Delve into the secrets of the ancient Mayans and visit the ancient city of Coba, whose name means cloudy water in allusion to the many lagoons that are around it, travel ancient trails and climb the ancient temples as a true explorer.
One of the main attractions of Cobá is NohochMul, the tallest pyramid in the Yucatan peninsula, which rises 42 meters. You can climb the 120 steps of the pyramid to have an incredible view of the jungle and the other structures on the site.Back
There is another pyramid called the Temple of the Church, which is the second tallest in Cobá. From above you will have a magnificent view of Lake Macanxoc, one of the two lakes near Coba, which is particularly rare in the region.
Then we will cool off in the Cenote (coob Ha) near the site, where we will descend about 10 meters until we reach a body of fresh and crystalline water, in an illuminated cavern, the water has a temperature of 24º C, just ready to cool down, the word cenote is derived from the expression Dzonot, which in turn originates from the words Dzotz = Bat and Nah = House, that is, The House of the Bats.
At this point we will make a stop to enjoy a delicious buffet lunch (OPTIONAL) with typical dishes from the region such as chicken and suckling pig pibil, breaded fish, steamed vegetables among other delicacies.
Just before returning, we will make a last stop in an authentic self-sufficient Mayan community, we will learn its customs and mysteries of the local flora and fauna.