- 10 hours (Approx.)
- Hotel pickup offered
- Mobile ticket
Enjoy this amazing one day combo tour as you visit Coba Ruins, Cenote Choha, Tulum Ruins and the beautiful Paradise Beach. You'll have an amazing experience as you cover these fantastic places in one day. Your tour includes lunch, a professional guide and transport.
- Excellent value for money
- Small group ensures personal service
- All entrance fees included
- Buffet lunch included
- Free drinks included
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Lunch - Buffet lunch
- Professional guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Transport by air-conditioned minivan
- Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
Traveler pickup is offered
Pick up will be at all Hotels and vacation rentals accommodation of Riviera Maya area and Cancun. We give you pick up time after your confirmation book.
Hotel pickups commence prior to this time, you must contact the local service provider to verify your exact pickup time.
Wednesdays and Saturdays
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Pass By: Zona Arqueologica de Coba, Coba, Yucatan Peninsula
Pass By: Tulum Archaeological Site, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula
Pass By: Playa Paraiso, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula
Pass By: Mayan Riviera Tours- Day Tours, Playa del Carmen, Yucatan Peninsula
Pass By: Cenotes Tamcach-Ha & Choo-Ha, Coba, Yucatan Peninsula
Hotel pick-up is offered for this tour. Note: if you are booking within 24 hours of the tour/activity departure time, we cannot guarantee hotel pick-up. Once your purchase is complete, we will send you complete contact information (phone number, email address, etc.) for our local operator to organize pick-up arrangements.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
This Day Trip which included Coba and Tulum ruins and a swim in a gorgeous cenote and an outstanding lunch was made so great because of Joel our guide. Javier the driver was right on time to pick us up and somehow got us to each destination before the crowds rolled in. We could leave our things in the van because he was always there. But Joel - our guide, wow, he really knows everything about Mayan culture and more than that was able to deliver all the information in such an interesting way. Everyone on the tour commented how amazing he was. It was the highlight of our trip and I hope to see him again on another tour. Joel made us realize how much there us to explore down here even though this is my seventh time to Mexico.
This excursion was AMAZING! You get to Coba and the Cho Ha Cenote before all the crowds! The Coba ruins are spectacular, we literally took over 200 pictures during the excursion. This is a must do excursion you will not be disappointed. We had a small group of 12 people, led by Pancho who was the best! The tour was in English and Pancho did an amazing job as the only other Spanish speaking person on the excursion was my boyfriend who speaks English as well, so he didn't let on he could speak Spanish so everyone else could enjoy. We chose to bike ride through the jungle so we could see as much of Coba as possible, climbing the holy mountain which is very high. Wear good sneakers and workout type clothes for this trip you will be drenched in sweat, bring your bathing suit and I would suggest bringing an additional change of clothes to change into after the swim in the cenote to change into. The Cho Ha Cenote was so tranquil and refreshing after trekking through the jungle. Our group was the only ones there along with one other couple, we had the whole cenote to ourselves, no crowds what so ever, I could have stayed there another hour! The spiral stairs to get down into the cenote and back out do get very slippery. Tulum was gorgeous and so well preserved, lots of iguanas everywhere, they do not bother you they just lay in the sun, but if you are scared of lizards like my BFF just a forewarning. Relaxing at Paradise Beach was nice, we got coconut water that they serve you the whole coconut with a straw in it, then they cut it open for us to eat the coconut meat! We also ordered bacon wrapped shrimp there that were seasoned with a little bit of spice that was divine! Mexico has a seaweed problem right now so there is a lot of seaweed pretty much on every beach but there is a shower available there to clean the salt and such off after a swim in the ocean! If you can do only one excursion I would highly recommend this one and ask for Pancho!!!
This was an informative tour. We learned a lot and had a wonderful experience. The tour involves a lot of walking, so make sure you wear comfortable shoes.
Absolutely worth it!!!!! I had the most amazing day, honestly no complains. From hotel pick up to Coba ruins, to Cho ha Cenote, to lunch, to Tulum ruins, to paradise beach and then back to the hotel it was a beautiful experience. our driver and guide Hores not sure I spelt that right where awesome, very attentive and knowledgeable. the sights are definitely worth seeing. Climbing the Coba ruin was an EXPERIENCE. I advise you do this one as I heard visitors will soon be stopped from climbing the Coba ruins like they have done at Chichen Itza.
