Connect with nature: Monkeys sighting, Canoes, Zip lines and swim in Crystal water Cenote
Free your mind and body connecting yourself with nature in this amazing tour full with adventure!
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 are going to visit a Mayan comunity were the local people will take us to find monkeys into the jungle, and also we will take part of a traditional Mayan Ceremony.
In this beautiful place we are going to feel the adrenaline of doing zip lining over an amazing lagoon were we can enjoy of the canoes as well.
To finish the day I will take you to an Mayan family house where they will cook us a delicious traditional mayan meal.
2-Drive to Coba (from 1h30m to 2hrs)
3- Guided tour in Coba, Climb Nohoch Mul
4-Drive to Monkey sanctuary
5-Maya ceremony - monkey sighting - Canoes - Zipline - Cenote (The order of activities may vary)
6-Meal with Mayan Family
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 10 hours
Modern Mercedes Benz van sprinter 2018, A/C, 15 Passengers max.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
45 Pesos - $45 pesos in case of using video camera (permission to film inside archaelogical sites).
- Personal Expenses
My vehicle can fit up to 15 passengers comfortably - please inquire for larger groups
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A really enjoyable day with Diego. I am not sure how our family of four fitted in a tour of Coba, a nature tour (including Mexican bees and honey!) and fab lunch at a Mayan house (freshly baked tortillas and a great chilli oil), a terrifying six metre jump and swim in a Cenote (with hardly anyone else there), a hike through jungle to see spider and howling monkeys, a canoe across a jungle lake, a zip wire across the lake and a final Mayan blessing ceremony, all in a day!