Coba in the Yucatan Peninsula,
Its temples and pyramids hidden beneath a green rainforest with spider monkeys and butterflies.
Here you can see a restored “ball court” where a ceremonial game was played to the extreme out by Mayan men.
You can always cool down your thirst with ice-cold Corona beer and Tequila Mayan cofee served in an elaborate ritual that involves setting fire to the alcohol.
Coba archaeological jewel of the Yucatan Peninsula,
Wrapped in mysticism and majesty, was of great importance to the Maya Civilization; Coba the great metropolis, has the tallest pyramid in the area merging with the sky.
Round trip Transportation
Entrance to the Coba Mayan Ruins
Certificate guide in your language
Free time at the ruins
Lunch buffet (not drinks)
Mayan Encounter at a Village
You can explore the Coba Pyramid
Walk with an official tour guide in one of the most important Mayan cities: Coba, behold the pyramid Nohoch Muul the highest in the area.
The visit to Coba Mayan Village is an unforgettable experience.
Bear witness to ancient traditions and Mayan cultural heritage that still present in Yucatan Peninsula today. Mayans local families greet you at their village, letting people know their lifestyle, as regards to construction, hunting, agriculture, cuisine.