I only wish we spend more time at Paradise beach ...but even I was tired by then. It is definitely a WHOLE DAY affair. You'll be tired at the end but everything was definitely worth my time.
Totally recommend this tour, Joel one of our tour guides was very nice, funny and really kept us interested. You get to Coba ruins very early and you have the option to rent a bicycle for around 3 and you can explore by yourself or you can just stay with the group. Tulum was beautiful too! Just make sure to bring comfortable/closed shoes, water the tour opperator offers free refreshments I do not recomend this for kids under 12 years old since there is a lot of walking. We had a beautiful experience
This tour was amazing. Our tour guide Poncho was wonderful...very knowledgeable and answered any questions that we asked. The bus picked us up on time from our hotel and we arrived at Coba before the crowds started. Coba was awesome, nice to be so close up to the ruins. Then off to the cenote with its Crystal clear water. After swimming in the cenote we took a short drive to a restaurant for lunch which was very good. The Tulum ruins were different than the cobra ruins but also worth the visit. The day ended with time on the beach with a very fun outdoor bar. I highly recommend this tour. I would like to thank Poncho and our friendly bus driver for making this tour so enjoyable.
Everything about the tour was great, highly recommended for anyone looking for a great but long and action-packed. Our guide was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic, and the ruins especially Coba and the Cho Ha were highlights of my trip but be prepared for lots of stairs and walking as a lot is packed into one day.
The trip is amazing and the guide Mundo made it even more wonderfull!
Loved it! Great tour guide and driver! Saw a lot in one day and didn't miss anything!
Coba ruins impressive and guide Alex did a superb job in describing the Mayan culture and practices. The Cho Ha cenote was interesting and the water strikingly clear. Tulum was awesome, but ruins access is restricted by rope barriers. Unfortunately, trip to Paradise beach was rained out, but tour guide arranged safe transport back to our resort.
Fantastic trip! You get to do so much in one day! It is a long day, but it well paced so it is not exhausting. Joel our guide and Javier the driver took great care of us. Joel loves sharing his knowledge and passion and it makes the trip fascinating. He is equally good at explaining the logistics of the day so you have an overview, pointing out the bathrooms, describing choices when there are some, and joining in the fun swimming at the cenote. We were given an easy meeting spot after we took the ferry over from Cozumel and Joel was there to greet us at the appointed time. We rode in a very comfortable air conditioned van to the different places. I really liked getting to Coba early to avoid the crowds and Joel gave us a lot of interesting history and facts about the ruins. Next we were off to a fun swim in the underground cenote with stalactites and stalagmites - a beautiful and unusual place. There was a place to change into your swim suit so that you didn't need to wear it all day. Be sure to bring a towel. Lunch at the buffet gave us a chance to refuel and recharge and was on in upstairs open air restaurant. Next we drove to Tulum - the beautiful ruins overlooking the ocean. Coba had been in the jungle - this ruin is on a bluff over the sea. Joel shared more interesting facts and history about this place. Our final stop was at Paradise Beach where you can play in the water, walk around to the different restaurants and bars, or just hang in a hammock with a beer. The tour lasted from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for us - so yes, it's a long day but we found it filled with interest, variety, and opportunities to rest. I would highly recommend it! My 26 year old daughter said of Joel - he is so passionate and interesting you just want to listen to every word. We were there in January and the weather was very pleasant for being outdoors most of the day
Overall a wonderful day. This was a lot to fit into one day, but it was done at a comfortable pace without feeling too hurried. Pickup at our hotel in Playa del Carmen was at 6:45 am. Got a box breakfast from hotel. We picked up other travellers at a couple of other hotels in PdC. The tour group was about 20 people, which filled the small airconditioned bus. Guide Edmundo Mundo Carvallo was informative and entertaining driver Javier del Angel was friendly too. Mundo called us his family for the day, and he did a nice job of making the group feel cohesive. Hour and a half drive to Coba. We walked from the site entrance to the main pyramid, pausing at sites along the way. We hired a pedicab at a stand just inside the gate for one of our party who wasn't up for the walk. This worked out well. The site at Coba is covered with vegetation which gives an