Mayan inland expedition with Coba and Punta Laguna
Attractions & guided tours

Mayan inland expedition with Coba and Punta Laguna

Free cancellation
Language: English , Italian , French , Spanish , German
Availability: See calendar
Mobile voucher accepted
Duration: up to 9 hours
Do this because
  • Learn about the Mayan past and present
  • Enjoy the nature of the Peninsula of Yucatan in a very active day
  • Taste traditional Mayan food in a local village
  • Great for the entire family
What to expect

Enjoy a full-day tour to visit Cobá and Punta Laguna nature reserve.

The ancient Mayan city of Cobá was once a metropolis of the northeastern Yucatán. The city was built around a series of small lakes. There are five main architectural groups distributed around the lakes connected by an impressive network of ancient white roads. The temple known as Nohoch Mul is 42m tall and provides an inspiring view over the jungle. After the visit to Cobá, you will go to Nuevo Durango, a Mayan village where you have lunch in the house of a Mayan family. You will meet Don Manuel and his lovely family to experience the living Mayan culture, and taste the traditional food.

Then, you will go to the Punta Laguna nature reserve. Admire impressive lagoons, a cenote with crystal water, and a semi-deciduous jungle. There is extraordinary biodiversity of flora (over 300 species) and fauna (potential habitat for over 300 species of birds and many other species with a special protection status such as the jaguar, puma, ocelot, white-tailed deer, red-brocket deer and many more).

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What's included
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off in hotels located in Tulum Town and Tulum Beach
  • Transportation in an air-conditioned van
  • Guide
  • All entrance fees
  • All activities in Punta Laguna
  • Bicycle in Coba
  • Guidance in Coba
  • Lunch in a Mayan village
  • Snacks and drinks
What's not included
  • Pick-up and drop-off service in hotels outside Tulum
Reduced price
  • Children (age 0-7)
Where

Mexico Kan Tours Office: Avenida Tulum S/N, between Orion and Calle Centauro Sur, Centro, 77760 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico

Meeting point:

You will coordinate your pick-up time and location directly with the local operator. You will find their contact information on the voucher after booking

What to remember
  • Please arrange the pick-up place and time directly with the local operator. You will find their contact information on the voucher after booking. Please note: Pick-up is included in the price for the immediate Tulum area, an extra fee will apply for pick-ups outside of Tulum. If you don't want to book a door-to-door service you will have to go to the local operator's office on the day of the tour
  • Comfortable clothes and shoes recommended. Bathing suit, sunglasses, towel, binoculars, sunblock (preferably biodegradable) hat, and some cash
  • Please note that there are no ATM machines in the area, nor do any of the vendors accept credit cards
  • The use of safety vests is required in all boat tours (provided by the tour provider)
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When
  • Please refer to the calendar for updated starting times and availability
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Provider
Mexico Kan Tours
Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the activity begins.

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