Ruins of Coba, rappel and cenote swim

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WHAT MAKES THIS EXPERIENCE UNIQUE

  • Visit the ancient Mayan ruins of Coba
  • Climb the tallest Mayan pyramid in the Yucatan Peninsula and see an unforgettable view
  • Visit a secluded Mayan Village
  • Rappel down beautiful cenotes and across jungle canopy
  • Swim in underground caves
  • Take a jungle walk and learn about the surroundings
  • An incredible day for all types of adventurers

DESCRIPTION

Discover the mayan ruins of Coba, visit a mayan village, rappel and swim in hidden caves in the jungle

 This experience gives you the chance to combine rich cultural moments with incredible adventures. In this case your guide is a pioneer in ecotourism, sustainable development and has worked with the Mayan communities.
You will start the day visiting a secluded Mayan village located amongst natural lagoons, cenotes, and jungle. Here you will rappel down these beautiful cenotes and soar across the jungle canopy via zip lines. Then you will be able to swim in hidden underground caves and walk through the jungle with a professional guide who will teach you all about the natural fauna of the area. After enjoying all of these incredible experiences you will be served an authentic meal made of hand made tortillas and traditional food from the region.

 In the second stop they will take you to visit the ancient Mayan pyramids of Coba which are one of the worlds most impressive archeological sites. Because only a portion of the ruins have been uncovered it gives the pyramids a great undiscovered feeling. At the ruins you can climb to the top of the Nohoch Muul pyramid which is the tallest in the Yucatan Peninsula that offers a stunning view of the jungle. Another very interesting attraction at Coba are the Mayan Stelae and the Mayan Calendar which showed the end of the world in 2012.
 
This wonderful experience offers a little bit of everything including adventure, culture and nature. it is not to be missed.