Visit of Maya Ruins Coba and swimming at Grand Cenote
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.
Gran Cenote (Sak Aktun = white cave)
Grand Cenote is part of the Sak Aktun ("white cave" in Mayan) system of underground rivers whose current flows from deep inside the Yucatan peninsula. Grand Cenote is a large beautiful garden cenote with white sand beach type areas along with easily accessible caves for snorkeling.
- pick up at Ferry pier
- visit of Maya ruins Coba
- swimming and/or snorkeling at Grand Cenote
- back to Ferry pier
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port
End Point Options: Cruise Ship Port
Duration: 6 hours
You should calculate another 1.5 hours to get from the cruise ship to Playa del Carmen and back.
modern A/C 2013 Toyota Van
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
- Admission Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
No cash is needed for this tour
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks