Enjoy climbing ancient Mayan temples, riding bicycles, zip-lines, cliff jumping and more!
My Mayacoba Tour combines two of the most adventurous locations in the Riviera Maya. Spend the morning exploring in the jungle and amaze yourself with this adrenaline filled experience. This tour experience ends with a delicious authentic Mayan lunch, one of our favorite culinary experiences!
The ancient temples at Coba are located inside the lush jungle of the Yucatan. The main structure called Nohoch Mul is one of the few ruins that you can still climb all the way to the top. This 42 meter (138 feet) pyramid is the tallest found in the Mayan Riviera. The view from the top is worth the 120 step climb. We provide a bicycle taxi ride (pedicab) or bicycle rentals to explore the vast site of Coba and its large network of limestone roads called sacbes.
After exploring the ruins at Coba, we will take you to a beautiful Eco-park called Tankah Pueblo, also known as The Mayan Village, where you will be able to Zip-line, canoe on the largest open-air Cenote in the Mayan Riviera and cliff jump into the refreshing crystal-clear waters. You will be marveled by the Cenotes which are flooded limestone sink-holes with crystalline fresh water surrounded by nature. Visit an authentic village where we will share our traditional flavors with you, enjoying a delicious Mayan lunch prepared onsite by the locals.
My Mayacoba Tour is the perfect excursion where culture, nature and thrilling activities are combined to offer you an unforgettable day!
Rates are per person in US Dollars. Tax included. Hotel pick-ups inside the Playa del Carmen area are included. Additional transportation charges may apply per vehicle depending on hotel location: Maroma/Paraiso beach (+$40), Tulum or Puerto Morelos (+$50), Petempich/Moon Palace (+$60), Cancun (+$80), Playa Mujeres (+$90).
*The Mayan Lunch is prepared by local hands with fresh and clean ingredients and includes the following: delicious fresh guacamole, hand-made tortillas for Tacos, Pollo Pibil (pulled chicken), Poc-Chuc (grilled pork), white rice, black beans, various vegetables to prepare your own salad, fresh fruits and hibiscus ice tea or fresh fruit water (Mexican ‘aguas frescas’). Observe closely and learn how they make soft-corn tortillas.
Relaxing and swimming in a Cenote
Visiting the Mayan Village
*The tour schedule is an example and will be customized according to the location of your hotel and group size. The exact pick-up time will be confirmed by email during the booking process.