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Quintana Roo Pyramid Tours

Our most recommended Quintana Roo Pyramid Tours

Cancún/Playa del Carmen: Chichen Itzá, Cenote and Coba Tour

1. Cancún/Playa del Carmen: Chichen Itzá, Cenote and Coba Tour

Discover the fascinating world of the ancient Maya in this exclusive tour with an expert bilingual guide. Visit three of the top attractions in the Yucatan Peninsula – Chichen Itza, Coba, and the Saamal cenote for a full immersion into the history, culture, and nature of the region. Start with a journey in an air-conditioned vehicle. Meet your guide and driver who will ensure your safety and comfort as you travel to Yucatan. Enjoy a lunch box snack and the scenery of the jungle passing by as you make your way to one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world. Tour Chichen Itza what your ticket that gives you full access to this UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. Witness majestic temples including the iconic Pyramid of Kukulkan. Follow your guide who will regale you with incredible stories of this ancient city. Explore a very different site with a guided tour of the Coba Mayan ruins, still mostly hidden under the Yucatan jungle flora. Trek through the lush jungle and discover the ball courts and the impressive Nohoch Mul pyramid, the tallest in the Yucatan Peninsula. Stop for a swim at the nearby sacred cenote of Saamal. Rejuvenate your mind, body, and spirit in the fresh waters of this jungle oasis before making the return trip back to Cancún or Playa del Carmen.

Cobá Adrenaline: Pyramid and Adventure Day Tour

2. Cobá Adrenaline: Pyramid and Adventure Day Tour

Enjoy riding an atv and into to the air adventure with a tour through the Mayan Jungle. Climb the tallest Mayan pyramid, zipline through the treetops, rapell into caves, explore hidden cenotes and experience a Mayan ceremony. Afterward, ride throught the city streets of Coba. Get picked up from your hotel and arrive at the Mayan jungle where you'll recieve all the safety equipment. Begin your vertical descent into a cave, and walk through the jungle finding 3 different ziplines. Soar above the treetops and feel the exhilleration of adventuring in the jungle. Take part in a brief Mayan ceremony and enjoy a guided tour of a cave cenote, a unique natural wonder of this part of the world. Discover this ancient and interesting culture from your guide, and get lost in exploration on your own in this gigantic jungle city. Take your chance to climb to the top of the tallest pyramid in the city and gaze out at the view. Learn of the ways that local Mayans live today, their customs, and their day to day practices in modern Mexico. Delight in a Mexican buffet made with a lot of love, and enjoy transfer back to your hotel.

From Cancun: Coba, Tulum & Mayan Traditions Guided Tour

3. From Cancun: Coba, Tulum & Mayan Traditions Guided Tour

Explore Tulum, the legendary walled city by the sea that has a privileged view of the Caribbean. Continue to the crystalline and rejuvenating waters of an open cenote, where a journey through Mayan traditions awaits you. Learn about the Mayan legacies of Honey and Cocoa. Receive the blessing of an authentic shaman who will give you one of his noble inheritances at a Mayan ceremony. Savor the best of regional cuisine to renew your strength. Then, travel to the legendary Coba to visit the base of the highest pyramid on the peninsula and appreciate the view.

From Cancun or Playa del Carmen: Yaxunah & Chichen Itza Tour

4. From Cancun or Playa del Carmen: Yaxunah & Chichen Itza Tour

Experience what the first explorers felt when they found the ancient Mayan ruins. Embark on a tour from Cancun or Playa del Carmen to the protected archaeological site of Yaxunah. Join a native guide on a journey to these untouched hidden ruins, then gaze at the renowned site of Chichen Itza. Depart early in the morning from your selected pickup point in Cancun or Playa del Carmen and arrive in Yaxunah. Be met by a guide from the local Mayan community and begin your adventure. Look for the unnamed pyramids hidden in the jungle and be part of their rediscovery. Visit the village of Yaxunah to get to know the community. Enjoy some free time to explore the area on your own and recharge your energies. Head over to Chichen Itza, one of the New Wonders of the World. See the contrast between the untouched ruins of Yaxunah and the restored ruins of Chichen Itza. Hear the stories, myths, and secrets of the UNESCO-protected archaeological site from a certified guide. Snap incredible photos at this world-famous location, then reboard your vehicle to be driven back to your pickup location in Cancun or Playa del Carmen.

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What people are saying about Quintana Roo

This was an excellent cultural activity! Our guide was very energetic and knowledgeable, well organized and friendly. I liked that he spoke in both Spanish and English during the tour. The tour itself was extremely well organized, from transportation from our resort to visiting the sites and having lunch. We arrive at the exact time for the Muyil and Tulum sites. They weren't overrun with tourists, which meant it was possible to enjoy the sites and have some quiet time in the rainforest. I highly recommend this!

Excellent educational and immersive tour in Mayan culture. The guide was enthusiastic, knowledgeable and professional. The instructions were precise and easy to follow. Get ready for an unforgettable trip! This is a multi-hour tour. So pack water and snacks, or money to buy them at all three places. Tulum and Muyil are magnificent and worth every penny to see. The cenote is fun and everyone loved the fresh water at the end. The food was delicious, very different from our hotel. !Authentically Mexican!

A trip to the top! Visit of Tulum, Coba and Cenote Mariposa. A very intense day but worth it. Be aware that it is now forbidden to climb the Great Pyramid in Coba. My tour guide was not up to date on this. The cenote is really nice. Quite small but quite confidential. We were almost alone to enjoy it! Top ! The food was very good too. The guide and the driver took very good care of us (bottles of water at each stage, snacks, etc.). I really recommend this excursion and this agency!

The guide was great. The water in the cenotes was not cold compared to that of the lakes of Quebec. I recommend bringing water shoes for this tour. I really enjoyed this activity.

The tour was amazing’ ! Experience was incredibly authentic…. We are so thankful we chose this one. Bring snacks …. don’t bring kids!