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Visit two of Mexico’s most famous archaeological sites with an archaeology-certified guide and swim in a gorgeous cenote on this full-day tour from Playa del Carmen. In Coba, learn about the ancient Maya city and ascend the tallest pyramid in Mexico. Admire the views from Tulum, perched on top of a bluff overlooking the glittering Caribbean. Enjoy a refreshing swim at the underground natural pool of Tankach-Ha cenote. A buffet lunch and hotel transport are included.

Highlights

  • Full-day tour of Coba, Tulum and Tankach-Ha from Playa del Carmen
  • Tour the ancient Maya ruins of Coba and Tulum with an archaeology-certified guide
  • Jump into the clear waters of Tankach-Ha, an underground cenote
  • Fuel up with a delicious buffet lunch near Coba pyramid
  • Enjoy a trici-taxi ride (pedal cab) from Coba pyramid
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included

What You Can Expect

Coba Ruins, Tulum and Cenote Tankach-Ha from Playa del Carmen

Tulum and its beach access

Customer Reviews

Andrew M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

Awesome experience. Nice comfortable air conditioned bus. Make sure to bring extra sunblock and water, there will also be plenty of opportunities to purchase drinks. This is a very long excursion 11 hours and lots of walking. Worth every minute of it! Miguel, our tour guide gave us an awesome trip!

Leslie W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

Wow, what an experience. It was a wonderful day full of so much adventure and information. Miguel was our guide and he was simply amazing. He truly has such passion for this. His enthusiasm was wonderful and made the day more special. Coba was amazing. The cenote was a wonderful refreshing swim on a very hot day. The Mayan lunch was authentic and quite special. The end of the day we went to tulum, it was quite hot by then, but the ocean breeze helped. I would definitely go on another tour with Miguel as our guide.

Jennifer J

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

This was one of the best trips of our vacation. Our guide, Ana Lilia, was friendly and eager to share her knowledge of the ancient Mayan culture. Coba has fantastic views of the coast and you can take the staircase down to the beach. The lunch buffet offered some local selections which were pretty tasty, but I cannot remember the names the beans with tomato was awesome!. Tulum has a shaded path for the most part, but those who are so inclined can take a Mayan Taxi powered by a bicyclist to the pyramid. Cenote Tankach-Ha was alright, however, there are more spectacular ones in the region if you're willing to explore. Transportation was on a large, comfortable bus that made it easy to grab a snooze on the way back to the resort. Definitely recommend this adventure if you are in Playa del Carmen.

Elizabeth G

4 star rating: Recommended September 2016

This excursion was amazing! It didnt begin that way. Our charter bus picked us up rather early 7:15a.m. and then we picked up so many people for the next 2.5 hours. After all that craziness the fun began. Coba was amazing and our tour guide was very knowledgeable. The place is unbelievable. . I did feel a little rushed while in the ruins however that was expected since we had three places to visit plus lunch. We then went to a wonderful Cenote. It was beautiful and refreshing! What a dream! I could have spent hours there! That was followed up by lunch nearby. The food was so good! We enjoyed every bit of it. We then went to Tulum. I just love Tulum. I have been there many times. We got a mini tour and a little bit of time to explore on our own. Some recommendations that we have are as follows
1.        The tour companys charter buses should plan out the pick-ups so that time is not wasted.
2.        Take breakfast, drinks and snacks with you. They were not included in the tour.
3.        Take wet wipes as it is extremely hot and its nice to clean up
4.        Take a small dry towel to dry off
5.        Take your walking shoes as you will walk for quite a while
6.        I ask that if anyone visits the ruins that they need to respect them as well as the employees. In addition keep the Mexican National parks clean.

Andrea F

3 star rating: Worth doing May 2016

Tour group was a little large. It was easy to lose the tour guide.

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