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Coba Maya Encounter

Regular Price 139.00 USD

Get on unforgettable ecoarcheological adventures. Visit the impressive archaeological site of Coba and discover the amazing Nohoch Mul, the tallest temple in the Yucatan Peninsula. From the top you will have stunning views of the jungle. Visit a secluded Mayan village and enjoy its well preserved natural beauties, lagoons, cenotes (sinkholes), jungle paths, and the natural reserve that protects the local flora and fauna. Rappel down thrilling cenotes and soar the canopy in breathtaking zip lines, swim in hidden caves and walk through the jungle learning about the environment. Enjoy a lush meal of typical food, soft drinks and handmade tortillas. Photographers of the Maya communities will take great pictures of you during the activities! Book it now and enjoy the best of Cancun adventure tours and excursions in Riviera Maya.

If you are staying at Cancun hotels we pick you up from Monday to Sunday!

And at Riviera Maya hotels we pick you up from Monday to Sunday!

 

ACTIVITIES:

Maya Encounter (3.5 hours)

You will have the opportunity to see how the Maya people live today and experience extraordinary ecoarcheological adventures activities in the jungle.

  • We will teach you to rappel into an impressive cenote (sinkhole), descending approximately 17 meters.
  • Walk through the jungle and learn about the flora and fauna of the region.
  • A refreshing dip in the crystal clear fresh water of the cenotes (underground caves).
  • Two zip lines crossing. Experience the amazing feeling of flying through the pristine rainforest and over the Cayman Cenote or the Cenote de la Vida.
  • Setting out on a gentle canoe trip on fresh water lagoon you will be able to appreciate the exquisite natural surroundings.
  • Maya ritual. Be part of an authentic blessing Maya ceremony that a shaman will perform for you.
  • Traditional meal. Enjoy an authentic Maya menu including soup, chicken, vegetables, rice, beans and handmade corn tortillas.

Cobá (2 hours)

Visit temples and the legendary ballgame of this majestic archaeological site. Follow the paths to arrive at the Nohoch Mul, the tallest temple in the whole Yucatan Peninsula, from the top of which you will enjoy breathtaking views of the amazing jungle that surrounds the site. Optional bike rental is available at the site.

The expedition includes: Transportation for small groups, traditional lunch, water, entrance fee to Coba, archaeological tour guide, English speaking guide for all day, all equipment required for activities, towel, and lockers. All you need to enjoy these ecoarcheological adventures.

Important:

  • This expedition is not suitable for children under 6 years old. People under the influence of alcohol or toxic substances won’t be allowed to participate.
  • Children from 6 to 12 years old pay kids price. 13 years old children pay adult price.
  • For online bookings get -10% OFF purchasing 8-21 days in advance. -15% OFF purchasing at least 21-60 days in advance. -20% OFF purchasing more than 60 days in advance. Prices are subject to changes without prior notice.

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Comments

  • We went on this tour today. Riaz Escobedo was our tour guide to the ruins. He was extremely knowledgable and helpful and you felt you were with your own archeologist. The tour van was spotless and the tour included a Mayan village,...
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    Chris J
  • My wife and I had a wonderful full-day excursion visiting the ruins of Coba. First off, we wanted to point out our excellent tour guide, Alfredo. He was so enthusiastic and friendly from the very beginning of the day all the way...
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    Kevin W
  • The Coba Mayan Encounter with Alltournative was the highlight of our recent trip to Playa deal Carmen. Our guide, Tonancy, had a wonderful energy. She took care to make sure everyone in the group was comfortable at all times and...
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    Sarah S

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