Coba Sunset

Riviera Maya
Duration

Description of Coba Sunset

First you will visit the pyramid of Coba which is the tallest in the Yucatan Peninsula with its amazing height, as it is located in the middle of the majestic Mayan jungle and surrounded by beautiful lagoons. The tour is guided through the ruins by bicycle or bike-taxi (the bike-taxi is a tricycle in which a person takes you through the trails of Coba) which makes it unique. All the time a guide certified by the INAH (National Institute of Anthropology and History) will be with you. He will show you 2 Ballgame sites, 2 Pyramids, the observatory, and several very important stelae, among other structures.

After the bike or rickshaw tour of Coba, visit a Mayan Village where you will participate in a pottery workshop where the guide will teach you the techniques of Mayan pottery (the material is included and you can take your souvenir piece). You will also meet Melipona bees endemic to the region and you will be able to taste a tortilla made by hand by Mayan women. Or you can choose to swim in an impressive ancestral cenote cavern to fill yourself with energy.

At the end of the activities, we meet for dinner in front of the main lagoon of Coba with a delicious buffet of typical food from the region that offers chicken or pibil pork, rice, beans, spaghetti, salad and homemade desserts. Includes red wine, white wine or flavored water. You can add lobster to your menu. During dinner you will witness a representation made by authentic Mayans which is based on a passage from the Mayan sacred book Popol Vuh, in which the mythical divine twins defeat the lord of the underworld in the ball game.

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General information of Coba Sunset

Tuesday and Thursday
Transportation available from hotels in Cancun and Riviera Maya

What is Included Coba Sunset

Shared transportation, tickets, guide, bicycles, dinner show with red wine and regional buffet, bottled water for tour in the Archaeological Zone, visit to the Mayan village, swim in a cenote and life jacket

What is Not Included Coba Sunset

Children 0-4 years old must pay $25.00 USD
Tricycles, towels, soft drinks, bottled water, and beers during dinner.
100 pesos p/p of ejidal tax.

Recommendations of Coba Sunset

Shared transportation
INAH Certified Guide
Water bottles

Regulations of Coba Sunset

-The pick up varies depending on the location of the hotel, we suggest you communicate 24 hours before your tour to reconfirm your schedule.

Cancelation policies of Coba Sunset

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.

Rates

LOMAS TRAVEL

Menú Cultural Regional

Adults
USD $ 129
Children
USD $ 99
Total:
USD $ 258 258
LOMAS TRAVEL

Menu Langosta Cultural

Adults
USD $ 159
Children
USD $ 129
Total:
USD $ 318 318