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SIDE TRIPS TO THE COBA RUINS

Experience Coba, one of the biggest Mayan Ruins sites in the Yucatan of Mexico, with our exciting selection of tours and excursions from Playa del Carmen!  Coba was one of the largest Mayan cities, with over 50,000 people once living here.  The huge ruins site stretches over 80 square kilometers, but much of the site has not been cleared from the jungle yet.  Coba is the most recently discovered ruins site in the area, and, along with Ek Balam, is the only great pyramid left that you can still climb to the top, affording you towering views over the Mayan jungle.  Our Coba tours are fun, exciting, and filled with Mayan culture.

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Coba: A Mayan Encounter
Mon - Sat from 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM
11 Hrs - Adults $125.00 Kids $98.00
   
Coba: Mayan Sunset
M-W-Sa from 1:00 PM to 10:00 PM
9 Hrs - Adults $107.00 Kids $80.00
   
Mayan Village Tour Coba: Mayan Villages
Mon - Sat from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
9 Hrs - Adults $116.00 Kids $89.00
   
Private Coba Express
Daily on Your Schedule!
6 Hours - $290.00 For 1-8 People
Coba & Monkey Sanctuary
Tues & Fri from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM
9 Hrs - Adults & Kids $123.50
   
Tulum & Coba: Mayan City
W-F-Su from 7:30 AM to 6:30 PM
11 Hrs - Adults $81.00 Kids $55.00
   
Private Tulum & Coba
Daily on Your Schedule!
10 Hours - $330.00 For 1-8 People
   
Mayan Ruins More Mayan Ruins Tours
Chichen Itza, Tulum, Coba, Ek Balam.  Many tours to choose from!
      

Our Advice: The Mayan Encounter is an award-winning tour, one of our most popular intimate Mayan Experiences.  We offer the only tour to include the Coba Dinner Show as well!

COBA EXCURSIONS FAQ's

Q: I'M ON A CRUISE SHIP - CAN I DO THESE TOURS?
A: You'll need to do the Private Coba Express - the other tours are too long for you to do on a cruise stop.

Q: HOW FAR AWAY IS COBA?
A: Coba is about a 1 hour and 45 Minute drive from Playa del Carmen.

Q: WHAT IS SPECIAL OR UNIQUE ABOUT THE COBA MAYAN RUINS?
A: Coba is the only Mayan Ruins site in the area to be set in the jungle, which gives it a mystical "Indiana Jones" feel.  You can rent rickshaws or bicycles to get around the ruins site, which is unique.  Coba is one of the ruins where you can still climb the great pyramid, which is immensely popular, since it affords you incredible vistas of the Riviera Maya.  Also nice is that Coba is less touristy than Tulum or Chichen Itza.  However, it can get muggy in the summer months, so not recommended for people who have difficulty breathing.