Discovering the mysteries of two of the most astonishing Mayan cities!
You will have the opportunity to visit two of Mexico's most popular archeological sites in one day!
Come to be surprised by this walled city of Tulum, which was built looking towards the sunrise, above a cliff next to the beautiful Caribbean sea. Its paintings, style of construction and the fact of being able to swim next to a Mayan city, makes Tulum a unique place in the world.
After Tulum we will visit Coba another archeological zone, 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. The options to explore all of this include a fun ride on bicycles or by mayan taxis.
Later we will visit a Mayan community that lives in a sustainable way without technology in the jungle, there we can be part of a traditional Mayan ceremony, we will swim in a refreshing cenote and the Mayan families will share their lifestyle and traditions.
-Drive to Tulum (from 45m to 1h30m) driving time depends where your hotel is
-Guided tour in Tulum
-Drive to Coba (45m)
-Guided tour in Coba
-Climb up Nohoch mul Pyramid and Free time
-Drive to the Mayan Village (25min)
-Maya ceremony and Cenote
-Local Lunch made by Mayan Family
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Hotel, Address or Intersection
End Point Options: Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 10 hours
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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Diego gave us a wonderfully authentic and historically rich view into Mayan culture. We enjoyed all aspects of the tour, but especially getting to meet with Mayan communities to more deeply understand their way of life. Diego was knowledgeable and hospitable — we really enjoyed our time together!