CCA Tour

Monday March 20, 08:00 – 12:30/14:30/16:30

Registered attendees: click here for a list of participants

Pre-registration mandatory, extra fees apply

  • All tours include transportation (small groups) and an English-speaking guide
  • Not included: tips and photos
  • What to bring: comfortable shoes, bathing suit, fresh clothing as well as cash or credit card for crafts and photos.

Option #1 – Cobá $95 USD

Visit Cobá and discover the amazing Nohoch Mul, the tallest temple in the Yucatan Peninsula. From the top you will have stunning views of the jungle.
Cobá was a large city of the Pre-Columbian Maya civilization, estimated to have had some 50,000 inhabitants at its peak with the built up area extending over 80 km². The bulk of Cobá’s major construction seems to have been made in the middle and late Classic period, about 500 to 900, with most of the dated hieroglyphic inscriptions from the 7th century. Cobá remained an important site in the Post-Classic era and new temples were built and old ones kept in repair until at least the 14th century, possibly as late as the arrival of the Spanish.

08:00 Departure from the hotel
09:30 – 11:00 Cobá
11:00 Departure from Cobá
12:30 Estimated arrival time

Option #2 – Cobá & Tulum $105 USD

See the description for Option #1 for information on Cobá. After Cobá, explore Tulum, another impressive archaeological site set on a cliff overlooking the Caribbean Sea.
Each Mayan city had a specific purpose. Tulum was a seaport, trading mainly in turquoise and jade. In addition to being the only Mayan city built by the sea, Tulum was one of the few protected by a wall. Made of limestone, the 784-metre wall encloses the site on three sides, is seven metres thick and 3 – 5 metres high.

08:00 Departure from hotel
09:30 – 11:00 Cobá
11:00 Departure from Cobá
11:30 – 13:00 Tulum
13:00 Departure from Tulum
14:30 Estimated arrival time

Option #3 – Cobá Mayan Encounter $115 USD

*  This expedition is not suitable for children younger than 6 years. People under the influence of alcohol or toxic substances won’t be allowed to participate.

Visit a secluded Maya village and enjoy its well-preserved natural beauty, lagoons, cenotes (sinkholes), jungle paths, and the natural reserve that protects the local flora and fauna. Enjoy a lush meal of local food.

* Rappel (17 meters into a cenote) * Hiking * Swimming * Ziplining (over the rainforest and either the Cayman Cenote or the Cenote de la Vida) * Canoeing * Maya ritual (blessing performed by a shaman)

Local photographers will take great pictures of you during the activities!
Cap the afternoon off with a visit to Cobá (see the description for Option #1).
08:00 Departure from hotel
09:30 – 13:00 Mayan community and adventure activities
13:00 Departure to Cobá
13:30 – 15:00 Cobá
15:00 Departure from Cobá
16:30 Estimated arrival time


  • Traditional lunch as well as water at Mayan Village and after the activity
  • All equipment required for activities, towel and lockers.

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