See for yourself the sun melting down the trees with all the copper tones and scape all the heat of visiting during the day at the tallest monument
in the Mexican Caribbean
. This is the only archaeological site
that allows to explore its buildings later than any other Mayan city. Coba
is located close to the Riviera Maya which makes easier to get to the site and walk through a warrior’s city to climb this magnificent monument.
The sky full of yellow/orange light is the perfect frame for this picture
The perks of this option is to start late around 1-2 pm (recommended) and don’t have to share the vehicle, easier in case you travel with children.
On your first stop you can swim at the emerald waters of an underground natural pool.
are typical on this area and one of the highlights of your visit to the Yucatan Peninsula. Another perk? Choose the cenote
you want to visit from this 2 options Multun Ha
Young cenote with the cave almost intact, you will descend approximately 60 ft inside the ground to meet this water mirror. You can freshen up at the platform or jump in the clear water. Tankach Ha
A semi-open cenote, its depth varies from 13 to 115 ft. A slight ray of light entering from the top enhances the view of the rock formations, you can jump in the water from a sling swing.
Have a lunch on a local restaurant close to the ruins with a delicious buffet
with all the options and a soft drink is included for your meal
The most important point on this tour is the Nohoch Mul pyramid in Coba, the perfect scenario for the sunset on the jungle, spot the lagoons hidden by the mirror reflect of this natural light show.
Get ready and hop on the comfortable van and start to share your experience with your friends while you head back to your hotel.