Ancient Maya City deep in the Jungle

Lets Explore

Lets immerse in the Yucatan Jungle to this hidden ancient maya city.  Back in the time, Coba was a big important city of the region, so vast ,that even now traveling across the city is a experience that requiere walking moderate distances or bike riding.

Hosted By Ricardo

Experienced 5 year guide in the Yucatan Peninsula and the Mayan culture. Click here to learn more

The experience

Coba is just a 1.5 hurs from Playa del carmen and 40 min from Tulum, making it a great option to visit to those  interested in maya archeology with a bit on explorer spirit.  

Reach the top

Few mayan sites will allow you to explore and see as much as Coba. Coba City was actually a city with the buildings spread among the jungle, it has the biggest network of sacbe (mayan roads) of mesoamerica (dont worry we will have a fun ride on bikes to reach each buildings). You can expect much less influx of tourist compared to Chichen Itza or Tulum. In this particular maya site we are allow to climb the main pyramid (this in not possible to be done in Chichen Itza or Tulum)  to get   a unforgettable view from the top.  


Next spot on this adventure is an oasis near the Coba archaeological site, an incredible cenote with sparkling waters and blue hues that flow all along thr illuminated cave in  a very pleasant atmosphere. It´s a true gift of nature for cooling off after visiting the maya archeological site.

Due Covid some attractions are closed and information on the internet may not be updated. Information is changing constantly and quickly, thats why MGT is in constant contact with staff in Riviera Maya to get daily updates. You dont want unwanted surprises, you are in the right place



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