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4x1 Tulum, Coba, Playa del Carmen & Cenote from Cancún

5 / 5 Stars (21 Reviews)
Cancun
All ages
Safety measures
12h
Mobile ticket
Offered in: English & Spanish
+100 reviews attest that this tour is fantastic

Full-Day Tour 4x1

  • Round trip transportation service
  • Certified guide throughout the tour
  • Access to the archaeological site of Tulum
  • Tour to the ruins of Coba
  • Access to Kuxtal (Underground Cenote)
  • Visit to the fifth avenue of Playa del Carmen
  • Complete lunch
  • Bottled water during the trip

$100.00 USD

$70.00 USD

1 Adult(s) x $ 70.00 USD

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For those culture lovers and those who are looking to discover more about history and archaeology, we have prepared a tour that will take you to visit two of the most important archaeological sites in the southeastern part of this wonderful country.

Tulum and Coba, are both Mayan cities that hide great secrets and our guides will help you explore and discover all that these ancient walls can teach us.

Tulum archeological site

From the moment we enter the area, we can see a large crowd of people, a plaza full of handicrafts and handmade souvenirs, blankets, art, paintings, performances, and shows. A place is full of life and activity, a train that takes us to the gates of the archaeological site (not included).

Among the trees wild animals, small monkeys, and multiple birds can be observed,

The archaeological zone of Tulum can be toured in an hour and a half, and information panels in Spanish and English are placed in front of each building.

The ruins of Tulum are one of the best preserved on the Peninsula. Most of the buildings date from the post-classic period of the Mayan civilization, around the years 1200 to 1450, the engravings and paintings that have been found explain that it was a place of worship and veneration of a supposed "Descending God".

Between the Castle and the Temple of the Wind, a small beach has been formed, it is assumed that it was the port where commercial vessels arrived. Today, this beach is closed because it has been transformed into a nesting area for loggerheads and white turtles.

Every year, between the months of June and September, these two species of sea turtles come to this cove to lay their eggs.

Coba Archaeological Site

Coba is the archaeological site with the highest temple in the Yucatan Peninsula and has the oldest network of stone walkways in the Mayan world.

It also contains stone stelae with inscriptions about important events of this ancient city.

It is believed that the name "Coba" is the original name of this city, which means "choppy water", due to its proximity to lagoons. with seven structures in the area, the Temple of Nohoch Mul represents the tallest pyramid in the whole area.

Kuxtal Cenote

It is an ecotourism location with a cenote and lodging for nature-loving tourists. Where you can refresh yourself in its crystal clear waters and have a connection with nature and away from all the noise of the cities.

Playa del Carmen

Finally end the tour by walking along the Quinta Avenida of Playa del Carmen, the main street of this city of Quintana Roo. Here you can find traditional handicraft shops, as well as restaurants with typical food while you enjoy the view of the sea and the beach.

What's Included?

  • Certified guide.
  • Visit the Mayan community and swim in a cenote.
  • Round trip transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Acces to the ruins
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off from Cancun and Riviera Maya (for Playa del Carmen and Tulum we provide meeting points).
  • Tips.
  • BEVERAGES
  • Ruins tax 7 USD per person

Important information

  • Schedule: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm.
  • Pick-up starts 60 minutes before departure.
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
  • The pickup time will be between 7:00 am - 8:00 am (depending on your location).You will get exact details via email, once you make the reservation.
  • Availability: All Days

What to bring?

  • Biodegradable sunscreen.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Towel.
  • Camera.
  • Cash.
  • Comfortable clothes.
  • Beachwear.
  • Soft shoes.

Recommendations

  • Please be ready and waiting in your hotel lobby or meeting point 10 minutes prior to your scheduled pickup time.

Precautions

  • Not recommended for wheelchair users.

Highlights

  • Learn about Mayan history, archaeology, and culture.
  • Visit a Mayan community and enjoy a traditional lunch.
  • Swim in clear waters of the refreshing cenotes.
  • Explore the ancient Mayan cities of Tulum and Coba.

Cancellation Policy

If your plans change, you can update the dates at no cost.

  • Warranty against bad weather: 1 year warranty against bad weather.
  • Any changes made less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time will not be accepted.
  • Cut-off times are based on the experience’s local time.
  • No refund for cancellation

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5.0 One of the best experiences

Nittaya, Jul 2024

Always attentive to everything, from the moment of making the reservation to the entrance to the facilities of the activity, I highly recommend them.

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