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Coba Mayan Traditions

Plaza Chacah | Local 6, Playa del Carmen 77710, Mexico
+52 984 803 8870
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Plaza Chacah | Local 6, Playa del Carmen 77710, Mexico
+52 984 803 8870

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Really great day, picked up from my hotel. Friendly, personable guides. Roberto referred to us as his family and showed us each ruin / pyramid in a really sensible and interesting way. We climbed it and had a healthy meal at the local mayan restaurant...More

Thank Swazi6
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Had a fantastic trip to Coba today. Raul was one of the most personable, friendly and knowledgable tour guides I have experienced in years. Bravo!

Thank Stoff77
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What a day!. An early start to beat all the queues was well worth it. We got to the ruins after an hours drive and a couple of pick ups and what a sight they were. Thanks to robertos brilliant tour we now know so...More

Thank rich b
Reviewed 2 days ago

We left our resort at 7:50 that morning. Then we drove to 2 other resorts to pick up others. There were 5 of us plus the driver and our guide. They were Yam and Manel. They were very friendly, interesting and funny at times. Our...More

Thank 212beachlady
Reviewed 2 days ago

A trip to the ancient ruins and Riviera Maya hinterland was a must for my wife and I as part of our first trip to Mexico. We were on vacation at Grand Bahia Principe Akumal with friends and the 5 of us booked through our...More

Thank SteveSYorkie
Reviewed 2 days ago

Excellent time with a good tour. It's a quite dangerous to go to the top but worth it. Surrounded by nature.

Thank Gregorsky
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I was unsure on whether to do this trip or the one to chichen itza, and was recommend this one by the rep from Thomson.. i decide on this one as I really wanted an authentic experience, and this did not disappoint! The tour guides...More

Thank ke11yD
Reviewed 3 days ago

We booked a day trip from Playa Del Carmen - through the Nexus rep. We were looking for the option where you go to Coba first and to a cenote later and this was it. The tour guide was of Mayan origin and demonstrated the...More

Thank Dara0805
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Raul was amazing, chatty but not boring. The trip was tiring but worth it. If you do nothing else do this trip.

Thank Adam P
Reviewed 4 days ago

Early start but well worth it, supplied with coffee and pastries on coach. Tour guide Roberto introduced us to Carlos, our coach driver, who kept us supplied with ice cold water throughout the day. Our first stop was the Mayan ruins on the way to...More

Thank eilb
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How far from Grand Sirenis hotel?
31 March 2017|
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Response from lynn s | Reviewed this property |
To about an hour I think. Well worth a visit.
Do I need to bring pesos only to shop at the Coba Mayan Village or will they take USD? What is there to buy there? Thanks.
28 February 2017|
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Response from lynn s | Reviewed this property |
Both currencies are accepted but you get a cheaper price in pesos because you don't get the best exchange rate.
Jennifer P
What is the best way to get to Coba Ruins from PDC? Thinking about taking colectivo but worried about trying to find one on the way back.
3 May 2016|
Response from jazzdragon022 |
There are always taxis at the gate. The collectivos aren't allowed to stop so you have to wait until one randomly shows up and hope it's not going to Tulum instead.