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Coba, Tulum, and Cenote Tour from Playa del Carmen

Highlights
  • An action-packed, full-day combo tour covering Tulum and Coba
  • Enjoy guided visits of both archaeological sites, along with a cenote swim
  • End the day with free time to swim and sunbathe at a white-sand beach
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Coba, Tulum, and Cenote Tour from Playa del Carmen
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Coba, Tulum, and Cenote Tour from Playa del Carmen
From $90.00
Overview

The ancient seaside city of Tulum is one of Mexico’s standout archaeological attractions, along with Coba, considered one of the greatest cities in Mesoamerican history. During this action-packed combo tour, you’ll tick off both world-famous historical sites in a single day. Along with a savory local lunch, you’ll also enjoy a refreshing cenote dip and free time along the white-sand beaches of the Mexican Riviera.

What to Expect

Most Yucatan tours focus on a single archaeological site at a time. In this exclusive, in-depth combo tour, you’ll get a rare opportunity to discover Tulum and Coba in a single day.

Tours are limited to small groups, guaranteeing an intimate visit. Depart from your Playa del Carmen hotel, enjoying a scenic and comfortable ride to the ancient port town of Tulum. Wander the 10th-century city with your guide, who will point out well-preserved wonders, such as the Temple of Frescoes and El Castillo.

Then head to Coba, a once-prosperous Mesoamerican metropolis that’s still home to the Yucatan’s tallest pyramid—climb it for panoramic jungle views. After a savory local lunch, head for a refreshing dip in a mineral-rich cenote, a swimming hole the Mayas considered sacred.

Lastly, visit the white-sand beaches of Tulum, where you’ll enjoy free time to frolic at your leisure along the spectacular Mayan Riviera.

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1 - 5 of 21 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Awesome Tour & Wonderful Guides

Not only were the sites amazing but the company went above and beyond! The guide was so knowledgeable and made the tour a blast. For this tour they pick you up early in the morning and they will drop you off at your hotel/resort. The...More

Thank Emily S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Awesome tour!

we sprinkled some history on our family vacation, our guide Francisco is great! He managed spend right amount of time at each location. Cenote swimming was awesome!

Thank grace z
Reviewed May 16, 2018
A lot of walking

When we arrived at Coba it was around a 2 mile walk to the coba site, then the coba itself is 119 steps. Then another 2 miles back. At Tulum is another walking to get to Tulum site and walking around the Tulum area. Make...More

1  Thank DawnD285
Reviewed April 21, 2018 via mobile
Awesome tour, great company.

Took this tour on a Tuesday with my husband, mom, and grandmother. Sergio was our tour guide and he is great. My grandma had to take it easy on a few of the activities because her knee is bad. There are a lot of stairs...More

Thank Hannah W
Reviewed March 20, 2018 via mobile
Mayan Ruin Extravaganza

Look no further and book this tour now. You'll be so glad you did. This tour was the highlight of our trip to the Mayan Riviera. The driver was punctual and friendly. We were provided with light snacks, water, and juice throughout the day. Our...More

3  Thank Erin S
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pelayoady11
June 20, 2018|
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Response from Hannah W | Reviewed this property |
Not that I saw. The people we saw with life jackets brought their own.
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Jeanette O
June 9, 2018|
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Response from Hannah W | Reviewed this property |
I wouldn’t bring the stroller. Coba might be able to accommodate a stroller, but there is a lot of walking. Most people are riding bikes or rickshaws. Tulum ruins have a lot of steps and hills. Paradise beach would be a... More
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