Coba Mayan Encounter (2 reviews)

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  • Roundtrip-transportation
  • Zipline through the jungle
  • Enjoy delicious Mayan lunch
  • Climb highest pyramid in the area
  • Rappel into a stunning cenote
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About Coba Mayan Encounter

You will remember this day for the rest of your life!

Climb to the top of the highest pyramid in the area. Zipline through the jungle. Rappel into a cenote and swim in the crystal clear waters.

A Mayan shaman will perform a blessing ceremony and you can also replenish your energy with a delicious Mayan lunch.

The most exciting day of your vacation!

AMENITIES
  • Professional Guide
  • Roundtrip transportation
  • Light snacks
  • Bathroom & services
  • Equipment provided
  • Lunch
  • Soft drinks
Prices
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  • Child: Not permitted
  • Toddlers: Not permitted
  • Cancellation: Strict
Description

The best of the Riviera Maya in one fantastic day - see the Mayan ruins of Coba before visiting a local Mayan community for some nature activities!

Coba is set in the jungle and is less known than Chichen Itza. 

At its peak, Coba was thought to have had up to 50,000 inhabitants and the total area extending to 80 km².contains several temples, the impressive Nohoch Mul temple the tallest in the Yucatan Peninsula. At 42 meters (138 feet) in height, tourists are still permitted to climb the 120 steps to the top.

The Coba site is quite large and spread out, if you wish to explore with a bicycle, they have bikes and bicycle taxis available for rent. You will have a guided tour and free time to explore.

During the Maya Encounter portion of the day, you will have the opportunity to rappel into a cenote. There are also two zip lines to get your adrenaline pumping. You can canoe through a lagoon, and have a Mayan Shaman bless you in a ceremony. 

Read our blog for our Coba review

BRING EXTRA MONEY FOR:

- Souvenirs

- Tips for your guide

- Bicycle rental at Coba

This tour runs 7 days per week and small groups of 12 to guarantee personalized service.

Pick up is between 6:30 am - 7:30 am and you will return to your hotel around 5 pm - 6 pm.

 

Hints and Tips
Things you need:
  • Comfortable walking shoes (no flip-flops), a water bottle, hat, sunglasses, biodegradable sunscreen and bug spray.
  • You may want to wear your swimsuit under your clothes and bring a towel if you decide to take a dip in the cenote.
  • Bring along extra money for souvenirs or to tip your guide.
  • This tour is not recommended if you have heart/ lung/back problems or if you are pregnant. There are restrictions for safety reasons. Zip line use requires a minimum weight of 40kg (88lbs) and a maximum weight of 115kgs (254lbs).
Kids

Aged 6+ There are bicycles available for rent (they have a limited amount of kid’s bikes as well) but no helmets. There is also a bicycle taxi service available at extra cost, where you sit on a bench and the driver brings you to all the main stops to follow your tour guide. Depending on your hotel, Coba could be about 1.5 hours driving distance each way. Kids prices apply for kids aged 6-12.

Accessibility

These tours are not accessible for people with limited mobility.

location

Tulum

  • Address: Carretera Federal Tulum 307, , Coba , Quintana Roo, Mexico, 77793 GET DIRECTIONS

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