Tulum, Coba, Cenote and Playa del Carmen (4×1)

Tulum, Coba, Cenote and Playa del Carmen 4 x 1 Tour.

The Tulum, Coba, Cenote and Playa del Carmen 4 x 1 tour brings you to four unique attractions in the Riviera Maya in a day packed with history, culture and nature. Explore two magical Mayan ruins sites, immerse yourself in a sacred cenote and discover the hip seaside town of Playa del Carmen.

With a certified bilingual guide you will explore two archaeological sites, the walled city of Tulum and the city of Coba, still mostly hidden under the jungle foliage of the Yucatan Peninsula. Admire the ancient architecture and walk in the footsteps of the ancient Maya people.

You’ll visit a beautiful cenote, a limestone sinkhole filled with fresh water that is perfect for a refreshing swim, an oasis in the jungle that will take your breath away. A delicious lunch of regional specialties is included to delight your palate and refuel your energies. Finally, you’ll enjoy a stroll down the famous 5th Avenue of Playa del Carmen for souvenir shopping and people watching before returning to your hotel.

A Riviera Maya day trip to Tulum, Coba, Cenote and Playa del Carmen shows you the best of ancient and modern day Mexican Caribbean.

Itinerary

06:30 and 7:30 hrs. Pick-up at your hotel or meeting point.
09:00 hrs. Visit the Archaeological Zone of Tulum.
10:30 hrs. Departure from Tulum Mayan ruins
11:30 hrs. Visit Cobá Archaeological Zone
14:10 hrs. Lunch Time
15:30 hrs. Swim in Sacred Cenote
17:30 hrs. Free time on 5th Avenue

Operations Dates

Monday, wednesday, friday, sunday

Time of day

6:30 am to 5:30 pm

Duration

11 hours

Includes

Round-trip transportation from your hotel
Certified guide on board.
Regional lunch.
Admission to Tulum Mayan Ruins
Admission to Cobá Mayan Ruins.
Swim in Sacred Cenote
Free time on 5th Avenue in Playa Del Carmen

Not includes

Tips.
Photographs.
Towels.
Drinks and other food.
Souvenirs.
Doesn’t include coba tax

Recommendations

Bring for the tour
Face mask.
Cap or hat
Sunglasses.
Swimsuit and towel
Dry clothes to change into.
Biodegradable sunscreen.
Insect repellent.
Cash for rent of life jacket in cenote.
Drinks, tips and souvenir shopping.
Comfortable clothes and shoes.

Restrictions

By provision of the Mexican government, the use of video cameras in the Archaeological Zone is subject to an additional charge that is paid at the ticket office located at the entrance. (The use of Drones and aerial cameras is prohibited.)
Minimun 2 pax to operate

Extra information

Available for infants? Yes, under the responsibility of an adult.
Recommended for children? Yes, children aged 3 a 10 years pay the child rate. 11 and over pay adult fare.
Includes transportation? Yes
Are there physical restrictions? You must be in good physical condition, must know how to swim to enter the cenote
Recommended for pregnant women? This activity may represent an overexertion for expectant mothers.
Languages: English and Spanish
Season: All year

Note

Keeping you safe during COVID-19

All safety and hygiene protocols are correctly applied in all our tours and activities.
What you can expect during your visit?
• Face masks required for travelers in public areas
• Face masks required for guides in public areas
• Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
• Social distancing enforced throughout experience
• Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
• Gear/equipment sanitized between use
• Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
• Guides required to regularly wash hands
• Regular temperature checks for staff
• Temperature checks for travelers upon arriva

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