Revele os mistérios da antiga civilização maia com este pacote Cancún supereconômica, uma aventura de dia inteiro para Tulum e Coba, combinando duas das excursões mais vendidas por um preço com desconto. Em sua visita ao sítio arqueológico de Tulum, desvende a história da cidade fortificada pré-colombiana com um guia, e desfrute de um banho revigorante em uma dolina subterrânea. Saboreie especialidades da Península de Iucatã em um buffet de almoço e, em seguida, adentre a floresta tropical para explorar a vila maia de Coba em ruínas, que já foi um vibrante centro de comércio.
Tulum tem o fato especial de ser na praia que é linda mesmo, pena que não temos tempo livre para aproveitar. Depois partimos para o almoço em um rancho bem simples mas com comida caseira bem satisfatória e no local tem o 'Cenote' para mergulhar com vestiário e banheiros, também bem simples mas que são suficientes. Em Cobá sugiro alugar o transporte de bicicleta para te levar até a 'pirâmide', ganha tempo e poupa esforço físico que você vai precisar se quiser subir os 47m. fique atento ao horário de saída do onibus para não ser deixado para trás. 'At last but not least' - nossos guias: Carlos Moo e Gherard foram excelentes em suas explicações e comentários.
Passeio muito longo. Recomendo o passeio sim, só acho que nosso guia falou pouco da cultura maia. Foi muito objetivo. No dia seguinte fomos a chichen itza, com outra agencia, também demorou muito, mas o guia explicou muito mais.
Acho que o passeio poderia ser mais rápido.
Super Saver This is the most ironic thing I have ever read in my life. If you want to have a day where you are extremely overcharged for what is a terrible day out then go for it. To start our day off we were told to be ready for pick up at 7:20 AM, gets to 8AM no sign of the bus and then after ringing the company 4 times we kept being told its 5 minutes away. Eventually they then told us to walk all the way to another hotel to be picked up so the day already was not off to a good start. Now my first issue begun, the tour we had been booked on had around 60-70 people on which is not what I had thought I was paying for and from reviews and the extortionate price we had expected small group sizes. The first drop off is Tulum which was a lovely small ruin however the entry fee is 70 pesos around 5, if you actually add up the cost of all the places visited it comes to 140 pesos for entry fees per person around 10. Granted lunch is included however it was a buffet lunch in a dirty flooded restaurant right next to the Coba ruins and the food itself was incredibly below average. The tour is nowhere near the 75 per person we were made to pay and I would have been reluctant to even pay 30.
Alexis, a native Mayan of the Yucatan Peninsula, is so well-educated and makes this tour so much fun! Our van had 12 people, a nice small group and each site Coba, the Cenote swim and lunch, and Tulum was different, each with it's own appeal and each with it's own history. It's a pretty long day...about 11 hours...but well worth it for anyone interested in history and culture. Don't miss it!
Great Tour. Driving was a little scary but I think that might be how it is in Mexico. The Coba ruins was amazing and we were able to climb to the top. Lunch was tasty and the cenote was beautiful to see. We did not get in the water however. Great tour guide !!
Mauricio and Tito were great! Tulum is super packed but the views are nice. The tour guide was Mauricio and he was very nice and informative. Tito was a great driver. COBA WAS AMAZING!!! I loved being able to climb up the ruins.