Visit one of the most beautiful archeological sites in Mexico, beautifully set in a lush jungle just one hour from Tulum. You might get sweaty when climbing Nohoch Mul (voluntary), the second tallest pyramid on the Yucatan Peninsula; that’s why we bring you to a beautiful hidden cenote afterwards to refresh and to explore the underworld of the Yucatan. After that, we visit the family of Sra. Catalina where she has prepared a special feast for us, a pib, an amazing chicken cooked under ground. Have you ever heard of the Meliponas? An endemic and sacred species of bees that don’t sting but produce amazing honey? If you like you can harvest some honey yourself. On the way back to Tulum, we make a short stop in Macario Gomez where you can shop local handicrafts like dreamcatchers. Enjoy the late afternoon back in your hotel with a cocktail or swim, or just relax on a lounger.
Hola, my name is Manuel, I am a Biologist and a certified archaeological guide with origin México City. I came to Tulum in 1993 to work at the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve where my interest in the Yucatan Peninsula started growing until it became a passion. I will enjoy sharing my knowledge of this amazing area with you.
Cobá & Mayan Village San Juan de Dios
7.5 hours (8:00 am to 3:30 pm)
Guide, transportation, park & cenote entrance, life vest bikes, lunch, water and beer
08:00 am: Pick up at the hotel
Ride direct to Coba with info by Manuel about Coba and other interesting insiders of the day on the way
09:30 am: Visit of the Coba ruins with certified guide. (bike/tricycle)
11:30 am: Ride to San Juan de Dios
12:00 pm: Cenote Muul Ich
01:00 pm: Ride to La Casa de Catalina
01:15 pm: Extract the pib out of the ground and lunch
02:00 pm: Meliponas
03:00 pm: Artisanal stop at Macario Gomez (handcrafts)
03:30 pm: Arrival in Tulum