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Join a local guide for a glimpse of the Maya. This National Geographic-style tour includes the ancient city of Coba, a swim in a cenote and a visit to the beautiful walled Maya temples of Tulum. Deep in the jungle, nestled on the shores of four lakes, Coba is home to the tallest pyramid in the northern Yucatan. Visitors enjoy a fascinating guided tour of the archaeological site and may be lucky enough to spot colorful forest birds and huge blue morph butterflies. Approximate time: 2 hours.

Next stop is one of the Riviera Maya's cenotes or sinkholes hidden in a cave. Cool off in the crystal-clear waters and admire the impressive stalactites and stalagmites. Approximate time: 45 minutes. Lunch is a delicious combination of regional dishes. Local arts and crafts may be purchased after lunch in nearby stores. Approximate time: 1 hour.

The last part of this incredible journey is the visit to one of the Maya World’s most beautiful ancient cities, Tulum, a cliff top citadel with breathtaking views of the Caribbean, miles of white sand along the Quintana Roo coast and the dense jungle inland.

  • Air-conditioned transportation 
  • Tour guide 
  • Coba Archaeological Site Admission fee and guided
    tour
  • Cenote Admission and swimming time 
  • Tulum Archaeological Site Admission fee and guided
    tour
  • DOES NOT INCLUDE: 
  • Video camera fee at the archaeological sites
    ($45.00 pesos - each)
  • Alcoholic beverages in the restaurant
  • Personal expenses, Optional Activities, tips 
Bring your swim suit, towel, comfortable light colored clothes, an extra t-shirt, walking shoes, environmentally friendly sun block, hat, sunglasses, insect repellent, money for souvenirs, camera or video camera. There is an additional $45 peso fee at the entrance to the archaeological site for video cameras.
Departures every Wednesday or Sunday from the Resort Lobby, at 8 a.m., return around 7 p.m.

Coba, Tulum & Cenotes

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Join a local guide for a glimpse of the Maya. This National Geographic-style tour includes the ancient city of Coba, a swim in a cenote and a visit to the beautiful walled Maya temples of Tulum. Deep in the jungle, nestled on the shores of four lakes, Coba is home to the tallest pyramid in the northern Yucatan. Visitors enjoy a fascinating guided tour of the archaeological site and may be lucky enough to spot colorful forest birds and huge blue morph butterflies. Approximate time: 2 hours.

Next stop is one of the Riviera Maya's cenotes or sinkholes hidden in a cave. Cool off in the crystal-clear waters and admire the impressive stalactites and stalagmites. Approximate time: 45 minutes. Lunch is a delicious combination of regional dishes. Local arts and crafts may be purchased after lunch in nearby stores. Approximate time: 1 hour.

The last part of this incredible journey is the visit to one of the Maya World’s most beautiful ancient cities, Tulum, a cliff top citadel with breathtaking views of the Caribbean, miles of white sand along the Quintana Roo coast and the dense jungle inland.

  • Air-conditioned transportation 
  • Tour guide 
  • Coba Archaeological Site Admission fee and guided
    tour
  • Cenote Admission and swimming time 
  • Tulum Archaeological Site Admission fee and guided
    tour
  • DOES NOT INCLUDE: 
  • Video camera fee at the archaeological sites
    ($45.00 pesos - each)
  • Alcoholic beverages in the restaurant
  • Personal expenses, Optional Activities, tips 

Bring your swim suit, towel, comfortable light colored clothes, an extra t-shirt, walking shoes, environmentally friendly sun block, hat, sunglasses, insect repellent, money for souvenirs, camera or video camera. There is an additional $45 peso fee at the entrance to the archaeological site for video cameras.

Departures every Wednesday or Sunday from the Resort Lobby, at 8 a.m., return around 7 p.m.

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