When it comes to Mayan ruins, Mexico is a paradise! Give yourself a full day to explore Mayan culture. While admiring the breathtaking scenery atop the Mayan jungle, visit Cobà and climb Nohoch Mul, the tallest pyramid in the Yucatan Peninsula. The largest pre-Historic building that is still standing is Tulum. It is one of the most stunning vistas of Mexico, viewed through the eyes of the Mayan civilization. It is home to distinctive beachside settings & lush jungles which allure travelers to come and spend some time there.
Discover Tulum! It is one of the most significant Mayan commerce ports and a walled ceremonial site that is situated next to the sea. The ruins demonstrate that the ceremonial center contained unique spaces for trading rituals and government operations. The main attractions of Tulum, which has quickly transformed from a small fishing hamlet to a well-liked vacation spot, are among the best things to do there. This popularity is mostly due to the breathtaking natural beauty that can be observed all along the coastline, where the azure Caribbean Sea softly laps along magnificent white sand beaches More and more modest, eco-friendly boutique hotels are sprouting up along these beaches. This town, found on the Yucatán Peninsula, is not only home to great beaches but has lush jungles, Mayan ruins, gorgeous lagoons, and upscale nightlife.
The next part of your journey is visiting cenotes (caves or sinkholes filled with crystal-clear waters) which are located just a few kilometers away from Tulum, on the way to Coba. The cenotes can be truly magical if you come early in the morning, before the crowds flood in. Take a dive to get rehydrate yourself right here. There is numerous marine life that is clearly visible in the crystal blue water. Explore the cenotes in all their splendor by bringing your snorkel. You may explore fascinating underground rivers and stunning stalagmite and stalactite formations by snorkeling through cenotes.
A must-do for nature lovers is to visit The Sian Ka’an Biosphere which is home to thousands of species of beautiful plants and animals! It is definitely worth your time to spend an entire day exploring everything the grounds have to offer, as many visitors do. You may spend days exploring this area and seeing incredible animals including jaguars, dolphins, pumas, monkeys, ocelots, turtles, and many more. Why wouldn’t you want to come here if the name means “where heaven is born” in its direct translation?
The last part of the Tulum Coba Cenote Tour will be a visit to Cobá. Some of the most impressive and well-preserved ancient Mayan ruins can be found in Yucatan in Coba. Archaeologists think they were very significant to the Mayans, who created a network of white-stone causeways inside the city (the largest of its kind). Due to their isolation, these magnificent ruins are comparatively unknown and unexplored. The only way to reach the ruins is via bike through a dense jungle, which can be accomplished by renting a bike at the site’s gate. Visitors can still climb the damaged structures at Chichen Itza, in contrast to the more well-known remains there, providing a completely different experience from those at other, busier ruins in Mexico. You can see both Laguna Macanxoc and Laguna Cobá from the pyramid’s summit. These two freshwater lagoons have been Cobá’s main sources of water.
ITINERARY (Tulum Coba Cenote Tour)
- Hotel pickup and transportation to the Tulum Ruins
- Guided tour to the different archaeological sites;
- Transfer to Cenote and free time to swim and enjoy the clear water;
- Guided tour of the ancient site;
- Lunch at a neighborhood eatery;
- Transportation to Sian Ka’an Biosphere
- Traveling to Coba and going on a guided tour of the archaeological site;
- Free time to climb the highest pyramid (Nohoch Mul)
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