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Cancun Super Saver: Tulum and Coba Ruins Including Cenote Swim and Lunch
Reveal the mysteries of ancient Mayan civilization with this Cancun Super Saver, a full-day adventure to Tulum and Coba combining two best-selling tours at a discounted price. On your visit to the archaeological site of Tulum, unravel the history of the pre-Columbian walled city with a guide, and enjoy an invigorating swim in an underground cenote. Savor Yucatán Peninsula specialties at a buffet lunch, and then delve into the rainforest to explore the ruined Mayan village of Coba, once a bustling center for trade.
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The magical ruins of Tulum are walled into the east and face the Caribbean Sea, this being the first stop you can enjoy and learn about its history on a 45 minutes guided tour led by one of our certified guides.
At the end of it, you can enjoy free time to walk around the place in your time and manner.
After the ruins we will visit a open cenote called Dzonot Wayak that means cenote of dreams, Mayan settlements were established around these bodies of waters and believed that they were portals to speak with deities, on this visit we will have about 1 hour to swim in its calm waters enriched with algae, vitamins and minerals to pamper your skin.
Once you're fresh and full of energy, try a delicious buffet of traditional dishes to connect your five senses to this experience, accompanied by a cold beer, soft drinks or water.
Nohoch Mul is the name of the pyramid located at the Coba arqueological site, considered as the highest on the Yucatan Peninsula with a 120 stairs to the top that is well worth to climb for a great panoramic view to take awesome pictures.
Put on good walking shoes and a good bug repellent, since most of the route is pure jungle.