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Coba, Tulum, and Cenote Tour from Playa del Carmen

Highlights
  • An action-packed, full-day combo tour covering Tulum and Coba
  • Enjoy guided visits of both archaeological sites, along with a cenote swim
  • End the day with free time to swim and sunbathe at a white-sand beach
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Coba, Tulum, and Cenote Tour from Playa del Carmen
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Overview

The ancient seaside city of Tulum is one of Mexico’s standout archaeological attractions, along with Coba, considered one of the greatest cities in Mesoamerican history. During this action-packed combo tour, you’ll tick off both world-famous historical sites in a single day. Along with a savory local lunch, you’ll also enjoy a refreshing cenote dip and free time along the white-sand beaches of the Mexican Riviera.

What to Expect

Most Yucatan tours focus on a single archaeological site at a time. In this exclusive, in-depth combo tour, you’ll get a rare opportunity to discover Tulum and Coba in a single day.

Tours are limited to small groups, guaranteeing an intimate visit. Depart from your Playa del Carmen hotel, enjoying a scenic and comfortable ride to the ancient port town of Tulum. Wander the 10th-century city with your guide, who will point out well-preserved wonders, such as the Temple of Frescoes and El Castillo.

Then head to Coba, a once-prosperous Mesoamerican metropolis that’s still home to the Yucatan’s tallest pyramid—climb it for panoramic jungle views. After a savory local lunch, head for a refreshing dip in a mineral-rich cenote, a swimming hole the Mayas considered sacred.

Lastly, visit the white-sand beaches of Tulum, where you’ll enjoy free time to frolic at your leisure along the spectacular Mayan Riviera.

Reviews (68)
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
A great small group day tour

I went on this tour in September 2017. As a solo traveller I wanted a tour that would give me a day tour to several locations with a small group. After being picked up from our hotels early in the morning, we visited the Tulum...More

Thank izzy555
Reviewed September 6, 2018 via mobile
Awesome Tour

We had Sergio as our tour guide. It was an extremely hot day, so I recommend taking a large rim hat or visor to Tulum. There is more shade in Coba. We elected to walk the trail. However, you can rent bikes or a bike...More

1  Thank NaturalChica4U
Reviewed August 26, 2018
Absolutely fantastic tour!

This was an incredibly well-organized and fun tour to Coba and Tulum! Everything was super punctual, from pick-up to drop-off times. Our tour was originally supposed to be in English, but after realizing that all in the party could speak Spanish (or at least understand...More

Thank Joy I
Reviewed July 31, 2018
Fantastic Trip

What a fantastic day trip this was. Our tour guide Robert O (Wolf) was fantastic. The trip was a very early start and Wolf had pastries, fresh coffee and juice ready and waiting on the coach for us in case anyone had missed breakfast. He...More

1  Thank amanda v
Reviewed July 28, 2018 via mobile
Super day out!

I booked this tour online via viatour website. It was a fantastic day out & great value for money in comparison to what we paid on other tours in the area. Our guide Alberto was brilliant. He was very knowledgable about the Mayan culture and...More

Thank Macmagner
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We booked advance on viator but there were others on our bus that booked through other companies.
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