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A large pyramid in the ancient Mayan city of Coba.
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Reviewed January 28, 2018

Nohoch Mul is located at the Mayan ruins at Coba, about one and one-half hours from Playa Del Carmen. There are many ruins to explore here and it's located in the jungle so you are shaded much of the time, unlike Tulum or Chichen Itza....More

Thank Paul D
Reviewed August 24, 2015 via mobile

This snorkel sight is endorsed by National Geographic and rightly so. Snorkelled the cenote as part of our Jungle Maya Tour with Alltournative Adventures. Our guide Diego and site were fantastic. Snorkels and masks were available, however we opted to use our own. Water very...More

Thank Sarah L
Reviewed February 9, 2014

This is a Mayan Ruin that is about 100km (about 62 miles for those from the U.S.) from Tulum. It takes a little longer than an hour to get there simply because you do have to pass through a couple of small towns and you...More

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Reviewed August 7, 2013

We visited the Mayan Ruins in Coba, Mexico where the tallest temple in the Yucatan, Nohoch Mul is located. This is an easy drive from Playa del Carmen if you want to rent a car. However, there are tours and taxis if that is more...More

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Reviewed December 30, 2011

The pyramid is the tallest in the Yucatan Peninsula and for now, tourists can still climb it. It's in much need for restoration, though.

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