Tulum Coba Cenote From Playa Del Carmen

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 7 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    7:00 AM Hotel pickups commence prior to this time
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    This tour runs for costumer staying in Hotels from Puerto Morelos City To Dreams Hotel in Tulum Area. From Bahia Petempich to Cancun we dont provide the service. And for .. read more
  • Return Details :
    Same place where you will be pick up in the morning.
  • 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

The Tulum-Coba-Cenote tour offers the experience of combining the best sceneries of the Riviera maya in these archaeological zones, where you will be able to admire beautiful landscapes and enigmatic constructions, adding a fantastic portion in the tour to swim in a fresh water well.

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In a confortable motor coach, you will be transported south of Quintana Roo state, where this atonishing Walled Mayan City awaits. A Professional Tour Guide, will guide you along the most impressive section of the city, he will explain all about their culture, way of life and their incredible knowledge of arquitecture and designing capabilities, also there, enjoy it's fantastic beach!. We will continue to Coba, an ancient city with huge piramids you still can climb, rent a bicycle to move from one piramid to the other, is so fun! 

    • Between 6:45 and 7:45 h Pick up from your hotel or meeting point
    • 8:45 to 9:15 h Departure from the Excursion Departure Center
    • 9:45 h Guided tour of Tulum
    • 10:30 h Free Time
    • 11:15 h Cenote time, water well
    • 13:15 h Lunch time
    • 14:15 h Guided tour of Cobá
    • 15:15 h Free time
    • 17:45 h Return to hotels

Inclusions

Professional guide

Hotel pickup and drop-off

Lunch - Buffet lunch

Exclusions

Gratuities

Drinks

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not wheelchair accessible

Children must be accompanied by an adult

May be operated by a multi-lingual guide

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers

Traveler Reviews

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  • 28-Feb-2020

    Not what we expected. It wasnt terrible but spent a lot of time waiting for things with no one saying any reason for any or any explanation. Spent a total over the day of close to 2 hours.Would be nice to know why we are waiting in this line or on the bus. One of our drivers on the small bus drove 115 km in a 80 zone at one point so also not great and the ac did not workbut the main tour bus was good.

    Overall cool sights but too little time to enjoy and the guides were average at best. They do not give much info and could do a lot more.

    At the main location where you board the buses the washrooms were very poor and the lunch was lacking. Very basic and not tasty. No water included with lunch ao bring lots with you.

  • 27-Feb-2020

    A great and full day of sites. come prepared with towel and such for cenote swim. Timely pickup and friendly staff. Had a great time and good to have it (entry tickets et al) all taken care of

  • 14-Feb-2020

    The staff was friendly, the logistics kept the whole tour moving, and we had just enough time at each spot. This is a great way to see and do a lot of cool things and still be back for dinner.

  • 11-Feb-2020

    This trip was amazing - Enrique was a great guide and the tour was very well laid out - thank you Cancun Bay!

  • 27-Jan-2020

    I was expecting more. There was a long pick up at hotels, I think we stood almost 2hours on the bus. When we came at Tulum Ruins we had a good explanation but only 30minutes to go to beach. It wasn’t good. We were in hurry. After this, we went to a beautiful BUT very little cenote. Cobá its Ok. Our tour guide Pastor was nice.

  • 27-Jan-2020

    This was by far the most economical way to see a few sights. The workers were nice, but a little disorganized. I over heard one of the men say it’s just because we’re in Mexico. So having a patient attitude your good. However one tip for when you go to Tulum and Coba. Just do your own research. The tour guides are so long winded and after we found out they gave some untruths. So do your own Wikipedia and enjoy your self guided tour. We are appreciative for the tour but just a tip for you.

  • 21-Nov-2019

    I've done Viator tours when I traveled to Rome and Florence. They have excellent tour guides and good price value. It would have been more expensive if I booked with Sun Wings rep, they charged us a commission. The bus pick up at the hotel was on time and the bus was clean with a/c. The tour guides were courteous and funny. Tulum is an amazing archeological site, the Cenote swim was relaxing and cool after a hot day, I'm glad I climbed Coba, it was high/steep but I'm glad I did it. The tour pickup was at 7am and they drove us back at the hotel at 6pm, so it was a long day but worth it.

    I recommend booking with Viator, they have excellent relationships with 3rd party tours.

  • 09-Sep-2019

    The tour was great, unfortunately in the middle of the Cobá visit we were hit by a tropical storm that cut our visit short. We will have to return and do it again.

  • 04-Sep-2019

    This trip was just great. We booked it in advance before we left to Mexico. 1 day before our excursion was planned, we received a confirmation for our pick up at the hotel. First we went to some other hotels to pick up some other people, after that we went to a central location to gather. Our guides were Tania, Pedro and a third person which name we forgot, sorry... First we went to Tulum and were divided in 2 groupes, English and Spanish. Our guide had his roots in the Mayan culture so it was very interesting for the group to get in touch with even the "unknown things". Tulum was hot, VERY hot. Tip, take an umbrella with you because there is not much shadow on the site. After that we went back by bus to the sharing point where the cenote La Gloria was located. In one word, fanatastic, what a relief to jump in this chrystal clear cold water after the hot and sweaty Tulum experience. We got lunch which was buffet and good, drinks were not included in the price. After lunch we went to Coba by bus. A beautiful Maya site in the middle of the jungle. Our guide now was Tania. Tip: rent a bike to visit the Nohoch Mul Pyramid because the distance is quite far to go by foot. To rent a bike it cost you only 50 pesos plus it is big fun to ride a bike in the middle of the jungle.
    Thanks to our guides we had a fantastic and unforgettable day. A must do...!!!

  • 02-Aug-2019

    Although the actual activity started late, it was still very productive and able to check out all the attractions. Would recommend!

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