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Coba, Tulum, Cenote and Mayan Village Tour

11-12 hours
shared tour

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Traveler:
Price per person:
Adult (12-99 y/o)
129 USD
Child (4-11 y/o)
89 USD
Infante (0-3 y/o)
0 USD/ for free
Now watching this tour: 4 people

Learn about Mayan history, see the ancient lighthouse, climb the tallest pyramid on Peninsula, swim in a crystal clear cenote and try freshly made by local people freshly-made lunch.

During this tour you will be visiting Coba, an ancient city lost in rainforest, where the tallest pyramid on peninsula (42 m) is placed, which you will climb and contemplate a spectacular view from the top of it. In Coba you will also take a ride on pedicabs conducted by native mayan people (if you want you can ride a bike), find lost temples and pyramids, will learn the truly significance of the famous date 21.12.2012 several centuries ago graven on one of the columns. 

After Coba you will visit a picturesque city of Tulum, placed on the edge of the rock, see the temple of murals, ancient lighthouse, the high class house, take some pictures by the majestic ruins and  Caribbean sea and visit a small mayan village. Traditionally mayan people still leaves near the source of freshwater, that is why you will take a swim in a cenote (forest underground lake), see who do modern mayan people leave and taste a lunch prepared on traditional mayan recipes. 

  • transport by air-conditioned vehicle
  • professional certificated guide services
  • 1 bottled water
  • lunch (regional buffet)
  • hotel pickup and drop-off*
  • beverages during the lunch
  • tips (optional)
  • towels
  • bathing suites
  • sunscreen
  • hats because of the sun
  • cash for the souvenirs (optional)
  • wear comfortable walking shoes or sneakers, flip flops are not recommended
  • don’t bring tripod for your camera, as it is not allowed to get these inside the Mayan Ruins

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The guide was informative, professional, attentive and I just can’t say enough to let you know what a great day we had. Smartest thing I ever did finding this company. Absolutely positive all around.
Rebecca
The guide was extremely nice and he was very informed and was happy to answer any questions we had. He led us through various activities at Chichén Itzá and throughout the day to keep us entertained. Would highly recommend this tour and also very welcoming for children as well.
Alexander
Excellent all around!! Galo was our tour guide and he was incredible! Bus was large and had plenty of space for any souvenirs purchased and bags. All of the stops up to and including the Chichen-Itza was amazing and well worth it. Incredible experience! Highly recommend
Barbara & Andrea
An absolute must, the tour was awsome, the guide explanation were great, the purification ceremony a wonderful experience and the temazcal top ! Swimming at night in the cenote is amazing.
Peter
We loved this tour. This is not the typical “go to a restaurant and try different things”, it’s a cultural experience. Very educational and everything that we had was delicious. Our guide explained how the market worked and why it worked that way. Understanding and immersing yourself into a culture is what traveling is about, and that is what this tour does. If your looking for a taste of “real” Mexican foods and culture, this is it!
Alicia
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