Join a small guided group tour to the archaeological sites of Tulum and Coba, swim in a Cenote and relax on the beaches of Playa del Carmen!
You'll be picked up from your hotel or one of the meet-up points in Cancún.
Leaving in the early morning, you'll visit thearcheological site of Cobá, about 40 km inland from Tulum and 105 km from Playa del Carmen. This ancient Mayan city was the most powerful town in northern Yucatán, rivalling Chichen Itza, and covering an immense 70 km2. The presence of five local lakes and lagoons certainly favoured its development. Most of the site is still buried in tropical rainforest, and only the pyramids have been cleared. Among its highlights, you'll see the impressive Nohoch Mul temple, the tallest pyramid on the peninsula at a height of 42 metres.
Enjoy some free time before heading to one of the nearby Cenotes for refreshing dip. Cenotes are natural sinkholes created by the erosion of limestone and are partially filled with fresh water, making them superb natural pools. The Cenotes have become a must-see in the Yucatán Peninsula.
You'll then dig into a buffet lunch before heading off to the archeological site of Tulum. The ancient Mayan city of Tulum is on a clifftop overlooking the Caribbean Sea. This walled city was one of the few Mayan cities that the Spanish found inhabited when they landed in Central America.
You'll then be driven back to your hotel after a day of winding through the state of Quintana Roo!