COBA MAYAN RUINS WITH CENOTES
|PRIVATE W/ CHICHEN||COBA PAC CHEN||TULUM & COBA||COBA & XEL HA|
|PRIVATE TULUM COBA||PRIVATE COBA||MAYAN VILLAGE||COBA & MONKEYS|
COBA, CENOTE & AKTUN CHEN
PLAYA DEL CARMEN - SEE FROM
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This amazing tour will take you to experience three of the most unique wonders of the Yucatan world. You can't experience these things outside of Mexico, which makes it all the more exciting!
The first stop is the Mayan Ruins of Coba, the largest and oldest ancient city in the Yucatan. You can climb the highest pyramid of any Mayan Ruins site, and look out over the Playa del Carmen jungle for miles in every direction! You'll have an expert guide to share the history and wonders of Mayan civilization with you, followed by plenty of free time for photos.
Next on the agenda is Xo-Ha Cenote, one of the most famous of the cenotes of the Yucatan. You'll have a chance to relax and swim in this fresh water pool, before heading to one of the most incredible caves in Mexico, Aktun Chen. Here you can explore this lighted cave in all it's glory, before returning to Playa del Carmen. A truly unique and fascinating tour.
As Seen on The Discovery Channel: Secrets of the Maya Underworld
Cruise Passengers: This tour is not compatible with most cruise schedules. If you want to see Coba, you'll need to take a private tour.
Tour Schedule: Thursdays Only.
Duration: Approximately 12 Hours.
|7:15 AM - 8:15 AM
Arrive Coba, Guided Tour
Free Time to Explore
Arrive Xo-Ha Cenote
Arrive Aktun Chen
Depart for Playa del Carmen
Return to Hotel
Includes: Round-trip transportation from your Playa del Carmen hotel, All Entry Fees, Expert Guide, Buffet Lunch, and All Taxes and Fees.
Bring: Swimsuit, Camera, Biodegradable Sunblock, Insect Repellent.
NO-RISK WEATHER POLICY - If the weather is bad and the tour cannot go out for any reason, you will receive a 100% refund. No risk, no worries!
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