The adventure begins in one of the most important cities of the Mayan culture, the archaeological site of Tulum, located on a cliff with a breathtaking view of the turquoise Caribbean Sea. Continue to Coba, the archaeological site with the highest temple in the Yucatan Peninsula and the oldest network of stone causeways in the Maya world. It also contains stone stelae with inscriptions about important events of this ancient city.
After visiting the archaeological Mayan zones, enjoy an authentic Mexican Buffet to taste the region’s flavors in a Mayan Village and head to a cenote where you may swim in crystal clear waters to cool off.
Pick-up at your Hotel or meeting point. (The hour depends on the location of your hotel)
Access to Tulum Archaeological Site for a 40-minute guided visit and free time in Tulum Archaeological Site.
Let's continue to the archaeological zone of Coba, better known for its imposing pyramid of Nohoch Mul, 42 meters high (not allowed to climb), and learn about one of the most powerful cultures on the American continent.
Enjoy 45 minutes of free time to tour the trails that contain stone stelae with inscriptions about important events of this ancient city. In there, it is available for rent bicycles or Mayan limousines.
After visiting the archaeological zone of Coba, we will enjoy an authentic Mexican Buffet to taste the region's flavors.
End the day by cooling off in the spectacular Kuxtal cenote that will make you spend a moment of relaxation, and you can enjoy its crystal clear waters.
Board the unit and prepare to return to the hotel or place of departure.