Hike in the Jungle
Hike in the Jungle
Bike tour in CobaAncient Mayan center archaeological site
Visit to Nohoch Mul pyramidCoba’s ancient Mayan ruins – the tallest temple pyramid on the Yucatan Peninsula – 137 feet in height;
Visit to Punta Laguna Nature Reservespider and howler monkey observation;
Cenote Las CalaverasEntering the largest underwater grave ever found – filled with artifacts;
Canoe trippaddle across the vast blue lagoon
Zipline adventure300m long zip-line over the water through the jungle
Hike through the jungleGuided tour with all the curious archaeological facts;
Mayan ceremony & Sacred cenote visitafter a Mayan ceremony we will ask for permission to enter the sacred compound
|Ground Tour||Prices in USD / per person||Tour Duration|
|Day Tour to Punta Laguna, Coba, Cenote Calaveras & more||$150||8am – 4pm|
Coba or Cob Ha—dar means abundant water – it is an ancient Mayan center, home to the tallest and oldest Mayan pyramid in Mexico, located between 5 lagoons. We’ll take a bike tour along the 2km between the site entrance and the Nohoch Mul pyramid, passing through different interesting points inside the Archaeological complex.
Punta Laguna is one of the biggest lagoons in Riviera Maya, forming part of the protected zones of the Yucatan Peninsula, mainly dedicated to the investigation and preservation of primates such as spider monkeys and howler monkeys, among all the other protected species, like jaguars. The local Mayans are part of such programs inside the reserve known as Otoch Maax yetel Coh — the house of the monkey and the puma.
Cenote Las Calaveras (Skulls cenote) is unique as it holds the world largest watery grave. The ancient Mayas used the cenote as a cemetery and sacred human sacrifice spot. Divers and archaeologists discovered more than 100 human skulls and skeletons. Visitors can snorkel or dive.
Then, we’ll walk through a perfect path in Punta Laguna to admire free-roaming spider monkeys, crocodiles, pumas, coati, tropical birds. Then you grab a canoe and paddle across the lagoon until you reach the point where you’ll be doing a 300m long zip-line over the water through the jungle. In another path, we walk up to the cenote, after a Mayan ceremony to ask for permission to enter the sacred compound.