The Archeological Site of Coba is located inland at 42 km from Tulum, where the best preserved Rainforests of the Yucatan
Peninsula are found. Let us take you to experience all the natural wonders of the Mayan World, with our full day tour that
mixes archeology, nature encounters and learning about the mayan communities that thrive in the rainforest. All of this while
practicing responsible tourism and contributing to the preservation of the most important natural areas in the region.
Our day starts by visiting the archeological site with our expert guide. Here, you will discover an abandoned
Mayan Kingdom from the Classical times, buried under the Yucatan Peninsula’s rainforest.
The pyramid of Nohoch Mul is the main pyramid at Coba, which is considered one of the tallest mayan pyramids
in ancient Mexico. From the top, you will be rewarded with an amazing bird’s eye view of the rainforest canopy.
To explore the less known corners of Coba, you will have the option to either pedal yourself or ride as a passenger
of a “mayan taxi”.
While exploring this Ancient Mayan City, animals like toucans, hawks and crocodiles can still be seen.
After finishing our archeological tour we will visit a beautiful secluded cenote, to swim and admire the crystal
clear water found in this wonderful and pristine ecosystem.
Enjoy an educational nature hike, where you will be able to experience a relaxing contact with the Rainforest,
that will nurture all your senses.
Have an up-close encounter with tropical monkeys, thanks the expertise of local guides from the Mayan Community
of Punta Laguna, who study and preserve the wildlife of an important nature reserve, with sustainable tourism.
Meet the family of Enrique Wicab, a mayan farmer that will prepare for us a delicious meal of traditional mayan
cuisine with organic products grown in his farm.
Participate in a purification ceremony with the leader of the Mayan Community of Punta Laguna, who thanks Life
for the blessings that the Rainforest provides.
Enjoy the most peaceful moments in the rainforest, while gently canoeing thru the tropical lakes around Coba,
considered unique for the Yucatan Peninsula.