Maya intensive: Private Excursion to Coba, Tulum and Cenote

1 Ratings
Duration 8 hours
Difficulty medium
Max. participants 12
Language Englisch, Spanisch, German


Maya intensive: Private Excursion Coba, Tulum and Cenote Experience the most important sights and attractions of the Riviera Maya on our private excursion to Coba and Tulum: The best combination of Mayan ruins and swimming in cenotes.

  • Archaeological Site Coba: Climb the pyramid Nohoch Mul and enjoy magnificent views from above. Coba is one of the most important classical centers of the Maya on the Yucatan peninsula and was well connected with other Mayan sites.
  • Archaeological Site Tulum: Explore the archaeological site of Tulum, spectacular situated on cliffs above the ocean. Tulum is the only Mayan site by the sea. Making fantastic postcard-like scenes, the temples and palaces are among the most photographed attractions of the Riviera Maya.
  • Cenotes: Enjoy fresh water with mystical stalactite and stalagmite formations. We swim in an underground limestone cave in the middle of the jungle.

Starting from just two participants, enjoy your Private Excursion to Coba, Tulum and a cenote.


Our excursion Coba, Tulum and cenote includes

  • Private transportation
  • English speaking guide
  • Water
  • Pick up from your hotel or any agreed meeting point.
  • 8 hours tour from Playa del Carmen.
  • Entrance fee for the archeological sites Coba and Tulum
  • Detailled tour in the archeological site of Coba and Tulum
  • Lunch (Drinks are not included)
  • Entrance fee cenote
  • Max. 12 Participants

Excluded features

  • Food and drinks
  • Tips


Maya Intensive: Private Excursion to Coba, Tulum and Cenotes: Archeological site Coba – archeological site Tulum – Swim in Cenotes

This Private Excursion to Coba and Tulum is one of the best Riviera Maya Tours and an excellent combination of the most beautiful Riviera Maya attractions. From our meeting point we take you straight to the archeological sites Coba and Tulum. Explore the history of the ancient Maya and swim in freshwater cenotes.

Private Excursion to Tulum: Mayan Ruins Coba

From Playa del Carmen, it takes about 1.5 hours to get to Coba. There we take cycle rickshaws and discover the Mayan road system Zak Beh. It connects various ceremonial centers and a temple pyramid 42 meters (140 feet) high. Those who are not afraid of heights can climb the pyramid Nohoch Mul and enjoy a fantastic view over the jungle. At the top there is a small room for ceremonies and an altar. The Mayan Ruins Coba are among the most impressive Mayan structures on the Yucatan Peninsula and home to many archaeological treasures.

Private Excursion to Tulum: Mayan Ruins Tulum

The amazing Mayan ruins of Tulum are situated right next to the ocean!! The original name of the once important Maya site was "Zama", which means "sunrise". Tulum was at its height between 1200 and 1400 AD and was built as a trade port. High walls protected three sides of the city, the east side was sheltered by the ocean.

Explore the archeological site of Tulum and learn more about the Mayan culture, the meaning of religion and their well developed knowledge. Take amazing pictures of the Mayan ruins, we'll show you the best places.

Private Excursion to Tulum: Swim in Cenotes

After visiting the archaeological site of Tulum, we stop at a private cenote park (limestone caves filled with fresh water). This park allows for a swim in different cenotes, open waters and caves. Expect to see breathtaking stalactite formations and to swim in a cave. Immerse at refreshing 21 degrees / 70 Fahrenheit and enjoy this amazing piece of nature. In the middle of the tropical jungle, we understand the deep meaning of cenotes for the ancient Maya.

Meeting place

From your hotel or an agreed meeting point

What should I bring?

  • Light clothes and comfortable shoes
  • Swimwear and things to change
  • Towel
  • Sun glasses
  • Sun hat
  • If necessary a light rain coat
  • Sun protection:
  • Please use only biodegradable sunscreen in the Yucatan peninsula and help to protect corals and water quality. In the cenotes, you may not apply sunscreen, if needed, you may use a rash or shirt.
  • Camera, charged
  • Tips
  • Water
  • Money for souvenirs, food and drinks
  • Tips

More Information

Cancellation policy

  • With the reservation we charge a deposit of $ 10 per person. We keep these as administration fees for "no-show" guests.

In the following situation we refund the deposit:

  • Cruise ships cancel their stay on Cozumel
  • Cancellation of vacation (Please let us know at least two weeks before the excursion)

If you have to cancel the excursion for whatever reason, we ask for to be informed immediately. If we are able to sell your reservation elsewhere, we will refund the deposit.

With the reservation we need a contact number to be able to inform you about possible changes.

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Amazing tour by Linda S.

We went from Cozumel and this tour was well worth the traveling. The combination of two Mayan sites with a cenote is just awesome.