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Tulum-Coba – Cenote from Playa del Carmen

Quick Details

  • On instructions from our Authorities, at the moment it is not allowed to climb the “Nohoch” temple until further notice.
  • The Ejidal Tax is paid at the time of boarding the tour.
Adult ages 11+
Little boy From 4 to 11 years
Infant Ages 3 and under

Discover the Mayan world with us

The ruins of TULUM were an essential part for the Mayans Tulum from Playa del Carmen and the Riviera Maya is excellent for travelers who want to have more activities on the same day, we take you to know the only Archaeological Zone located in front of the Caribbean Sea, Tulum better known by its Wall, we will have the opportunity to walk on the Ancient Paths just as the Mayan Priests did.

We will visit El Castillo and the Temple of the Frescoes, buildings that stand out for their good conservation and the high quality of the mural paintings that are still preserved inside both. In the surroundings, in a protected area, there was an enormous number of houses built of wood and palm, of which small evidence is preserved today. Adventure is in Tulum!

The cenotes are a very important feature. 5 million years ago the Yucatan peninsula begins to emerge from the bottom of the sea, and when the limestone rock emerges from the bottom of the sea it is exposed to different meteorological phenomena. Due to this large underground water systems were made.

Cobá “water stirred by the wind” considered one of the largest Mayan cities of the Classic Period, in this wonderful experience you will be immersed in a dense jungle and you will be able to visit a Mayan Village and one of the most beautiful beaches in our region.

Adventure is Here!

It includes

  • Round-trip TRANSPORTATION from the hotel lobby or meeting point.
  • Guide.
  • ENTRANCE to TULUM Archaeological zone.
  • Entrance to the Archaeological zone of COBÁ.
  • Entrance to CENOTE (Time to swim)
  • VISIT to Playa del Carmen.
  • BUFFET MEAL (Does not include drinks).

Does not include

  • Ejidal tax in Coba of $5 USD per adult and minor person.
  • Photography and video.
  • Bicycles and Tricitaxi
  • snorkel equipment
  • Tips.
  • Drinks during the meal.

What to bring to the tour

  • Swimwear
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Change of clothes
  • Sunscreen and biodegradable repellent.
  • Cash for purchases, tips.