Tulum + Cobá
Tulum is undoubtedly one of the must-see places, while you are in Cancun or the Riviera Maya, do not miss the opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful Mayan ruins in the world. The archaeological zone of Tulum is located just 140 km from Cancun and 70 km from Playa del Carmen, in a privileged place, of all the Mayan ruins, perhaps these are the most charming because they are on the edge of the majestic Caribbean sea with the different shades of blue that make swimming in them as well as enjoying beautiful views on the cliffs makes it a magical experience.
Coba is a very nice place to visit. There are two kilometers that you have to walk from the entrance to the pyramid, but it is a quite wooded path so it is not so overwhelming, anyway, you can do it by bicycle, large trees on the side of the road allow you to walk or ride a bicycle without the sun disturbing The pyramid is the highest in the region and the ONLY one that can be climbed today, is a magnificent archaeological site located deep in the jungle 173 km. from Cancun. It is distinguished by the Nohoch Mul pyramid, the highest in northern Yucatan. All of it is an enigma, since it rises above the jungle where it is found.
After a guided tour with a detailed explanation of the well-preserved pre-Hispanic structures of the archaeological sites, you can swim in a beautiful underground cenote
8 hrs approx.
4 years minimum
[icon name="cubes" class="" unprefixed_class=""] Moderate level