Maya Ruins and Swimming
Tulum (Maya: Too Loom - Walled City)
Tulum was a walled city, protected on one side by steep cliffs facing the sea and on the other by a wall of about 12 feet in height. Tulum served as a trading port. The ancient Maya name was ZAMA=City of Dawn or City of the Morning Star.
Coba (Maya: Cob Ha - muddy water)
The Maya name was Cob Ha and means muddy water, named after the muddy lagoons close to the site. Coba is the largest and oldest Mayan Ruin site in the Yucatan, with an estimated 6, 500 structures dating back to 200 B. C. Coba has the highest pyramid in Yucatan, at nearly 140 feet ( 42 m ) high, with 120 steps to the top, giving you a fantastic view over the jungle.
Enjoy a delicious lunch Maya style in a beautiful restaurant with an amazing view over the lagoon of Coba. At the buffet you can choose from the salad bar, fish and between Maya specialties like Cochinita Pibil or Pollo Pibil, 1 soda is included.
Go Swimming at Grand Cenote
I can customize this tour as shore excursion
06:00 am pick up
08:00 am visit of Maya ruins Tulum
09:30 am leaving for Coba
10:30 am visit of Maya ruins Coba
12:30 pm lunch
01:30 pm leaving for Grand Cenote
02:00 pm swimming at Grand Cenote
03:30 pm leaving for your hotel
05:30 pm back at your hotel
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: at or on front of your hotel
End location: back to your hotel
Duration: 8 hours
A/C 2013 Toyota Van
transportation in A/C SUV or VAN, water, entrance fees, expert guides, lunch with 1 soda, locker
- use of video camera at Tulum (optional) (40,- Pesos)
- tricycle rental at Coba (optional)
- snorkeling mask at cenote (optional) 80,- Peso
- live west at cenote (optional) 50,- Pesos
Groups with less than 2 persons and up to 12 persons are possible, please contact me for a price by clicking on the 'ASK A QUESTION' button listed on both my profile and published tour pages.