Private Tulum Coba Cenote Tour and Lunch discover the rich Mayan past.
Visit two of the most emblematic Maya archeological sites, Tulum “City of Dawn” located on a cliff by the Caribbean Sea and Coba “Place of Turbulent Waters” hidden in the rainforest.
You will then end the tour by visiting and relaxing in a marvelous cenote and enjoy a delicious lunch with a lakeside view.
(Pick ups from Puerto Morelos to Cancun have a transportation fee of $40usd per group)
Coba private tour – Best Maya Tours invites you to embark on a captivating journey through the Yucatan Peninsula with our Private Tulum Coba Cenote Tour and Lunch. Experience the essence of Yucatan highlights as you explore the remarkable Mayan city of Coba, with its towering pyramids and intricate architecture. Plunge into the crystal-clear waters of a cenote, discovering the enchantment of these natural sinkholes on our Tulum Coba Tour. Immerse yourself in the allure of Tulum Cenote Tour and relish a delectable lunch amidst the beauty of this ancient land. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore Tulum Boat Tours, offering a unique perspective of this captivating region.
|DEPARTURE TIME||Pick-up at your hotel between 8:00AM and 8.30AM for a prompt departure.|
|RETURN TIME||Approximately 3:00 – 4:00 PM. (Playa del Carmen and Riviera Maya)|
|WEAR||Comfortable light casual clothing, tennis shoes, flip-flops or sandals for water activities, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen (preferably biodegradable) and insect repellant (preferably biodegradable). Swimsuit is also highly recommended for the cenote.|
Other recommendations : we recommend you to bring anything to protect you from the sun, such as sunglasses, hats, light clothing.
Don’t forget to also bring your camera to catch pictures of these unforgettable views and moments !
Note : There are no ATM machines in this area and many vendors do not accept credit cards. For your personal expenses, make sure you bring enough cash money.
The guides, drivers and waiters also always appreciate tips for their excellent service and it is also thanks to them that you will leave with great memories !
Easily reached by an unpaved road around 9km north of Tulum, the entrance fee is 150 pesos (including a life jacket, lockers available for 50 pesos).
Swimming in a cenote is now a phenomenal encounter, yet there are more exercises you can appreciate, similar to kayak, zip-line, rappel or night scuba plunging.
|Ticket type||Adult 12 – 99, Child 4-11 yrs|
8.00 AM – 8.30 AM: Pick-up at your hotel and transportation to the first location
9.00 AM – 11.00 AM: Exploring Tulum Archeological Site
- Explanations about the Tulum origins.
- Discovery of the Tulum’s past and cultural wealth.
- Walk through the ruins.