COBA RUINS HALF DAY TOUR
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Now you can tour Coba in only half a day from Playa del Carmen and the Riviera Maya! Our Coba Express tour lets you tour the Coba ruins and climb the pyramid as all of our tours do, but without the extras like Mayan villages, cenotes, or lunch. You can start later than most tours at 9:00 AM, and be back at your hotel by about 3:00 PM, with plenty of time to rest up before dinner. If your only interest is Coba itself, this is a great option for you.
As we arrive to Coba, you will join your expert archaeological guide for a guided tour of this once great city of the Mayan empire. This massive city, the biggest ruins site near Playa del Carmen, is also the most recently uncovered, and restoration is still taking place. Coba is located in the jungle, and all along the paths are mounds overgrown with vines, trees, and flowers. More than 5,000 structures have yet to be uncovered! After the guided tour is over, you can do your own expedition or climb the amazing Nohoch Muul pyramid, the tallest in the Yucatan Peninsula. From the top of the great pyramid, you will have stunning views of the jungle. Then it's back to Playa del Carmen!
Coba Express Tour Highlights
The only Half-Day Tour of Coba in Riviera Maya!
Enjoy a light Continental Breakfast On-Board!
Take a Guided Tour of the Coba Mayan Ruins!
Plenty of Free Time to Climb the Great Pyramid!
When: Tuesdays & Thursdays from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Exact hotel pickup time will depend on the location of your hotel, but will be shown on your reservation.
Where: Pickup from most Playa del Carmen or Riviera Maya hotels.
How Long: 6 Hours Approximately.
WITH YOUR RESERVATION!
Kids: All ages welcome. Kids prices apply to ages 5-11. Kids under 5 are free.
Cruise Passengers: Yes! This tour makes a great shore excursion. Meet just outside the Calica cruise pier or at Senor Frog's next to the Cozumel ferry pier.