Coba & Snorkeling with Turtles

Archaeologists believe Coba was one of the most important Mayan cities on the Yucatan Peninsula. Coba means ‘waters stirred by the wind’, an appropriate Mayan name as the city is surrounded by two large lagoons.

The city is hidden in the heart of the jungle. Visitors can enjoy shaded walkways that are the original sacbeos (white roads), three settlements that show the architecture of this once large city, 2 ball courts and climb the highest (42m) Mayan pyramid in the Yucatan, Nohoch Mul.

The archeological site contains numerous stelae (free-standing carved stone slabs), that document ceremonial life and important events of the city. Some stelae here depict women, suggesting the city had many female rulers.

The tour:

Transfer to Coba. Sightseeing of the archeological site by bicycle or rickshaws driven by real descendants of Maya. Visit to Ballgame Court, the Group of Paintings and climbing the biggest pyramid of Yucatan – the 42 meters tall, Nohoch Mul. Transfer to Tulum which is picturesquely situated on the shores of the Caribbean. Snorkeling at the coral reef with an opportunity to admire the
underwater marine life (turtles, rays, and the multi-colored fish). Transfer to the hotel.

What to take with you:

Sun protection, swimming suit, towel. Additional snacks and water. We recommend that visitors use eco-friendly sunblock, because this helps to preserve the environment.

Price includes: transportation from / to the hotel, entrance fees, lunch, mask, tube and life jacket, guide, a bottle of water.

Price does not include: beverages and tips.