Coba Full-Day Tour From Riviera Maya

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 10 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    7:00 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    Pick up starts at 7am, depending your hotel location the time may change, we will contact you by email ton confirm the exact pick up time and location. We do pick up majo.. read more
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

Learn all about the ancient Mayan civilization when you visit the Coba Ruins on this full-day tour from Cancun and the Riviera maya. Also visit a Mayan community and enjoy a swim at a cenote plus lunch. Your tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off.

Highlights

Excellent value for money

Step back in time on a history tour

All entrance fees included

Buffet lunch included

Hotel pickup included

Informative, friendly and professional guide

Know More about this tour

Starts with pick-up at your hotel heading to the archaeological site of Coba and enjoy a guided tour. Climb the pyramid of Nohoch Muul, highest in the state. Be amazed by the stunning views and learn all about the Mayan civilization who lived at this place from your knowledgeable guide sharing with you facts and information.

Your tour continues visiting a Mayan community to learn about their day-to-day lives. Visit a local school and house to see the authentic Mayan culture. Delight in the opportunity to buy souvenirs for back home. Afterwards, continue to enjoy a delicious Mexican-style lunch with something to suit all tastes. Finally, stop by a cenote where to swim in this natural underground river and admire its beauty.

Your tour ends with hotel drop-off after a relaxing ride back to your accommodations.

Inclusions

Round trip air-conditioned transportation

Visit to a Mayan community

Typical Mexican style lunch

Visit to a cenote with swim time

Exclusions

Gratuities

Optional bicitaxi / bicycle rental at Coba

Souvenirs

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

This activity is not suitable for pregnant women, people with severe mobility problems or who have difficulty with physical activities.

Bring footwear suitable for walking (flip flops are not recommended), swimsuit, towel, extra t-shirt, biodegradable sunscreen & repellent, bottled water and cash for souvenirs.

Traveler Reviews

  • 21-Dec-2017

    Tour company added Tulum along with Coba. Having been to Tulum over 10 years ago, I looked forward to the re-visit. WHAT A HORROR!! Previously you drove up on the beach. Walked up the hill and there were the ruins. Now, the buses go to their parking areas. You are met with a DISGUSTING sight. The Mexican government has built all souvenir shops before you see the ruins. But, it gets even better! There are scantily clad men, apparently dressed as Mayans. One was busy playing with this long white snake which was available for pictures. You are then rushed into one of these souvenir shops to have a Mayan do a calendar for you. Only 45usd! Back to the line where you have to wait for an open-air tram. Miguel and Minita mouse were not available. As we boarded the tram, Donald Duck and Pluto were off that day. The ruins were nice. Getting off the tram, there was a man with a monkey who you could gladly pet or pose for a picture for a fee. It was hot, so you could go to the bar for a cerveza or cafe Thankfully, I had very nice memories of my first visit!!!!!! We then went to Coba. Our tour guide showed us some of the closer ruins. The main temple was a mile away. You had a choice: bike, walk, or have a ride in the tricycle propelled by a young worker. The temple was awesome. A rope stretched down from the top so people who dared climb it could safeguard themselves should they lose their balance. Coba is worth seeing. The commercialism at Tulum is nauseating.

  • 06-Feb-2017

    This a great trip - well worth the time, energy , and cost.

    Carlos was our guide - very education. detailed information with hands on experiences. Hands down - the ruins of Coba were the best part of the trip. Glad we had the complimentary experiences but not necessary to enhance the trip.

    Thank you Carlos for a truly great experience