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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 (70)
1 - 5 of 37 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fun and fantastic tour!

This tour was so much fun! We ended up in a small group of only 6 and it was fantastic! Sergio was the best guide and Javier was a great driver. Great conversations, tips, and local information. Heads up: bring your good walking or hiking...More

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank Lacey V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Playa Del Carmen with young kids

Took my wife, and two young kids to Playa Del Carmen with day trips to Coba, Cozumel and Tulum. We had a great time, we did Coba and Tulum in a 10 hr. all day trip. We hired a private tour from Cenote Azul, our...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Andrew B
Reviewed 5 November 2018
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

Date of experience: December 2017
Thank izzy555
Reviewed 6 September 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 27 August 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

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Joy I
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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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