Tons of history and a lot of neat stuff to walk through and up. Will have to bring my girls next time.
About Coba Mayan Traditions
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The ruins are very well preserved, and beautiful to see. I suggest going with a guide so you understand the culture, and what it is you are actually looking at. Its about a one mile walk to the largest ruin, but much of the walk...More
Great site, not overrun by tourists or hawkers. Definitely worth the climb to the top, but be warned, vertigo can kick in once you are there. Great place to wanter around and explore in its natural state.
We did this visit in the rain but there is so much rain forest cover we didn't get wet. You can walk or ride bikes or be 'chauffeured' around on a tricycle. We opted for the tricycle - which was fun. You trek through the...More
We used AlTourNative Tours for this wonderful day-long excursion. Paulio was our guide. As a native Mayan with an archeological degree, he was deeply knowledgeable about Mayan history and a well-known fixture in the village.
I went here with my parents a few years ago and we loved it. It was an excursion booked through our rep and the tour guide was brilliant. We were taken to Coba in the morning so we could climb to the top and see...More
You will hardly believe you are there! The history in the area is incredible. Our guide had all the answers about how they lived and how the current residents live. We experience the shops outside the location as well and the people were soft spoken...More
This was a really interesting tour. It was worth the price. We learned a lot about the ancient Mayan civilization and we got to climb a tall old pyramid!
This day adventure to COBA was exactly what we were looking for! I am so glad the staff at the Hard Rock Heaven in Riviera Maya suggested it! Jose was our guide for the ruins and Miguel was our guide for the village tour. Both...More