The archaeological site of Coba is considered one of the most important Mayan Ruins of the Yucatan peninsula and, unlike other archaeological sites in the area, you can actually climb the 120 steps of Nohoch Mul, the tallest Mayan castle and the primary temple of this pre-Columbian city. The view from the top of Nohoch Mul is breathtaking!
Itinerary: 9:30 – Arrive at the ruins of Coba followed by a 1 1/2 hour guided tour.
11:00 – 1 hours of free time in the ruins.
12:00 – Board van and return to hotel with deli lunch on board.
Amenities: Round trip A/C transportation, entrance fee to the archaeological site, bilingual certified federal tour guide, one way ride (by tricycle), bottled water, umbrellas to protect from sun or rain, wet towels after tour, deli style lunch on way back to hotel.
What to take? We recommend that you bring: hat, biodegradable sunscreen, sunglasses, comfortable shoes and extra money for souvenirs.
Restrictions: This tour is not recommended for guests with limited mobility.