Description of Coba Cenote
Visit the Coba archaeological site, Mayan vestiges boasting the Yucatan Peninsula´s tallest pyramid. Here, you are allowed to climb up to the top of the pyramid and get to admire extraordinary views of the ruins.
Once arriving in Rancho Santa Cruz, you will get the chance to dive in for a refreshing swim in the Dzonot Wayak cenote (natural sinkhole).
This experience includes 1 h 50 min in Coba, 1 h in the cenote, a regional buffet lunch, bilingual guide, and roundtrip transportation.
General information of Coba Cenote
Wednesday and Sunday from hotels in Riviera Maya
What is Included Coba Cenote
-Buffet meal accompanied with one bottled beverage (water, soft drink, or beer)
-One bottle of water after the tour in Coba
What is Not Included Coba Cenote
-Transportation in the ruins (train, bicitaxis, bikes, etc.)
-Use of non-professional video recorders in the archaeological site (MXN $45)
Recommendations of Coba Cenote
-Comfortable clothes and walking shoes
-Change of clothes
-Extra cash for tips (optional) and souvenirs
-Cap or hat
-Biodegradable sunscreen and insect repellent
Regulations of Coba Cenote
This tour is not suitable for people in wheelchair or with recent surgeries
-Minimum age to participate: 3 months
-Infants under the age of 3 pay no fee, but must travel on their parents´ lap
-Minors aged 4 to 11 pay the child rate
-To use video recorders (cell phones, tablets, or digital cameras) in the archaeological site, you must purchase a permit at the ticket office
Policies of Coba Cenote
Full refund will apply in the following cases:
1. When the service is canceled by the supplier.
2. Due to illness, presenting a doctor's report.
3. The Cancellation or date change is made prior to 11:00 am the day before the service.
No refunds will apply:
1. If the client does not show on the date and time of service.