Tracing the mysteries of the Mayan culture: temples, pyramids and cenotes!
Coba is one of those places that you can not miss if you visit mexico, surrounded by lagoons, a magical jungle, surprising constructions and you will have the opportunity to climb the highest Mayan pyramid of Quintana Roo "Nohoch mul" at the top, one of the best views of the Mexican jungle awaits you.
We will also visit the impressive ball game building where one of the most impressive traditions of this culture that is speficic to Mesoamerica was played. The options to explore all of this include a fun ride on bicycles or by mayan taxis.
To Finish the day we will swim in a refreshing cenote in an authentic mayan comunity where you can have a lot of fun jumping into the water.
A local shaman will share his culture and heritage with an authentic mayan ceremony and you will enjoy traditional local mayan food cooked by a mayan family in their house. They will also share with us their beautiful project to preserve nature taking care of animals in danger.
2-Drive to Coba (from 1h30m to 2hrs)
4-Climb up Nohoch mul Pyramid and Free time
5-Drive to the Mayan Village (25min)
6-Tour in Mayan Village (Cenote and mayan ceremony)
7-Lunch with mayan family
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will meet you at your hotel.
End location: Back to your hotel
Duration: 8 hours 30 min.
Modern Mercedes Benz van sprinter 2018, A/C, 15 Passengers max.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
85 pesos - $45 pesos in case of using video camera (permission to film inside archaelogical sites).
$40 pesos per person for extra beverages during the meal.
My vehicle can fit up to 15 passengers comfortably - please inquire for larger groups
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Our family (grandmother, adults, kids ages 11-12) of 9 had a phenomenal time! It rained a lot the week before our tour, but Diego adapted the schedule and took us to another cenote to swim in. It was amazing! Also, his knowledge of Mayan history and interesting facts kept everyone (even the kids) engaged at the ruins. Would highly recommend Diego for anyone interested in these tours!