Coba Sunset

  • Half-day
  • México
  • $119 USD
  • $89 USD
  • 100% Refundable *(view policies)
  • Itinerary

    Transportation from your hotel or meeting point after noon Professional guided explanation along the way Bicycle or tricycle tour with a certified guide by the INAH Post- visit at Coba, you can choose between these two options: A. Ziplining across the lagoon and then swim in a beautiful Coba closed crystal clear cenote where you can practice diving and swimming B. Visit a Mayan community and participate in a pottery with ancient methods of Mayan handicrafts. Dinner on the second floor of the restaurant facing the lagoon where you will see the beautiful sunset and the reflection of the sun on it. Visit a dry cenote in the heart of the jungle where we present a fire show and ritual ballgame Transportation back to your hotel The transportations vary in time according to the working day

About Coba Sunset

Coba Sunset A fantastic tour that takes advantage of the afternoon in order to visit and climb the Nohoch Mul pyramid, the tallest of the Yucatan Peninsula, which overlooks entirely the jungle that surrounds this imposing structure located next to a legendary lake. The plain observed from the 42 meters high of this pyramid, allows you to discover the curvature of the Earth colored in a deep green. With this panoramic view over the horizon you can reach the sight of other cities and legendary pyramids in the Mayan world, even though they are located hundreds of miles away. A definitely unforgettable view. The guided tour of the ruins by bicycle or tricycle  is conducted by a certified guide by the INAH (National Institute of Anthropology and History) who will explain fascinating aspects about what life was like for  the mayan people in Coba, its extraordinary architectural skills and scope of communication by tens of elevated roads built to maintain contact with other cities. After the guided tour of Coba, you can choose between these two options included in your tour: A. Visit a Mayan village and take part in a pottery workshop following the ancient Maya techniques B. A zip-line crossing in the lagoon of Coba and then swim in one of the most beautiful cenotesnof the region. At the end of any of these two activities, we meet for dinner in front of the lagoon, watch the sunset with its wonderful reflection on the lake and eat traditional food which includes chicken or cochinita pibil between the variety of dishes, red wine, or flavored waters. Finally we have a night show especially prepared for our guests which includes a ball game as practiced by the Maya and a fire ritual presented in the natural setting of a cenote to revive in the very heart of the jungle, the fire ritual experience the ancient Maya staged by,  dances, plumes, ancient Maya musical instruments, incense and fire.

Inclusions

Round Trip and guide on the journey In the archaeological site: Inputs and water bottles and guided bicycle tour Dinner maya typical meal in the restaurant facing the lagoon, water and wine. * In case of choosing the option with zipline and cenote, both are included.    

Exclusions

Tips Photographs

What to bring?

  • Sandals
  • Photo camera
  • Swim suit
  • Cash for tips, pictures or souvenirs
  • Sun glasses
  • Towel
  • Water shoes - Highly recommended
  • \\\"Coba sunset was amazing, definetly the best tour in Riviera Maya\\\" - Sam and John

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