Coba, Tulum And Cenote Swim - Playa Del Carmen

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  • Duration: 12 Hrs
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  • Departure Time :
    6:30 AM
  • Departure Details :
    1: Coco Bongo, Calle 12 Norte, esquina con Av. 10 Norte, Col. Centro, Gonzalo Guerrero, 77710 Playa del Carmen, Q.R., Mexico
    2: HM Playa del carmen, Avenida Constituyentes 180, entre Avenida 15 Nor.. read more
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


The Tulum Coba Cenote Tour from Cancun brings you to two unique Mayan ruins sites with an expert guide. Explore the seaside city of Tulum and then delve into the jungle for a peek at Coba, a fascinating journey back in time. Enjoy a swim in a refreshing cenote and delight in a buffet lunch of regional specialties, round-trip transportation included.


  • Small group ensures personal service
  • All entrance fees included
  • Free drinks included
  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • Lunch included
  • Private guide for a more personalized experience

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Stop At: Zona Arqueologica de Coba, Coba, Yucatan Peninsula

Cob, considered one of the most important cities in Mesoamerican history. During its peak between 500 and 900 A.D., Cob was home for about 50,000 inhabitants, and also the central terminus where the Mayan system of roadways interconnected. These raised stone paths, called saucebox connect the buildings of Cob and also connect it to other Mayan cities. The longest one runs 62 miles (100 kilometers) and reaches the city of Yaxuna.
Cobas main pyramid, Nohoch Mul, is the tallest in the Yucatan at 137 feet (42 meters tall). Walk around or ride to the pyramid, then climb to the top for see panoramic views of the surrounding jungle.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Cenotes Park Hidden Treasures, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula

Once youve taken lunch, well move on to the Hilarios Cave. Enter the cenote through a spiral staircase, emerging into a cave full of countless stalactites and crystalline water. A cool, refreshing dip in the mineral-rich water is the perfect afternoon pick-me-up.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Tulum Archaeological Site, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula

After an early morning pickup from your hotel, well drive you to Tulum, an ancient Mayan city on a cliff overlooking the ocean. As your guide walks you through this 10th century city, youll admire its archaeological wonders such as Temple of Frescoes, the Temple of the God of Wind, and El Castillo.
Tulums uniqueness lies in its combination of historic ruins set against the backdrop of the crystal-blue Caribbean.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Playa Paraiso, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula

The final stop before returning to Playa del carmen will Be playa Paraso, Tulums white sand beach, where the Mayan Riviera stretches 75 miles (120 kilometers) to the north and the Sian Kaan Biosphere Reserve protects the areas prolific aquatic life to the south.

Duration: 1 hour


Professional guide


Box Lunch with sandwhich, fruit, juice and sweet (Just with plus option)

Drinks on board (Just with plus option)

2 drinks at the restaurant (Jut with plus option)

Tulum visit guided

Entry/Admission - Tulum Archaeological Site

Entry/Admission - Zona Arqueologica de Coba

Entry/Admission - Cenote Kuxtal



5 USD per person Coba Ruins Local Tax. Must be paid at cheking

Mandatory life jacket rental in the cenote

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Not wheelchair accessible

Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level

This experience requires good weather. If its canceled due to poor weather, youll be offered a different date or a full refund

This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If its canceled because the minimum isnt met, youll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 18 travelers

Face masks required for travelers in public areas

Face masks required for guides in public areas

Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff

Social distancing enforced throughout experience

Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas

Gear/equipment sanitized between use

Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized

Guides required to regularly wash hands

Regular temperature checks for staff

Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival

Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms

Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons

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  • 11-Dec-2022

    Using Tripadvisor for excursions is the best way to go. The cost of this tour was less than others but was much better than others for many reasons. The tour group was not large, the pickup was on time, everything about the tour was explained up front and transportation on a small van was comfortable. The best part, since it was a smaller tour company by the time we got to the Cenote we pretty much had it to ourselves. Much better than others we have been to that were overcrrowded.

