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Coba Sunset Tour with Mayan Villages or Ziplining Plus Show and Dinner

Highlights
  • Day trip to Coba with dinner and one of two activities
  • See Coba’s temples and stone pathways, and enjoy views from the top of a pyramid
  • Visit Maya villages and attend a ceramics class OR
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Coba Sunset Tour with Mayan Villages or Ziplining Plus Show and Dinner
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COBA SUNSET BUFFET DINNERMost Popular
IT INCLUDES, WINE AND A DELICIOUS REGIONAL BUFFET DINNER
USD 129.00
COBA SUNSET LOBSTER DINNER
It includes, wine and a delicious lobster dinner.
USD 159.00
Overview
This trip to Coba comes with a buffet dinner and your choice between two activities: a visit to Maya villages with a traditional ceramics class, or ziplining over the Coba Lagoon with a cenote swim. Before sunset, explore the archaeological site of Coba by bicycle on a 2-hour guided tour and climb Nohoch Mul, one of the region's tallest pyramids. Your dinner entertainment includes a live show of music, dance, theater, and a traditional Maya ball game. Bonus: Round-trip transport from Cancun and Riviera Maya hotels is included.
What to Expect
After pickup from your Cancun or Riviera Maya hotel between 11:30am and 1:30pm, travel with your small group of up to 15 people for about two hours to Coba, an ancient Maya city on the Yucatan Peninsula.
 
Upon arrival, hop on a bike for a 2-hour guided tour of the archaeological zone. Learn about the temples, winding stone pathways, and other landmarks. When you get to the top of Nohoch Mul, one of the region's tallest pyramids, take a selfie with the stunning view behind you.
 
Then, you get to choose whether you’d like to stay indoors or go outdoors in exploring more of Maya culture. Select from one of the two activities described below: a visit to Maya villages with a ceramics class, or a ziplining adventure over a lagoon with a swim in a cenote.
 
After your activity, settle in for a delicious buffet dinner, featuring regional specialties of lobster or chicken, rice, beans, pasta, sauces, fresh salad bread, and tortillas. Sip aguas frescas and wine, and for dessert, savor homemade flan.
 
As you enjoy your meal, watch a live show with music and dancing, an authentic Maya ball game, and an acted scene from the sacred Maya book, the Popol Vuh.
 
Your tour concludes with drop-off back at your hotel.
Reviews (57)
1 - 5 of 55 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
vacation 2018

Our tour guide Jesus was very knowledgeable and was super friendly. He was the best!! The tour was great. make sure you bring bug spray though.

Thank jweedman82
Reviewed 8 August 2018 via mobile
Awesome tour!

Our main tour guide Jesus (Chuy) was very friendly and knowledgeable. Be prepared for physical activity (cycling to the ruins, but climbing is optional). If you get too hot, the guides provide bottled water. After visiting the ruins you may choose to go on the...More

Thank cdf81
Reviewed 8 August 2018
Mayan interesting experience

We participated in the Coba sunset cultural expedition. The trip was perfect to avoid crowds and heat of the day. We purchased the tour with a guide, round trip van ride to pick us up at the hotel, visit the ruins, the Mayan village, dinner...More

1  Thank 004Stephanie
Reviewed 9 July 2018
Great tour, disappointing that zip line was not an option...

We had a great time on our tour led by Antonio (Tony) and Orlando the Driver. They picked us up at Vidanta at Noon and we were off to Coba. Ixmoja is a sight to behold and the climb was great. The sunset tour was...More

Thank JohnB16299
Reviewed 28 June 2018
Good Cultural Tour BUT beware of several things!

My summarized tips for this trip: (1) Make sure to bring a mosquito repellent. It's not in the brochure as what to bring items. (2) Coba park charges a fee if you bring a GoPro or other recording equipment such as camcorder or video camera....More

Thank J R
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