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Coba Mayan Traditions

Plaza Chacah | Local 6, Playa del Carmen 77710, Mexico
+52 984 803 8870
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Maya Adventure from Playa del Carmen: Coba Ruins, Traditional Village and...
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COBA MAYAN TRADITIONS is one of the greatest Familiar and Cultural tour in the Riviera Maya! Offers you one of the most authentic insights of the Mayan culture, ancient and actual world in Coba archeological site, a real Mayan Village and a fabulous Cenote. In this tour you will visit the tallest Mayan Pyramid (Nohoch Mul) in the zone. The only one still available to climb nowadays! The view on the top is mesmerizing!! Coba ancient city hosts two courts of the famous and mysterious “Ball game”. After our ancestral Mayan journey, we will transfer to the Mayan contemporary Village. Where our visitors enjoy and have a connection with this unique place inside the rain forest with a local lunch in an ecological restaurant, a Mayan Purification with a Chaman, a visit to the Mayan descendants, a demonstration of the extraction of the “Mayan Gum”. The final activity, we will invite you in to immerse in a wonderful Cenote discovering one of the attractions that you can only find in the Mayan Riviera. Our archeological guides will be your host of the area and country they are very knowledgeable of all the information and service that you can imagine about Mexico. In COBA MAYAN TRADITIONS you will spend the day exploring and embracing the amazing Mayan World!
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Plaza Chacah | Local 6, Playa del Carmen 77710, Mexico
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Reviewed yesterday

Collected by hotel in mini bus, met up with coach and greeted by Raul our tour guide. Had breakfast on the coach, tea, coffee, soft drink and a pastry. Raul was extremely knowledgeable about the Mayan history. Gave us a full brief on the journey...More

Thank j0hnandcathy
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Amazing and Excellent. The tour guide was prepared and provided a lot of information about the site.

Thank CerRav
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Was great! We went for a swim in a cenote and it was quite refreshing and special vibes too! I recommend this activity to all! 😉

Thank Gigi T
Reviewed 2 days ago

We were picked up from our hotel (Royalton, Cancun) by our tour guides - Roberto and Alex - who provided some brief info before serving coffee and pastries, prior to our arrival at Coba. Our first stop was the ruins at Coba. The coach drops...More

Thank DanOliver1989
Reviewed 3 days ago

We went to Coba with Coba Mayan Traditions (booked via Thomson). Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant! We had a great time visiting Coba, a traditional Mayan village and meeting the villagers and finally a swim in a Cenote. The tour started circa 7am and we went straight...More

Thank Tim C
Reviewed 3 days ago

We went to Coba Mayan Temple and conquered the steps to the top of the Temple in 33 C heat! Great sense of accomplishment and fantastic view at the top. Our guide Roberto for this tour including a chance to see Mayan people in their...More

Thank Mikebrewster5
Reviewed 4 days ago

Booked through Thomsons we were the first bus into Coba, which is brilliant (and welcome in the summer heat)! We walked through the extensive and fascinating ruins with explanations from our awesome guide Roberto and climbed the Pyramid of Coba around 9am - when it...More

Thank kiray007
Reviewed 4 days ago

We have seen Chichen Itza before so we decided to take this trip to the archaeological site instead. Our guide Jose (Sky Blue) was excellent, he was very friendly and informative throughout the day and very attentive. The trip via Thomson includes the visit to...More

Thank Emma R
Reviewed 5 days ago

The tour started off early but it was worth it. Our guide Robert-o was very knowledgeable and had a real enthusiasm about the culture of the Mayan people. Coba itself was fantastic and the views at the top were breathtaking. Not something you get to...More

Thank Martyn B
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The pyramids are in great condition, and at the time of this review you can climb it. I recommend getting a taxi, and the guys taking you deserve a tip, so don't forget.

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Emily H
How much are additional drinks in the restaurant please? Is there room for myself, my husband and our 9 y.o daughter on the tuctucs? Thanks!
24 June 2017|
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Response from DanOliver1989 | Reviewed this property |
Unsure about additional drinks, each guest gets one free drink on entry, these are bottles of water or cans of coke, fanta, sprite etc. There's also alcoholic drinks available at extra cost, but again, unsure of the... More
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mikey56718
How far from Grand Sirenis hotel?
30 March 2017|
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Response from lynn s | Reviewed this property |
To about an hour I think. Well worth a visit.
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csongbird
Do I need to bring pesos only to shop at the Coba Mayan Village or will they take USD? What is there to buy there? Thanks.
28 February 2017|
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Response from lynn s | Reviewed this property |
Both currencies are accepted but you get a cheaper price in pesos because you don't get the best exchange rate.
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