Full-Day Chichen Itza, Coba And Tulum Private Tour With Lunch - Cancun

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Duration: 12 Hrs
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  • Departure Time :
    06:30 AM
  • Return Details :
    • Comfortable walking shoes are recommended; • Recommended items to bring: towel, bathing suit, sunscreen, hat, cash for souvenirs • OlMar Travel Mexico (local supplier) numbers to call: +52 1.. read more
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Seethree of the Yucatan's most popular archaeological sitesin one day duringthis private tour with a driver and guide. During the 12-hour adventure, visit the ancient Maya ruins of Chichen itza, Coba, and Tulum. Cool off by swimming in a 'Cenote'; a naturally formed underground pool, and refuel with a buffet lunch.Chauffeur-style transport for your private party is included.

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Guided tour in Tulum
Guided tour in Coba
Lunch and free time for swimming
Guided tour in Chichen-Itza and free time to take pictures


Guided tour in Tulum
Guided tour in Coba
Lunch and free time for swimming
Guided tour in Chichen-Itza and free time to take pictures


  • Lunch
  • All entrance fees and taxes: entrance fees to Chichen-Itza, Ik-Kil cenote, Coba and Tulum.
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off, transportation by comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle
  • Rent of the pedicabs in Coba and train tickets in Tulum
  • Private tour only for your group with a professional certificated private guide services
  • Sweet snack, soft drinks, water & 2 cans of beer/per person


  • Beverages during the lunch
  • Tips

Additional Info

Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller

Infants are required to sit on an adults lap

Suitable for all physical fitness levels

Comfortable shoes are recommended

Bring hats, sunscreen, bathing suites, changing cloths, towels

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  • 15-Jul-2023

    This is a great tour at 4 amazing sites with a nice bike ride at Coba and a great Cenote swim in the middle. It’s a long day but our guide Luis was very knowledgeable and we spent the exact right time at each site to get the history and experience each place.

  • 09-Jul-2023

    I booked this private tour for just myself and my wife and whilst it may seem expensive it just stacks up. We only had 7 days and wanted to visit the big 3 Mayan sites - Coba, Tulum and Chitzen Itza and to book these separately would add up, you would also take up 3 valuable days. Then we were the first and only pick up and drop off, I have been on tours where you have to get up very early and get dropped off late and with some hotels being miles from the highway very late! We were picked up in an air conditioned vehicle by our guide was Luis. The first visit was to Tulum which is the only Mayan town on the coast and Luis brought the history to life, answering our questions and showing us areas which I hadn’t seen the last time I visited. Then it was onto Coba and this included a cycle transfer to the main pyramid which was a welcome relief to the other option of walking under the heat of the day. Lunch was buffet style in a large building catering for many visitors to the nearby cenote. There were plenty of food options and some local dishes to try. This was a further benefit of a private tour, we didn’t want to swim the cenote we took a look and wanted to move on…..so we did. This meant we had more time at Chitzen Itza however the site is large and even with our extra time we could have spent longer; which is the disadvantage of trying to cover so much in a day. The site is very open and very hot so an umbrella is a great option. The ball court was impressive but the main event “the temple of Kukulcan” was awesome and it’s understandable why is is now one of the new wonders of the world. Again Luis was very informative and brought the site and it’s history to life. The trip back to the hotel was almost 3 hours however with a cold beer, water and air conditioning we also travelled in comfort. As I mentioned we were the only drop off so we arrived back in good time to be able to have dinner. I would highly recommend a private tour and this one in particular.

  • 30-Jun-2023

    Oh What a Day! It was long but we loved everything about this trip! Easy to book, instant confirmation & communication by email and WhatsApp, Albert, our driver/ tour guide was knowledgeable, easy to follow. The transport, the sites and the whole organisation was fantastic! I chose this trip based on its reviews and was not disappointed!! Highly recommend if like us to want to see as much as possible in one day! And to top it all, great lunch included and a swim in a Cenote 👌🏼

  • 02-May-2023

    Everythink! Our drive and guide Alberto was great! The places are beautifull,We can know the maia ‘ history.It’s worth !

  • 13-Apr-2023

    We love to travel to Mexico, and staying in the Hotel zone of Cancun is safe, but expensive and somewhat boring. We like to get out. There are two Mayan sites to see in the Hotel Zone, which are both worth it. Taking a tour to Tulum, Coba and Chichen Itza are all worth it. Taking the R1 or R2 bus into Cancun proper is well worth it. Food, drinks and souvenirs are half the price, and the culture is much more authentic than the Americanized Hotel Zone.

