Mayan Ruins Cona

Mayan Ruins Cona

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Coba Mayan Ruins

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Mayan Ruins of Coba in Yucatan peninsula

Mayan Ruins  a Cancun Day Trip from Riviera Maya

Mayan Ruins tour leave from Cancun and Riviera Maya to take you on a day trip to the stunning Mayan ruins of Coba. Climb to the top of the tallest pyramid in the Yucatan peninsula chronicled and social actualities about the aged group that called Coba home.

Visit the archeological ruins and pyramids of Coba

Climb to the top of Nohoch Mul and enjoy surrounding views of the Yucatan Peninsula

Hotel pickup and drop-off included

Coba is an ancient Mayan village in the Yucatan Peninsula

Peninsula state of Quintana Roo, located roughly 95 miles (170km) far from Cancun. With more than 50,000 occupants.

Coba had monetary control over the district, exchanging widely with other Mayan groups in what today is Mexico, Belize and Honduras. The main access to this once business city was through harsh stone and mortar streets, referred to in Maya as sacbe “white road”.

Surrounded by two large lagoons, Coba boasts archeological wonders and is home to the tallest pyramid of the Mayan Ruins in the Yucatan Peninsula: the Nohoch Mul Pyramid “Big”, which rises an impressive 140 feet (42 meters) above the rainforest floor. You can climb all the way to the top and revel in surrounding perspectives of miles of sustainability wilderness that encompasses the archeological site.

You’ll have approximately two hours of spare time at the site where you can explore on your own or stick with the expert local.

Bikes and pedicabs are accessible for rent (at an extra charge) to take a express sightseeing through the mayan ruins on wheels! After visiting the Coba zone, you’ll head to a local restaurant for an authentic Yucatan Mexico-style lunch (included in the tour price).

After lunch, you’ll stop at an authentic Mayan Village for an encounter with real mayans and interact with the villagers. You’ll have the chance to study the green flora and fauna and learn about Mexican customs, society and history straightforwardly from the mayans.

Bring your bathing suit along as you’ll also stop at a Cenote of fresh-water “sinkhole”, and jump at la mexicana style to cool down and freshen up!

Book from Riviera Maya a day excursions to Coba through Yucatan-Discounts.


Visa requirements

no visa

Languages spokenEnglish, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian
Currency usedUSD
Area (km2)52 km2

Sports & nature

Coba Mayan Ruins is a top must seesite for anyone curious about Mayas and their culture and history.
Every day excursions are organized that take you to Coba. You can see the famous maya ball game court in Coba arqueological site.

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Nightlife info

If you are in search of a Nightlife that is anything but cultural, you will not be disappointed--most beach parties start as early as the afternoon. The numerous bars and clubs on the beach provide a perfect way to release pent up stress. Playa del Carmen have great beaches and bars. However, the best party beach hands down remains at Blue Parrot and Coco Bongo.

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Culture and history info

During its history, Coba had around 52 thousand people, and was a vital part of the Mayan Empire. Cobá first settlements are from 100 BC, it is located in the Yucatan Peninsula.

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