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Coba Ruins


Punta Laguna

Luscious Palm Leaves

This cultural tour takes you deep into the lush Mayan jungle to explore the exciting archeological site of Coba, home to the tallest Mayan structure in the Yucatan, named Nohoch-Mul. Of all of the archaeological sites in Mexico, this is one of the few pyramids that you can climb. Once you reach the top, you have a breathtaking view above the jungle canopy as far as the eye can see. We can rent bicycles to get around a little faster as the structures are spread out. To cool off you are able to swim in one of the area’s unique cenotes, which are freshwater sinkholes that the Mayans revered as the entrance to their sacred underworld. 

Then it is time to enjoy a great traditional meal with a local Mayan family to learn about local cuisine. All fueled up you will take a trip to the sanctuary where one of the village guides will take you through the jungle to find and observe the native spider monkey population, and take an incredible zip-line adventure more than 200 meters long through the Mayan jungle and over the Punta Laguna Lagoon. We also will take you back in time to witness the beauty of the Mayan culture by being a part of a true Mayan purification ceremony held by a native shaman.

As a unique added plus, you will visit the village school and meet the children. We will educate you on our charity, Dreams for Mayan Children that has been helping this community since 2007.

Climb the piramid!
Bike Ride
Zip Line
Howler Monkey
Making Tortillas
Cenote Swim
Lunch Time
The Village
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This is a great tour for everyone who wants to experience nature, history and Mayan culture.


The Deatils

  • Group Size: 12 People maximum

  • Languages: English & Spanish


  • Transportation for up to 12 people

  • Official guide

  • Coba Ruins site fee

  • Cycling to archeological site

  • Coba pyramid climb

  • Swimming in a beautiful cenote

  • Lunch at the Mayan community in
    Nuevo Durango by a local family

  • Visit to Punta Laguna Reserve, to observe
    the monkeys in natural habitat.

  • Mayan purification ceremony

  • Canoeing on the lake and 200 meters zip-line


  • Personal expenses & Alcoholic beverages, Tips


  • Comfortable walking shoes

  • Sunglasses

  • Hat

  • ONLY biodegradable sunscreen and mosquito repellent

  • Swimsuit

  • Sandals

  • Tips for you guide / driver


A portion of the proceeds from the tours that we offer are used to fund the Dreams for Mayan Children foundation. This is your opportunity to see the community that we are so passionate about. Take part in the activities and learn about indigenous life in the jungle of Mexico. Travel with a purpose! ​

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