Coba & Tulum Tradiciones Mayas

Coba and Tulum Maya Traditions Tour: Explore Two Mayan Ruins Sites and Be Part of a Unique Cultural Immersion

Our Coba and Tulum Maya Traditions tour is a wonderful way to explore the Mayan ruins of the Riviera Maya, swim in a sacred cenote and be part of a journey into the culture of the ancient and modern Maya people.

Your certified guide will lead you through two archaeological sites, the seaside Mayan ruins of Tulum and the Coba Mayan ruins hidden deep in the jungle. Tulum is one of the most beautiful Mayan cities and the only one set on the coast with incredible views of the sea. At Coba you will be able to climb the tallest pyramid in the region.

Enjoy a refreshing swim in a sacred cenote (limestone sinkholes unique to the Yucatan Peninsula) that will leave you feeling energized with the power of nature. Learn all about the Melipona bee and its importance to the world and the simple cacao bean which changed the world.

Book the Coba and Tulum Maya Traditions Tour for double the history and culture in an extraordinary Mayan ruins tour from Cancun and the Riviera Maya.

Itinerary

Tulum Mayan ruins. (1 HR. 45 MIN.)
Swim in a semi-open cenote. (40 MIN.)
A la carte lunch with “aguas frescas” (fresh flavored waters).
Mayan ceremony.
Coba Mayan ruins. (1 HR. 45 MIN.)

Operations Dates

Wednesday, Friday and Sunday

Time of day

Duration

Duration: 11-12 hours

Includes

Round-trip transportation in units with A / C
Cultural guide.
A la carte lunch with one bottled beverage (water, soft drink or beer)
Visit to the archaeological zones of Coba and Tulum.
Demonstration of the Honey of the Maya Melipona Bee and the Cacao.
Visit a semi-open cenote.
A bottle of water at the exit of each archaeological zone.
Return transportation by tricycle Cobá.

Not includes

Tips.
Photographs.
Towels
Souvenirs

Recommendations

Comfortable clothes and shoes
Swimsuit
Towel
Biodegradable sunscreen
Extra money (For alcoholic beverages, souvenirs and tips)
Sunglasses, hat and insect repellent

Restrictions

Video cameras have an additional tax payable at the entrance to the archaeological sites.
In the archaeological zones you are not permitted to carry backpacks or large bags.

Extra information

Available for infants? Yes, always under the supervision of the parents.
Recommended for children? Children 3-11 years old pay the child rate.
Includes transportation? Yes
Are there physical restrictions on this tour? Not recommended for people with physical disabilities because of the long walks and the terrain being unsuitable for wheelchairs.
Recommended for pregnant women? This activity may represent an overexertion for expectant mothers.
Languages: English/Spanish/French
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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