Coba- Cenote - Pueblo Maya
COBA - CENOTE - PUEBLO MAYA
This expedition offers an approach to the Mayan culture, visiting one of the important archaeological zones of the pre-Hispanic civilization in the Yucatan Peninsula, old as well as the real communities where you will be able to coexist with families that still They treasure their Mayan heritage without overlooking the refreshing in one of the thousands of cenotes found along the Yucatan Peninsula.
ARQUEOLOGIC ZONE OF COBA
The archaeological site of Coba is located about 32 kilometers from the town of Tulum. And about 180 miles from Cancun. It is an archaeological zone located in the jungle and surrounded by lagoons that can be seen from the top of Nohoch Mul which is one of the highest buildings built in the Mayan architecture.
You will have the opportunity to observe a great variety of birds and animals of the region, numerous vegetal species that make up the jungle environment of this region, as well as climb to one of the few pyramids that can still be climbed rewarded by one of the most Spectacular of the jungle from whose top you can see lagoons surrounded by lush jungle not without first walking approximately 20 minutes or renting one of the bicycles within the area to explore this path to arrive until the pyramid.
Delve into nature and be part of a community project. To swim in some of the thousands of cenotes that are in the routes of the archaeological zones is an unforgettable experience in which one can visit some of them like can be the one in the wonderful cenote Emerald or the cenote of Multum has of crystalline waters, also live a small Mayan ceremony and delight with a typical mea.
We will have the opportunity to live with the Mayas of this region and appreciate their customs and traditions. We will visit one of the communities and families that live to our days of agriculture and or crafting. Learning a little about their uses and customs their current lifestyle and their economic and social development with the arrival of tourism to their communities. In which we will participate in a brief ceremony of blessings, carried out by the shaman or head of the community and scented with copal incense and traditional herbs and participating in a typical meal which can consist of soups, handmade tortillas , chicken, rice, beans, and flavored waters.
• Transportation round trip with a/A from your hotel or meeting point.
• Entrance to the archaeological zones and Cenote
• Water bottle.
• Approximately 12 to 13:00 pm.
• Food in Pueblo or Mayan community (only includes flavored water).
• Traveler's Insurance (during transportation).
• Rent a bike in Coba (optional)
• Alcoholic drinks and sodas at the food
• Guide Driver
• Payment for use of professional cameras
• Rental of vests and Snorkel equipment in Cenote
• Does not include lockers
• Take moisturizing drink (water)
• Cap and o hat
• Insect repellent
• comfortable clothes
• Swimsuit. Towel sandals for water, as well as a change of clothes
• Camera, in some areas it will be necessary to cover the cost for its use
• Cash for souvenirs and tips since not all stores receive TDC
• Use only biodegradable blockers and repellents to access to swim in cenotes
ApProx 10 Horas