Mayan Inland Expedition Coba Tour in Riviera Maya

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Mayan Inland Expedition Coba Tour in Riviera Maya you'll visit the ancient Mayan city of Coba, which was once a major metropolis in north-eastern Yucatan. Archaeologists have lately uncovered massive pyramids, squares, palaces, and monuments that have been buried in the forest for almost 1000 years. The Coba ruins are a fascinating place to learn about the Maya as well as local animals, with half-excavated buildings growing from vines and tree roots, lots of tropical birds, and a big core area that we traverse by bicycle!', 'Coba was constructed around a series of tiny lakes, which offered an excellent agricultural environment and gave rise to what was perhaps the greatest pre-Hispanic community in northern Yucatan during the Classic period (200-800 AD). There are five major architectural groupings centered on the lakes, which are linked by a remarkable network of historic white roadways.

What to expect

Mayan Inland Expedition Coba Tour in Riviera Maya is the ideal trip for experiencing and learning about the Mayan history and present, certainly. Moreover, the ecology of the Yucatan Peninsula, in a full day of zip lining, swimming, canoeing, and bicycling.
This tour is great for the entire family; both children and adults enjoy it.

Schedule:

Pick up from 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
Visit the Coba ruins (history, bike ride)
Delicious supper in a Mayan family's home
Pay a visit to the Punta Laguna Nature Reserve (hike the jungle in search of monkeys and other wildlife, canoe on the turquoise colored lake, zip line, participate in a Mayan ceremony)
Swim in a meticulously maintained cenote.
Drop off between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m.

Highlights:

Archaeological site of Coba
Nature, culture and history
Jungle ecology and wildlife observation
Adventure (zip line, canoe, hike, bike and swim)
Cenote
Local gastronomy
Eco - tourism

Important information:
Recommendations: Wear comfortable clothing and shoes, bathing suit, sunglasses, and towel.

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Alberto Herrera

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