Coba ruins and Snorkeling in Cenote Private Tour
One of the best things about the Riviera Maya is that it is home to an abundance of historical and natural attractions that can be combined to create a one-of-a-kind day trip. This all-inclusive Coba ruins tour combines the archaeological wonders of Coba, which was the largest Maya city during the civilization’s Classic period, with the beauty of snorkeling in a cenote.
Our private tour begins with a morning visit to Coba, which we try to organize so that you can avoid the crowds as much as possible and better enjoy your experience.
Once you arrive, your professional tour guide will take you to see all of Coba’s most interesting features. Not only will your guide take you for a bike ride through the jungle, but you’ll also be able to climb to the top of Coba’s famous step pyramid, which is one of the tallest Maya pyramids in the Yucatán Peninsula! You’ll definitely want to have your camera with you in order to take photos of the area from the top.
After you’re done visiting all of the many exciting archaeological sites at Coba, including the famous Maya ball court, we’ll head to the jungle to go snorkeling in cenote. Cenotes are beautiful underground caverns that were naturally formed by rainwater eroding limestone over centuries. In addition to containing fascinating natural features like stalactites and stalagmites, they’re also a great place for beginners to go snorkeling since the water inside them is calm.
We’ll provide all of the snorkeling equipment you need, plus your trained guide will be with you every step of the way in case you need help. Finally, after exploring the cenote and relaxing in its cool water for a while, we’ll end our tour by stopping for a traditional lunch at a local restaurant.