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Tulum Cobá Mayan Village

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7.00am – 6.00pm
Mayan site
Monday to Saturday
6 to 12 years old

This expedition from Playa del Carmen takes you to two of the most famous archeological sites in the Riviera Maya. During this intense day, you will live a privileged and authentic moment in the heart of the Mayan culture thanks to our guide * passionate about this civilization.

Visit the archeological site of Tulum, located at the edge of a cliff, it is a unique site offering a breathtaking view on the Caribbean sea.

Then head to Cobá, This archeological site has the highest pyramid of Yucatán. This temple also know as Nohoch Mul is elevated to 42 meters height.

After the discovery of those 2 legendary sites, head to a mayan community to taste a typical dish of the area cooked with vegetables from their own garden.

Cool off at the end of the day in a beautiful cenote surrounding the village.

The order of activities may vary depending on the organization of the day.

*Our tour agency select the best guides of Riviera Maya.

INCLUDED IN THE TOUR:

 Round trip transportation *
Snack and water
 Archeological guide
Lunch & drinks
Life jacket in the cenote

We will pick you up at your hotel in Playa Del Carmen. If your hotel is located outside Playa Del Carmen center or Playacar, additional transportation is possible.

RESTRICTIONS:

/!\ This tour is not recommended for people with heart or back problems and pregnant women.
/!\ The rise of the pyramid is recommended for people with a good physical condition.

Additional information

Process of the day

– Available on Wednesday
– Departure: approximately at 7.00 a.m
– Small group
– Visit of Tulum
– Visit of Cobá
– Free time on the ruins
– Mayan community
– Swimming in a cenote
– Return: approximately at 6.00 p.m

Did you know?

The word "Maya" comes from the word corn. Agriculture was very important for this civilization. Moreover, according to the Mayans, the man was created from an ear of corn.
The Popol Vuh, (the most important pre-Columbian text on the myths of this civilization), explains the main aspects of their religion.
Their creator god was Kukulcan, a famous feathered serpent, symbolized by the quetzal, a magnificent bird of the region.
During the great divinatory practices, the king and his court cut themselves in order to shed their blood to commune with their gods. These ceremonies were accompanied by sacrifices of animal and human.

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