  • 10-Apr-2023

    Tulum is a great day trip to take. The preservation is incredible to see. The history behind the remains are explained through your tour guide. There is a nice beach and ocean access on grounds. Plan on 4 hours.

  • 06-Apr-2023

    Manny was great. He was our driver as well as our personal guide throughout the day. He had great information and a book/phone full of photos. He also sprinkled in a few bits of humor along the way, i.e. the “Mexican Chicken”. The van was clean and comfortable. You can tell that they must clean the van each time because you track in a lot of dust on your shoes. He picked us (4 of us, mom, dad, 13 year old daughter and 16 year old son) up at our hotel, and drove us to Tulum, about two hours (our hotel is north of Cancun, so it may not be as long for others). A tram ride from our van to the entrance was a nice surprise. It saved a lot of unneeded walking, probably 0.5 to 1 mile each way. (We ended up walking just under 5 miles on this tour.) We toured Tulum and saw the major points of interest with a little bit of time to walk around and get family photos. You really enjoy the tram on the way back! Manny had cold water, pops and beer for us in a cooler in the van. We just grabbed them as needed throughout the day. Then we drove to Coba. The rickshaws were great. I think this was my daughters favorite part. Again, saving time so that you can see major buildings. The rickshaws take you to each place of interest and give you a brief description and then some time to walk around and take pictures. Then we drove about an hour to the cenota and lunch. The lunch is a traditional Mexican lunch. If you have picky eaters, they may have a hard time finding something. (We expected there to be a quesadilla or taco) They have chicken soup, salad, fruit, pastas, steamed veggies, pork/chicken and desserts. They also bring you chips, salsa and corn tortillas to your table. We did purchase five drinks for lunch and it was around $18 USD. Then we walked over to the cenota. They give you a key and you get changed, take a quick shower and put on a life vest. Honestly, I wasn’t thrilled about the idea of a life vest because I know how to swim, but I actually enjoyed it because it gave me the opportunity to just float and look up. The view is incredible! Make sure to bring a water proof container for your phone!!! The best part is after two outside activities in the sun and heat, the cool water is so refreshing. I think it really helped energize us for Chichen Itza. Also, while we were swimming, Manny got gas, which again I appreciated so that it didn’t take up our time at a location. Then we had another 30 minute drive to Chichen Itza. We walked in and Manny gave us a great description of what makes El Castle so incredible. We also walked through the ball game area and then he showed us about the ball used in the game and obsidian. After, we walked further around El Castle and got some free time to look at a few more buildings. My daughter picked up a Mayan zodiac bracelet and my son got an obsidian bracelet. After, we got back into the van and rode 2.5 hours back to our hotel. It was a long day, but I am so glad that we did this tour. We got to see three different Mayan cities with different architecture/gods. Plus, each location has such a different feeling (Tulum = port city, Coba = jungle is still surrounding it and Chichen Itza = nicely renovated, plus a “New” World Wonder). The only thing I was bummed was that you couldn’t walk up to the top of buildings anymore (we were able to do this 20 years ago on our honeymoon) but this has nothing to do with the tour. The tour was great and you won’t be disappointed. Tips-Bring a plastic bag for your wet bathing suit/towel. For the girls, a brush was also nice to have if you plan to get your hair wet. Also, we reapplied sunscreen each time we went back to the van (the sun is very strong). Also, tip your rickshaw drivers. They worked pretty hard biking us around the site. Hold onto your hat at Chirchen Itza. The wind can be pretty strong, which felt nice since it was sunny and hot. Finally, if you do have a picky eater, in between the lunch and cenota, there is a little shop that sells hotdogs, chips, etc.

  • 15-Mar-2023

    Tulum, Chichen-Itza and Coba were all fantastic! The Cenote was beautiful. Arturo was very accommodating and knowledgeable. We had a fantastic day!

  • 15-Feb-2023

    An amazing private tour experience For my tour we had Emmanuel as our driver/tour guide he was professional, knowledgeable, and made everything relaxing and simple from pick up to drop off. A must do excursion. worth every penny !! When walking past the group tours of 25 plus people I felt even better after seeing the confusion and craziness. This was the perfect private tour

  • 11-Feb-2023

    Amazing experience. Our guide was so knowledgable and very nice. He brought us to the key sites which are typically packed with tourists but chose the good times to go so it didn’t feel so crowded. A very enjoyable experience!

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