Tulum, Coba And Cenote Tour From Riviera Maya - Playa Del Carmen

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Duration: 7 Hrs
  • Language:
  • Departure Time :
    7:00 AM Hotel pickups commence prior to this time
  • 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.

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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


Professional guide

Hotel pickup and drop-off


Box lunch (Just with plus option)

Drinks on board (Just with plus option)

2 drinks at the restaurant (Just with plus option)

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

Not wheelchair accessible

Children must be accompanied by an adult

May be operated by a multi-lingual guide

Most travelers can participate

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 25 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

Traveler Reviews

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  • 07-Nov-2022

    Empezamos mal, porque nuestro agente nos había vendido “Tulum, Coba y Playa Paraiso”, sabiendo que queríamos ir precisamente a Playa Paraiso. Nos recogen a las 07:05, nos llevan a la Quinta Avenida para cerrar el tour, y nos enteramos que hace tiempo que no van a Playa Paraiso, que el nuestro es el del Cenote. Decimos que no, ellos que si, intentamos ponernos en contacto con el agente, no lo arregla, que si en la playa hay sargazos (algas), y tenemos que hacer esto que no habíamos contratado. Si o Si. Por suerte el grupo era pequeño, unas quince personas en un minibus, bien. El tiempo acompañó, Tulum y Coba son zonas arqueológicas acogedoras y de pequeño tamaño, (comparadas con otras), la guía, Selena, muy correcta y profesional, y cada vez que bajábamos del minibus, nos daban un botellín de agua. Y el Cenote, que no entraba en nuestros planes, por suerte, muy intimo y agradable, tan sólo estábamos tres personas en él. Éste tour si lo recomiendo, es importante que sea un grupo reducido. Se disfruta mucho más. Sabiendo lo que has contratado. Claro!!

  • 25-Aug-2022

    My family (party of 5) did this tour with MUNDO, he did an amazing job guiding us and explaining everything in details. He also advised us on pros and cons example ask price before taking pictures with street performers and local spots to shop.

  • 31-Mar-2022

    Awful experience. Picked up at hotel at 7am, dropped in Playa Del Carmen just after 7am, given a wristband and told the bus would be about 15 minutes, no more communication until the bus turned up just before 9am. Went to Tulum, given a bottle of water and then rushed round the site, the guide did not take the group to the front where you get the best views over the cliff as it was busy - the whole site is busy! Then went to Mayil as Coba is closed, again, led round at high-speed then of to the cenote. It was now 2pm and no food or drink stop. The coach driver and guide took me to a roadside shop - I was very angry by this point - to buy drinks and snacks and we then finally went for a buffet at 3pm and then driven back to the hotel. A complete lack of communication at 7am, tell people they will be waiting for nearly 2 hours so they can get food and drink and cut-out all the forced stopping at shops with more time at monuments, that is what we pay for, not over-priced shopping. I have been with this company in the past and it was a really good day out so assume this was just one of those days where it went wrong, but, there are much better tour operators in the area that I would use in the future.

  • 26-Mar-2022

    Had a great experience our tour guide Selene and driver were spot on . Selene was very knowledgeable about the area culture. Tulum was very beautiful as was the swim in the cenote. Meeting the locals was great and so was lunch. Very good company to use.

  • 16-Mar-2022

    Reservamos la excursión y tardaron 45' en llegar desde la hora de llegada. Cambian el transporte y al guía durante la excursión según les interesa pues entremezclan distintas excursiones. No solamente nos lo hicieron a nosotros sino que es prectica común. Es la primera empresa de tour que nos hace esto. Debido a que llegaron tarde el resto del día tuvimos que estar corriendo para llegar a los otros puntos de intercambio. NO LO RECOMIENDO PARA NADIE.

  • 08-Mar-2022

    Great tour! Celene, our tour guide, was wonderful and informative. I would recommend this tour. The only thing is the tour included a lot of driving which was long and tedious.

  • 08-Mar-2022

    On vous dit qu'on vient vous chercher à votre hôtel, ce qui est faux. Ils se gardent bien de vous dire que le site qui vous intéresse le plus est fermé, ce qu'ils savaient pertinemment mais une fois que vous êtes partis..... Le guide, censé en former un autre ne savait rien! L'apprenti est venu l'excuser et me dire que je savais mieux que son mentor! Heureusement les cénotes nous ont rafraîchi les idées.. Bref si vous prenez ce tour, renseignez vous bien avant de partir, d'autant que nous avons fait autant d'attente dans des boutiques de souvenirs que de visite.

