Located in land 42 KM (26 miles), North West of Tulum, Coba was re-discovered in 1926 by Lord Erick S Thompson. In Coba you will find the highest pyramid in the entire Yucatán peninsula with 42 meters high and 122 steps. It shows in the construction of its buildings a strong influence of the Mayas of Central America. It is known that during its glorious time, Coba obtained great relevance in politics and religion because of its various roads (sac be) which connected to other sites in the Yucatán. Today, it is still surrounded by dense vegetation making your visit a great adventure.

Since both Tulum and Coba are located along the Mayan Riviera can easily be done in the same day or convined with other attractions in the area. Here are some options.


  • Pick up at your hotel
  • Private transportation
  • Bilingual driver
  • Entrance fees and tour Guide
  • Lunch at a local restaurant
  • Insurance and taxs

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