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Coba Mayan Ruins

Each arqueological site has its own personality and Coba isn’t the exception! This site surrounded by two lagoons and dense forest has the largest network of stone pathways connecting the city to the rest of the Peninsula which improved commerce with other Mayan villages. Enjoy the walk through the ancient city, ceremonial centers, two different size of ball courts and Nohoch Mul the highest pyramid in the Yucatan Peninsula; under the shadows of the trees. Inhale fresh air as you listen to your guide´s informative explanation of the site and relish in the wonders of this hidden city.

Main Info

  • 08:00 hrs
  • Box lunch

Activity Type

  • Cultural

Activity level

  • dificult

Additional Info

  • Guests are recommended to bring a hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, insect repellent, cash for additional purchases as well as wear flat, comfortable shoes.
  • The grounds of the ruins consist of uneven limestone and loose stones; guests should be extra cautious as not to slip or fall.
  • Guests are not allowed to climb the ruins due to their fragile state.
  • Guests taking video in any format (video camera, cell phone, Tablet etc.) within the archaeological site will be charged government fee of approximately $8-$10 USD payable in cash at site.
  • No tripods and/or professional video cameras are allowed.
  • This tour is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties or in wheelchairs