Animals in the ruins of Tulum
Tulum Mayan ruins
Mayan Ruins Tulum
Mayan ruins of Tulum
Tulum Archaeological Zone
Tulum ruins and beach
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Excursion Tulum, Cenote, Coba and Playa del Carmen

Explore Mayan ruins, swim in a cenote and visit Playa del Carmen.

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Riviera Maya
1 day
Spanish and English
Starts: From your hotel in Cancun or Riviera Maya or from the meeting point in Cancun between 5:00 and 6:10 am. [See all the meeting points and schedules in the Important Information section below].
Ends: Back to the same point of departure about 12 hours later.
Free cancellation!

Briefing

Have you ever dreamed of walking among ruins, surrounded by tropical white sand beaches or swimming in a Mayan cenote? If so, read on.

On the Tulum, Cenote, Coba and Playa del Carmen Excursion you will discover the Mayan archaeological sites with a professional guide and swim in a Mayan Cenote. And there's more! Relax under the sun in Playa del Carmen from the comfort of a hammock.

Want to know more? This is what your day will be like:

Tour details

Included

  • Transfer to and from the meeting points
  • Professional bilingual guide
  • Buffet lunch
  • Entrance fees to the archaeological sites of Tulum and Cobá
  • Entrance to the cenote
  • Free time in Playa del Carmen (not included if departing from Riviera Maya)
  • Mayan ceremony with a shaman

Not included

  • Government tax of 643 MXN per person ($39 USD approximately). Only credit card payment accepted.
  • Locker rental and vest (mandatory) in the cenote
  • Beverages

Important information

Pick up will take place at the indicated times at the following meeting points:

CANCUN

5:00 A.M. Bus stop at the Go Mart Villas del Rey supermarket, in front of the Crown Paradise Club Cancun Hotel.

5:20 A.M. Bus stop at the Beach Palace ® All Inclusive Resort Hotel.

5:40 A.M. Bus stop at Presidente Intercontinental Hotel.

5:50 A.M. Bus stop at Holiday Inn Las Perlas hotel.

6:10 A.M. Bus stop at Crazy Hot Coyote restaurant-discotheque.

⚠️ There are no meeting points in RIVIERA MAYA, only hotel pick up.

Remember to indicate the meeting point you have chosen in the Notes section of the reservation form.

If you want to enter the archaeological site with mobile devices (such as GoPro, professional cameras, selfie sticks and drones), you will have to pay an additional fee for each device at the ticket office, according to the government order.

Please note that if you select the "with pick-up" option, you will go through the different hotels picking up the rest of the passengers until you reach the meeting point where the activity starts. That is why the pick up time at your hotel in Cancun, Playa del Carmen or Riviera Maya will be early and you will be notified 12 hours before departure.

Cancellation policy

Free cancellation! If you cancel at least 48 hours before the tour starts, you will receive 100% of the amount paid. After this time, in case of no-show, no refunds will be made.

Tour itinerary

Excursion Tulum, Cenote, Coba and Playa del Carmen

Total duration: 12 hours

Pick up at meeting points

Sometimes getting up early during your vacation is worth it. You will be picked up at your hotel in Cancun or Riviera Maya and then at the meeting points indicated in the "Important Information" section, it is important that you arrive at yours 10 minutes before the scheduled time. Once the group is gathered, you will head to the archaeological site of Tulum.

Bus tour to Tulum

Tulum Ruins

You will arrive at one of the most famous Mayan cities, Tulum. You will visit the entire city, accompanied by your guide while learning about the culture and history of the Mayan people. The ruins of "El Castillo" on the coast of the Caribbean Sea will leave you speechless.

El Castillo Tulum

Kuxtal Mayan community and cenote

Afterwards you will visit the Kuxtal Mayan community where you will experience contemporary Mayan culture by interacting with the locals, learning about their traditions and customs. Then you can cool off and enjoy a swim in the Kuxtal Cenote. Cenotes are natural freshwater sinkholes formed by the erosion of limestone rock, and are unique in the Yucatan region. Enjoy the natural beauty of this cenote and relax swimming in its crystal clear waters. After the swim, it's time to have lunch and taste the local and typical dishes of the region.

Choo-Ha Cenote

Cobá Archaeological Zone

Later you will arrive at Cobá, another important Mayan archaeological site, known for housing the tallest pyramid in the Yucatán peninsula, Nohoch Mul. Here you can explore an extensive network of Mayan roads and several structures that are part of this ancient religious and ceremonial center.

cobá mayan pyramid

Playa del Carmen

As the last destination of the trip, you will enjoy free time in the famous Playa del Carmen, you can sunbathe, dive into the water or simply enjoy the breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea. The turquoise color of the sea will make you think you are in a Pirates of the Caribbean scenario. Have a drink and enjoy the sound of the waves and the views of the landscape from the comfort of the beach.

Tulum Beach

Return to Cancun and Riviera Maya

Although you will never want to leave this place... All good things come to an end! You will meet at the entrance of the archaeological site with the rest of the group to get back on the minibus. When the group is reunited, you will return to Cancun or Riviera Maya ending the Tulum, Cenote, Coba and Playa del Carmen Excursion.

Boat in Tulum

What to bring to Excursion Tulum, Cenote, Coba and Playa del Carmen

  • Sunglasses
  • Cap or hat
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Bathing suit and towel in case you want to swim at the beach during your free time.
  • Sunscreen and lipstick
  • Cash for possible additional expenses (Mexican pesos or US dollars).
  • Camera and camera
  • Snacks and drinks
  • Mosquito repellent

Where does the tour Excursion Tulum, Cenote, Coba and Playa del Carmen start

Choose the pick up in the city of your choice and don't forget to tell us your hotel as well. We pick you up and bring you back so you don't have to worry about anything.

Questions & Answers

  • Between the ruins of Tulum or Chichen Itza, which one is a must?

    They are two visits that are very difficult to compare and both are a must on your visit to Mexico. Both are world-famous Mayan ruins, but both the tourist attraction and the type of excursions are very different. In Tulum, you can visit the ruins and spend some free time on the beach, and by 6:00 p.m. you are already at your accommodation, so you can take advantage of the rest of the day to do other activities. Chichen Itza, also very famous, is worth visiting and you can combine it with a visit to a cenote. Our recommendation is that if you have the opportunity, make time in your schedule to do both activities because they are really worth it.
  • I am still not sure which meeting point I want to go to, can I call later?

    No problem! If you are sure about it, please indicate it in the notes section when you make the reservation. If you are still not sure, don't worry. When you decide, contact us.

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