Coba, Mexico
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clock-o10 hours (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English and 1 more


Journey into the heart of Maya culture with a day trip from Playa del Carmen to Coba. Tucked within the jungle, this ancient Maya city is home to the Yucatan's tallest pyramid. Scale Nohoch Mul for exquisite 360 degree views, then tour the rest of the ruins solo or with a guide (you can even rent a bicycle to explore). Savor a traditional lunch and interact with locals at a modern Maya village. Later,  finish up the day with a relaxing dip in a water-filled cenote, or sinkhole.
  • Day trip from Playa del Carmen to Coba, an ancient Mayan city hidden in the jungle
  • Discover the archeological ruins, carved stone tablets and hieroglyphic texts of Coba
  • Climb to the top of Nohoch Mul pyramid and enjoy panoramic views of the Yucatan Peninsula
  • Learn the history and culture of Coba from a professional guide
  • Meet the inhabitants of a nearby Mayan village and enjoy lunch featuring Yucatecan cuisine
  • Swim at a gorgeous cenote
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off from Playa del Carmen included


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, Mar 2018

It was a pretty good trip. We had 10 people in our booking so it was a smaller group. The only downside was that our guide kept lecturing us about not using products because of the cenote, which I totally get, but we were never told upfront before we came to bring biodegradable products. He would call us out in front of everyone else, and as an adult- not so awesome getting a lecture about something you weren't told about beforehand. I put on lotion that was natural with no chemicals in it on my hands and he called me out in front of everyone even though I washed my hands with soap/water before going in the cenote. He also called out another girl who put on sunscreen at Coba. Sorry, but I'm not going to chance getting burned especially when we can wash off before the cenote. Please advise your guests to bring the biodegradable products sunscreen if we need to. Other than that, it was pretty interesting to learn more about the history and culture of the Maya people.

, Apr 2016

Really interesting at Coba and my guide really knew is history and was happy to take photos for you. The village was interesting to see but not that great and lunch was very average. If you can get a cheaper tour of just Coba would probably pick that instead

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