We leave Playa del Carmen at around 8:30a.m. (we could set up a different meeting time based on where you are staying). First we visit a Maya sacred center, the city of Coba, we explore the place for 2 hours, discovering the ancient buildings and temples. Once we are done exploring, we are going to need food in our stomaches so we will visit this local style cuisine restaurant. And then; last but not least, the underground cenotes, we will visit an underground cenote that will blow you away. Maya people belived that cenotes were pathways to the underworld. And then we start our way back to Playa del Carmen, if everything goes smoothly we should be back around 5pm.
Hola, my name is Roger, Im a cultural representative of Mexico and inhabitant of the yucatan peninsula. I studied tourism and worked in the hotel industry for over 8 years. Somehow i ended up working in an office in the middle of paradise and i was not happy with that situation. Decided to go back to school for an associates degree on Mexican History and when i felt i was ready to quit i did it and decided to become a fulltime cultural representative. Now i spend my days in Historical Places, National Parks, Snorkeling in the caribbean...
Buffet Style we have several options, chicken, pork, quesadillas, beans, rice...let me know in case of alergies
Cenotes and Maya City Entrance Fees are Included
Private Transportation i will pick you up at your airbnb or you choose the location
Coba, the escence of the tour. Undeground Cenote, Maya people belived that underground cenotes lead to the underworld...you will see why.
Mayan Trifecta: Coba, Lunch & Cenote