Take this private half-day tour and get to know the most surprising of the Cobá pyramid, the Nohoch Mul, one of the highest in the Yucatan Peninsula, located in the heart of what was once one of the most important metropolises in the Mayan world. , which dominated the entire Yucatan Peninsula.
The pyramid of Cobá with its 42 meters is the tallest structure in the Yucatan Peninsula, higher than Chichen Itza.
After visiting this mysterious place you will be on your way to a nearby cenote, there are three right in Coba and people often say, "The Coba Cenotes And A Mayan Pyramid I’ll Never Forget".
The three beautiful cenotes are only 5 minutes away from the Coba pyramid: Cenote Multum-ha, Cenote Choo-ha and Cenote Tamcach-ha. The three Coba cenotes are entirely different, so if you want to exten your time, it would not be too repetitive to visit them all.
The rate includes the entrance to the ruins as well as to one (1) Cenote in order to provide you with a little basic plan for your day, the rest is absolutely up to you. There are also many choices of cenotes apart from the three at Coba such as Cenote Tortugas, 2 Ojos, Car Wash, Cristalino and Jardín del Eden among others. The average entrance is around USD 30.00 per person.
Flexible plan: Not only can you choose your pick-up time, this day is also flexible on your return time, so as long as it’s on the way between your pickup location and Coba, the driver will be more than happy to make this extra stop for you to create a memorable experience. If 3:00 PM is not enough time for you due to some extra stops, then we get you back at 4:00 or 5:00 PM, we won’t rush you though your day.
What's included :
Pickup and return to your hotel or AirBNB - Private Transportation in comfortable air-conditioned and spacious van - Entrance fees to the Coba Ruins - Entrance fees to one cenote - Beer and water in the van - Flexible hours
What To Bring :
Camera - Towels - Swimwear - Sun protection - Comfortable clothing and shoes - Extra money for guide, additional cenote visit, souvenirs and lunch (not mandatory)