Pack in three important archeological sites of the Yucatán Peninsula on this private day trip from Tulum. See the Muyil ruins of Sian Ka'an, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Then get a personalized tour of ancient Tulum on the Caribbean coast and climb Nohoch Muul at Coba. This full-day itinerary with a professional guide includes a buffet lunch and round-trip hotel transport.
Start your day trip with hotel pickup in the morning from Tulum. You’ll travel in the comfort of a private vehicle to the UNESCO-listed Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve. On the mainland side of a lagoon sits the archaeological site of Muyil.
Learn about the subterranean chambers that have been discovered and hear how the Maya site once served as a significant religious and cultural center. Then continue on to the restored ruins of Tulum, where iconic structures like El Castillo (The Castle) perch on a cliff above the Caribbean Sea.
After a buffet lunch, you’re taken to Coba for a personal tour of the former urban center surrounded by rainforest, lakes and cenotes. Search the trees for colorful birds and climb up Nohuch Mul, noted as the tallest pyramid on the Yucatán Peninsula.
You’re rewarded with breathtaking views at the top before return transport to your hotel.