  • 22-Feb-2022

    The morning pick up, getting your wristbands and getting on your coach is very disorganised and long winded. It took 2 hours before we even left Playa del Carmen. There are lots of sales pitches to try and squeeze as much money as possible from you and the prices are ridiculous for these things, especially at the glass factory and chocolate tour. The glass was cheaper to buy in the shops in town than at the actual factory, Exactly the same with the chocolate tour. Which was all fake plastic props, $14 for 1 bar of chocolate, the exact same bars were at the airport for $5. The buffet food was cold and the drinks expensive. When we got there we found that there were no tables free. Once a table became free the group my partner and I were in were all sat down and we were both forgotten about and had to find our own place to sit elsewhere. What I also found disappointing was the lack of time you get at each place. We had 30mins at Tulum. It wasn't enough time. And it was the same at Coba, we had to rush around and run at parts rather than enjoy it. This was our second tour with them in the space of a few days and we were completely let down and feel that we didn't get what we paid for in either trip. My advise is to avoid them completely.

  • 17-Feb-2022

    Visiting the Mayan ruins... Coba was closed. However, our tour added Muyil in its place. When we arrived, there were no other tours there, making the experience even more special. Even though Coba, the ruin, was not available for viewing, we had lunch in the town of Coba, bringing much needed tourist money to the community - which, I felt, was much appreciated. The tour guide was excellent. And we were on a small van, not a big bus tour! I highly recommend this tour.

  • 21-Sep-2021

    Overall, we had a great experience and would recommend Cancun Bay Tours for the Tulum, Coba, Cenote tour. I would also feel very comfortable going on another tour with this company. I’ll list a few key aspects of the tour, then more details of the locations following. Booking online was simple, and the company quickly emailed me to confirm the location and pick up time at our hotel lobby. We traveled comfortably in an air conditioned van with our guides and a small group 12 people. The tour stayed on schedule. We we were always given the option to kept our bags safe in the van while visiting the sites. We were offered cold water bottles through out the day. They gave regular bathroom opportunities. All the staff were professional, courteous, and respectful. Our guide spoke English well, and gave great information about the sites we visited throughout the day. Our day started with pick up at 7:20 in our hotel lobby near Playa del Carmen. We then were transported to a large souvenir shop on 5th Ave in Playa del Carmen, which seems to be the companies center of operations. We payed the $6 per person fee for entrance to Coba, which was explained ahead of time as an extra fee. We had the opportunity to buy drinks, sunscreen, souvenirs, etc, prior to heading off on the tour. We were organized in our tour group of 12 people for the day. Then loaded onto the air conditioned van to head towards Tulum. Drive was about 45 min as our tour guides introduced themselves and explained our itinerary for the day. Our day began with the tour of Tulum. It was a beautiful site, with ruins overlooking the picturesque beach and water below. Due to Covid restrictions you are not currently allowed to go down to the beach. We we took pictures and enjoyed the views from the cliffs above. It was sunny, hot, humid, and without the ocean breeze we would have been sweating even more. We walked quite a bit over the entire site. Our tour guide gave a detailed explanation of the land, Mayan culture, and history of the area. We were then given about 20 minutes to explore on our own before meeting back up with the group. Next was the trip to Coba, about a 45 min drive from Tulum. The main temple building at Coba is approximately 1 mile, each way, from the entrance. It is covered with shade and so not too hot. You have 3 options: walking which is free, paying $4 per person to ride a bike, or paying $8 for a ride by a local on bike taxi. We chose the bike taxi to ride to the main temple, then decided to walk back to the entrance. We were given 1 hour total to explore at Coba. Due to Covid you are not currently allowed to climb the tallest building here. I could have enjoyed more time at Coba, as we were able to see just a small portion of the overall archaeological site. Coba was fantastic area with much to explore. Following Coba was the lunch buffet, which was very simple. It had seasoned chicken and beef, fresh fruit, spaghetti, rice and beans, chips, and tortillas. Drinks do cost extra ($4 coke), which was explained ahead of time. Lunch was nothing special but hit the spot when hungry after visiting touring until 1:30pm. Then off to the Casa tortuga tulum cenote. This was a great way to cool off in cold refreshing water the after touring Coba and Tulum. There was a simple place the change clothes into bathing suits and use the restroom. The Cenote was open to the jungle, instead of a deep cavern. It had beautiful clear and crisp water with platforms or stairs used to jump in. They offered life jackets for rental, no one in our group chose to get one. However it would have made floating in the water more relaxing, versus swimming or treading water the entire time. We stayed at the cenote for 1 hour and enjoyed our time. Our last stop on the way back home was to taste local cocoa and buy local chocolate. Which ultimately is a big store to buy souvenirs at the end of the day before being dropped off at the lobby our hotel. The van then drive to the various hotels to drop of our fellow passengers from the tour. Our trip was 11 hours, 7:30am-6:30pm, as advertised.

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