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Discover the ruins of Coba, an ancient Mayan city located deep in the jungle, on this day trip from Tulum. Explore this mostly unexcavated site by mountain bike or rickshaw, and if you still have energy, scamper up the 120 steep steps of Nohoch-Mul pyramid for fantastic views from the top. Then, cool off with a swim at a beautiful cenote. Enjoy a delicious lunch of traditional Mexican fare before you’re transported back to Tulum.

Highlights

  • Day trip to Coba, an ancient Mayan city hidden in the jungle
  • Wander the archaeological ruins by mountain bike or rickshaw
  • Climb to the top of Nohoch Mul pyramid and enjoy panoramic views of the Yucatan Peninsula
  • Learn the history and culture of Coba from an informative guide
  • Swim at a tranquil cenote
  • Round-trip transport from Tulum included

What You Can Expect

Customer Reviews

John S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

We had a fantastic time. Ben, our tour guide was knowledgeable, friendly and took tons of pictures of us throughout our journey. I highly recommend this adventure. You will not regret it.

Chandra W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

This was one of the best tours I've ever taken. Our guide, Carlos, was fun and very knowledgeable about both the historic sites and the town. It was like being shown the town by a local. It didn't feel like a tour where you're being hustled from place to place. I feel like I got to experience a bit of the real Tulum. My family would definitely come back and would definitely recommend Carlos to anyone as a great guide. Thanks for a wonderful time.

amanda0718

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

This was a GREAT tour. It allowed us to see the ruins and the cenote both for adequate time and it did not waste an entire day we were done by med-late afternoon and still had time to do dinner and see the town. I would recommend this tour!

Julia B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

So much kindness from this tour group. We were sent an email through viator moving our tour time up, but I did not check my account before we left for Mexico and missed the tour lesson learned: check your accounts before you go. Thankfully we were to stay in Mexico another day before we left, so the SUPER nice lady, Kate, scheduled us for the same tour on the following day. Only one other person was supposed to be on this tour and she didn't come. My friend and I had the tour to ourselves! Alex was our guide and he was awesome! He was chill, fun and informative. I loved that he hired a Mayan tour guide while at the ruins. We rode bicycles between the ruins since they were pretty spread apart. The green landscape along this archeological site was beautiful. We even saw a large spider monkey swinging through the top of the tree canopy. We climbed the large ruin for amazing views at the top! note: don't wear flip-flops. We had our water shoes for the cenote in our bag and wore them to climb Climbing down is a little steep, so we scooted on our butts step-by-step. This made for some funny pictures. The cenote was GORGEOUS. Other people didn't arrive until maybe 30 minutes after we did, so we got to experience it empty for a little while. Alex was amazingly patient with me while I took over 20 minutes to build up the courage to jump off of the 15-foot platform into the water. Once we got our feet wet from the 15-foot platform, we took on the 30-foot platform! So much fun-we felt so accomplished. Alex took great pictures and videos of everything with go-prostarting at the ruins. There is no need to bring your own camera if you don't want to. They send you a dropbox link FOR FREE within the week. Lunch was authentic and delicious. Since lunch was near our hotel, we were kindly dropped off at our hotel instead of getting a cab from the meeting point. MUST DO THIS TOUR.

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