Join O2 Tulum's grand tour! Just 35 minutes from Tulum, we will explore one of the area’s most interesting and visitor friendly Mayan Ruins on foot and bicycles. Nestled in native jungle and skirting a freshwater lagoon, Coba is the nexus of the largest network of stone causeways of the ancient Mayan world and contains many engravings and sculptures documenting ceremonial life and important events of the Late Classic Period (AD 600–900) of Mesoamerican civilization.
Accompanied by a local guide for the first part of this expedition, we will continue on bicycles to the last remaining Mayan temple in this complex before driving deeper into the jungle to explore a local fresh water cenote. Thrill-seekers can dive the 30 feet into the cooling waters which can also be accessed by a meandering spiral staircase. Either way, the deep dark embrace of this inviting cenote will take the heat off!
- $150 per person (for groups of 7+, please inquire for group packages)
-Booking deposit is 50%, non-refundable, with the outstanding amount to be paid in person on the day of the tour.
Approx. 6 hours long
10am start (inquire for alternative start times)
Min. age is 7
Min. group size is 2 participants
Transport within the Tulum town area (beach pick/drop off is currently unavailable)
Masks for swimming
Bottled water, fruit & snacks
GoPro Videos and photos
Eco friendly sunscreen provided
What to bring:
Swimsuit & Towel