We at Best Maya Tours welcome you to the captivating Yucatan Peninsula, where ancient history meets natural wonders. Beyond the pristine beaches and tourist hotspots lies a hidden gem waiting for you to discover during <a href=”>We at Best Maya Tours welcome you to the captivating Yucatan Peninsula, where ancient history meets natural wonders. Beyond the pristine beaches and tourist hotspots lies a hidden gem waiting for you to discover during our Tulum Coba Cenote Tour. Join us on a journey through Tulum, Coba, and the enchanting cenotes, as we uncover the secrets of this extraordinary region.

An aerial view of the Tulum Coba Cenote Tour


A Glimpse into the Ancient Maya Civilization your adventure can begin in Tulum, a coastal paradise known for its breathtaking ruins and turquoise waters. Tulum offers a unique blend of history and natural beauty, making it a must-visit destination for any traveler. Explore the well-preserved archaeological site, perched on cliffs overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Marvel at the awe-inspiring structures that once served as a port city and a sacred site for the Mayan people. As you wander through Tulum, you’ll feel a deep connection to the ancient civilization that once thrived here.


A Jungle Journey Back in Time Next, we venture into the heart of the Yucatan Peninsula to discover Coba, an ancient Mayan city hidden within the lush jungle. Unlike its famous counterpart, Chichen Itza, Coba remains relatively untouched; allowing visitors to, truly immerse themselves in the serenity and mystique of the ancient world. Be with us to explore the extensive network of stone paths that lead to the towering Nohoch Mul pyramid. Ascend its steps and be rewarded with a breathtaking view of the surrounding jungle canopy. As you walk among the ruins, you will feel a sense of wonder and admiration for the Mayan ingenuity and architectural prowess.

Enchanting Cenotes

Nature’s Subterranean Oasis No trip to the Yucatan Peninsula is complete without a visit to the cenotes – natural sinkholes filled with crystal-clear water, believed by the Mayans to be sacred portals to the underworld. These enchanting cenotes are scattered throughout the region, offering a refreshing escape from the tropical heat. Dive into the cool, emerald-green waters of Gran Cenote or Dos Ojos Cenote, and discover an otherworldly landscape filled with stalactites and submerged caves. Snorkel among the colorful fish and marvel at the mesmerizing formations created over thousands of years. The cenotes are not only a natural wonder but also a spiritual experience that connects us to the earth’s hidden depths.

The Yucatan Peninsula holds a treasure trove of hidden gems waiting for exploration. From the ancient ruins of Tulum and Coba, where you can hear the echoes of the past, to the enchanting cenotes, where nature reveals its secrets, this region offers a truly unique and immersive experience. So, venture off the beaten path and immerse yourself in the history, culture, and natural beauty of the Yucatan. Discover the hidden gems that await you in Tulum, Coba, and the enchanting cenotes, and let the magic of this extraordinary place leave an indelible mark on your soul. We will be your best companion as we are local and have an extensive network to make it possible for you to explore in the best possible manner.

Tulum, Coba, and Cenotes are three of the most popular tourist destinations in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. A Tulum Coba Cenote Tour is a perfect way to explore the three stunning destinations in one day. 

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Let us explore the best things to do on a Tulum Coba Cenote Tour!

Visit the Tulum and Coba Mayan Ruins 

Tulum, the City of Dawn, sits on a cliff by the Caribbean Sea. The most well-preserved Mayan ruins in Mexico are the Tulum Mayan Ruins. Explore the ancient temples, fortifications, and ceremonial structures that once served as the center of Mayan civilization. Witness the breathtaking view of the turquoise Caribbean Sea from the top of the cliff.

An ancient Mayan city- Coba, once housed around fifty thousand people. The Coba Mayan Ruins are located in the jungle and are known for their towering pyramids. You can climb to the top of the tallest pyramid, Nohoch Mul (over 130 feet tall). From the top, you can see the vast jungle surrounding the city!

Swim in a Natural Swimming Holes 

Natural swimming holes or cenotes formed when limestone bedrock collapsed, revealing pools of crystal-clear fresh water. There are several cenotes located near Tulum and Coba that you can explore on your tour. The cenotes are perfect for swimming, snorkeling, or enjoying the area’s natural beauty.

Try Authentic Mexican Food 

Mexico is known for its authentic and delicious food. On your tour, you can try some of the local dishes. Stop at a traditional Mexican restaurant or try some street food from one of the vendors in Tulum or Coba. Do not miss trying some tacos al pastor, cochinita pibil, or ceviche!

Shop for Souvenirs 

There are plenty of opportunities to buy souvenirs on your tour. In Tulum, you explore several shops selling handmade crafts, jewelry, and clothing. In Coba, you can visit the local market to find traditional Mayan crafts and souvenirs. Do not forget to haggle and try to get the best price!

Learn about Mayan Culture 

The Yucatan Peninsula has more information about the ancient Mayan civilization. On your tour, learn about the fascinating Mayan culture. Visit a Mayan village to learn about traditional customs and witness how the people live today. Consider visiting a Mayan museum or exploring the Mayan ruins to learn more about the ancient civilization.

A guided Tulum Coba Cenote tour by Best Maya Tours offers exciting things to do and enjoy to the fullest.  

If planning a trip to Mexico, consider adding our Tulum Coba Cenote trip package to have the utmost fun.