Indiana Jones feel to the place. Saw monkeys in the jungle canopy and large termite nests in the trees. We climbed the pyramid and got great pictures from the top. We were told that in the near future visitors will not be able to climb on the ruins. Spent about 3 hours at Coba. One could easily spend much longer exploring the park, but this visit gave a good feel. After Coba we stopped at a nearby cenote to swim underground. There were changing rooms, but we wore bathing suits under our clothes so we were ready! Visitors are expected to shower in your suit at a shower house outside the entrance before entering the cenote. Stairs through a fairly small entrance led down to a wonderful fresh-water pool in a cavern, illuminated with a few lights. Swimming in the cavern was magical. There were even small catfish in the water! Our group were the only visitors when we were there. Lunch was a nice buffet at a nearby restaurant that clearly catered to groups. Then we got back on the bus and drove back to Tulum. Mundo guided us through the ruins at Tulum, which are situated on a bluff above the ocean. My wife and I had visited 40 years earlier--more people now, but still beautiful. There were a lot of large iguanas roaming the grounds and posing on the ruins and a family of coati hanging out near the inner wall. The Tulum tour involves maybe 1/2 mile of walking. After leaving Tulum we went a few minutes down the road to a lovely beach. 5 minute walk from bus to beach. There are some casual food and drink places along the beach. We patronized the smoothie stand along the path to the beach. We had about an hour to hang out on the beach, then headed back to Playa del Carmen, arriving about 6:00 pm. Our group included ages 15 to 64, and all found the trip interesting. Others on the tour were mostly in their 20s and 30s.
Poncho and Javier led our tour. Poncho is an expert on Mayan culture and educated us on all aspects of the tour.
Coba Ruins is something everyone travelling to the Riviera Maya region should experience. It is an ancient Mayan city with lots of ruins you can get up close to including climbing the temple pyramid. The climb is quite steep and some might find it difficult. The climb back down takes some nerve and bravery.
The cenote swim was a nice stop after Coba and provides a chance to cool off in crystal clear water. The cenote has shallow and deep water so there is a chance for everyone to participate.
Lunch was buffet style with a free drink beer, water or soda. Food was decent. The cake was especially good.
Tulum ruins were also very informative led by lots of education from Poncho. Tulum is much busier and more developed than Coba but definitely worth seeing.
It was raining during our tour so we skipped the beach but instead spent some time at the shops in Tulum.
Overall this was an enjoyable trip at a great value.
We had an amazing time with Alfonso as our guide! Poncho made us feel at ease immediately; very knowledgeable and personable! Absolutely brilliant day, super dynamic - From bike riding in Cobá, swimming in the cenote, visiting Tulum and finishing up drink in hand on Paradise Beach! A must do tour!
I would recommend this tour for those who have a spirit of curiosity and like outside exploration. It was raining the day of the tour, but I was still picked up on time and the tour went on as scheduled. Coba was beautiful we hiked about 20 minutes to the first temple and a few of us opted to the climb the 120 ft structure to the top it was awesome. The Cenote and Tulum were beautiful too. We did not swim at the beach because of the rain, but I would go back. Alfonso and Javier our guide and driver were extremely friendly and knowledgeable. They provided water for us throughout the day and offered several opportunities to use the restroom! Wear tennis shoes and check the weather!
This was a very good tour with Joel as our tour guide and Javier as our van driver. Joel clearly presented the history and facts of the sites we visited, and he spoke in a loud clear voice so he was easy to understand! Everything about this trip was worthwhile: the two ruins sites, the buffet lunch, the cenote, and the time at the beach. Overall, well worth the money and a memorable tour.
Perfectly organized time to visit everything in one day. We really enjoyed the tour. Also the idea of visiting cenote between two archelogical sites was really good. Friendly and skilled guide and driver. Thank you.
It was a great tour. Learned so much information and they gave us plenty of time to explore the grounds and swim at the cenote and beach.
Our day trip was managed by Mayan Riviera Tours and lead by Joel and Pancho and our driver was Saul. The whole experience from beginning to end was amazing. The excursion was everything we expected and more. We appreciated their patience and understanding with our group. They interacted with us in a great way and were well informed. I would definitely recommend this tour and company.