  • 02-Dec-2022

    Tulum is beautiful! Coba is great too. The cenote was fun and lunch was good. Had an excellent guide, very knowledgeable and was able to offer lots of insight into the Mayan culture. Overall a great excursion, saw a lot without spending too much time on the bus.

  • 29-Oct-2022

    They booked us for the wrong tour. We had to choose a different tour the morning we were supposed to leave. We did tulum and awkula, snorkeling with sea turtles. The tour guide at tulum spoke very poor English. The turtles were the best experience.

  • 26-Jun-2022

    The Tulum ruins were amazing! Such a wonderful view and place to learn about. The cenote swim after was so refreshing and beautiful. It was a great day! Luis and Fernando were our tour guides. They did a great job! Very funny and helpful

  • 24-May-2022

    We reserved and paid for this tour, but on the day we got substituted into a different tour. We were told that Coba was closed and had been closed for months - BEFORE we made our reservations. It would have been nice if they had let us know that in time for us to make other arrangements. I couldn't find a peep about Coba being closed (since the Covid closure) on the internet, but I assume it really was. The good news was that the replacement tour included a second archeological site in addition to Tulum. The bad news is that it was a fairly minor site (Muyil) and that the tour also included a free hour in Playa Carmen. After a long hot day we really didn't want to spend a free hour wandering down the most touristy street in town. Suggested activity - count the number of pharmacies along 5th street. Between the dedicated pharmacies and the captive ones "in the back" of other stores, I counted more than 50. That must be the second biggest industry in town ;-)

  • 17-Feb-2022

    Waited 2h in the morning and after that was told that Coba is closed and we have Muyil insted. I was given a minute to jump out and try to get money back or just go with the tour. Tourguides gave only little information of the places and culture we visited. During the day I had to wait extra 30 min (which could have been used visiting Tulum ruins. All the waitings were done in tourist gift shops

  • 19-Jan-2022

    Selene and Rafael are really nice and helpfull people. Cobá ruins were closed for restaurations, so we went to Muyil instead. Shame the tour didnt tell us anything in advance, we only were told by Selene at the start os the tour.

  • 20-Nov-2021

    Not one for reviews but... Pickup at hotel at 720a not for trip. Drove us few blocks into town where we were dropped at souvenir store to wait over an hr. I wrote to company on the way to tulum of my disappointment, would have had breakfast and walked if told. Tulum ruins nice to see. Guide not much of a guide, more of a comedian. Did not speak to anyone but driver and cell phone that rang 100s of x's. At lunch, told me we had 2 free drinks coming, presumably because my morning complaint. We ordered two Margaritas and then staff wanted me to pay. They spoke no English to explain that guide was paying, had to go to bus and pull driver off the phone to clear up. Cenote nice but long boring bumpy drive, believe some are easier and better to get to. And open Cenote like swimming in a cold swimming pool. Then long bumpy traffic jam back. 12h day for couple hrs of entertainment. Prob better options out there. Good luck!

  • 11-Nov-2021

    Two hours for pick up i just not correct. 30 minutes late in my hotel to pick up me, just to drive some miles and wait 30 minutes more in a van waiting for the bus. Some miles ahead another 30 minutes wait for more people to arrive. You do not pay to wait, and wait and wait. Once the tour began the guides were good and wonderful places. However since 7 AM until lunch at 4 or 5 pm is just too long without food, although a snack was provided in the bus. Food was not great, very disorganized and tiny portions. The drop off also too long, hour and a half between hotels.

  • 03-Oct-2021

    Armondo was an excellent tour guide. I learned so much about the Mayan ruins. Swimming in a cave was really fun. Crystal clear water. There were 9 of us in the group. He made sure each of us was well taken card of. Took pictures of us. He had us eat at a delicious restaurant for lunch. The driver was great too!! If you can go on this tour I highly recommend it. It was a very full day. We rode bikes at Coba. Tulum was spectacular.

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