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Cancún/Playa del Carmen: Chichen Itzá, Ik Kil and Coba Tour

1. Cancún/Playa del Carmen: Chichen Itzá, Ik Kil and Coba Tour

Enjoy a guided tour from Cancun to two fascinating archaeological sites: the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza and Coba. Chichen Itza is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Discover its majestic temples, like the iconic Pyramid of Kukulkan. You’ll discover a very different site at Coba, still mostly hidden under the jungle flora. Climb to the top of Nohoch Mul, the tallest pyramid in the region. This tour also includes a swim in a sacred cenote. The fresh waters of Ik Kil will refresh your mind, body, and spirit.

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From Cancún: Coba Cultural and Adventure Tour

2. From Cancún: Coba Cultural and Adventure Tour

Explore one of the ancient Mayan cities of the Yucatán Peninsula on an afternoon tour from Cancún and marvel at the impressive monuments after the heat of the morning sun. Benefit from pickup at your hotel, and then drive in air-conditioned comfort to the archaeological site of Coba near Tulum. Upon arrival, climb the largest of the impressive Nohoch Mul temple pyramids and cycle the trails with your guide. Learn more about the ceremonial life of the Late Classic Period and discover the highlights of the discoveries. Then, choose from two options to suit your preferences. Glide over the jungle canopy on the zip lines and swim in one of the sacred sinkholes of the Mayan civilization at a cenote. Alternatively, learn more about the Mayan life at an authentic village and take part in a workshop to learn how to make traditional crafts to take home. End with a dinner show and wine in front of the lagoon.

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Cancun: Full-Day Chichen Itzá and Holbox Island Tour

3. Cancun: Full-Day Chichen Itzá and Holbox Island Tour

Your experience begins in the morning, as you depart from Cancun to Chichen Itza to explore one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. As you stroll around the well-preserved ruins at dawn, your guide informs you about the Mayan mythology, philosophy, and cosmology. See the famous ruins from a new perspective, and learn about the mysteries of the temples' acoustics and their architecture - which to date are not fully understood. Leaving Chichen Itza towards Holbox, drop into the mystical place of Real Mayab. This is a peaceful location in which you can enjoy a buffet, find local animals, swim in the pool, or chat with the shaman of the area. Once having departed from there, travel directly to one of the local islands known for its paradisaical landscapes of flora and fauna, Holbox. The island of Holbox sits in the middle of a crystalline sea, as well as a unique sandbar that allows you to walk in from the sea along the island. After crossing by boat, make the most of free time to explore and learn about the island. This tropical paradise is famous for things such as its gastronomy, marine species, and colorful boats and houses. In the center of the island you can find the famous lobster pizza - one of area's great attractions, as well as the local dessert called Marquesita. At the conclusion of your experience, your guide returns you to your tour starting point.

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From Cancun: Muyil, Tulum & Mayan Traditions Guided Tour

4. From Cancun: Muyil, Tulum & Mayan Traditions Guided Tour

Explore Tulum, the legendary walled city by the sea that has a privileged view of the Caribbean. Continue to the crystalline and rejuvenating waters of an open cenote, where a journey through Mayan traditions awaits you. Learn about the Mayan legacies of Honey and Cocoa. Receive the blessing of an authentic shaman who will give you one of his noble inheritances at a Mayan ceremony. Savor the best of regional cuisine to renew your strength. Then, travel to the legendary Muyil to climb the highest pyramid on the peninsula and appreciate the panoramic view.

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What people are saying about Quintana Roo

Alfredo was a great tour guide, full of interesting facts and knowledge about all the sites, history, cultural meaning and language behind the places and people we visited. Joe our driver was on time with the pick up, we were the first to be picked up and he was there at 5:40am (5 mins early) so we didn't wait. He was a tropper, driving such long hours the whole day. Would highly recommend. Great, friendly and helpful team. Only suggestion is that you give people more time to take photos at Chichen Itza. Out of respect for Alfredo's tour and guidance, we didn't take photos as we were going around as he promised plenty of time after the talk to take photos. However when you consider people asking questions in between his talk and the sheer size of the site, we found ourselves hurrying back to each of the sites to take pictures. Felt rushed at the end as we had to jog back to the bus.

Chichen Itzá, Ik Kil and Coba Small Group Tour. The driver and Guide were very nice. The pick up was a little tricky as we were texted to meet the driver at the security gate but we found out that all drivers come right up to the lobby to pick you up and on time. The Entire day was planned perfectly and we enjoyed all sites. It is a long day but so worth your money. We absolutely loved it all and would recommend this Tour to everyone.

though it was really warm, the experience was amazing. I felt something from Kukulcan and the site. The people we met were awesome and the cenote was a very unique experience

Great day, great experience, definitely recommend it. Guide and driver were personable, knowledgeable, and fun!

Guides were very knowledgeable. Felt very safe throughout the tour.