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Coba (pronounced cō-bǝ) is an ancient Maya city on the Yucatán Peninsula, located in what is now northeastern Quintana Roo, Mexico. The site is the nexus of the largest network of stone causeways of the ancient Mayan world, and it contains many...more
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We booked to visit the Coba ruins through TUI. The trip was advertised as a full day collected at 7.15am visiting the ruins then lunch then onto look round a locals home where we had to take apples, then to swim in a cenote. The...More
Chose to visit here to have a break from the sun lounger. Journey from Riviera Maya was relatively easy. Although Mexican driving takes some getting used to.
Passed a few villages which seemed to consist of craft shops only. Didn't stop at the time but...More
What an amazing experience! We paid for the friendly guys to ride us through the jungle on the rickshaw. Very affordable for a visit but don’t buy souvenirs there. About 5x what you’d pay elsewhere! The ruins are unbelievable and the tour guides are friendly...More
We went there during a stay in Playa del Carmen. This is an off the beaten site. It took us about 1h30 to get there first from Playacar. The site features one of the tallest pyramid you bay still be able to climb. The best...More
Have been to most of the main Mayan cultural areas in Mexico in and around the Riviera Maya area. The ruins at Coba did not disappoint. Our guide was a Mayan himself and had a lot of insight into the area and the different things...More
Coba ruins was one of the many ruins we saw while we were at Cancun and the Yucatan area. We also saw Tulum and Chichen Itza. Out of the three, Coba was our favorite. It wasn't as well preserved as Chichen Itza or as beautiful...More
The Ruins were unbelievable. The area with all the different temples and ball parks were so well preserved. The staff at Coba were helpful and polite. The best was the Myan Uber. Everyone has to do that. Highly recommend this Archeologic site, especially before the...More
Coba is an amazing site to visit and well worth it. Entry at 70 pesos is low for the experience you'll have. There are various ruins through the jungle including the arena for the Mayan football games which ended in sacrifice! The site is extensive...More
If you went to Coba without a guide, you would not see half of what we did, I would never have known to listen for then spot monkeys for example. But our guide did and knew all the best places to spot them. We did twice, a... More
If you went to Coba without a guide, you would not see half of what we did, I would never have known to listen for then spot monkeys for example. But our guide did and knew all the best places to spot them. We did twice, a whole family of them, with babies too. He also talked a lot about the history and plants, trees and even showed us a bees nest (not the type that sting) and how to get them to come to you by using the smell from another tree. Amazing