($60 Childrens – $90 Adults)
Coba, in Maya: Murky Water (although shuffled other meanings) is located west of the coast of Tulum. At its peak had a population of about 50,000 inhabitants and an area of eighty square miles, but what we will show them two square kilometers which is preserved and rebuilt, the rest relies on the dense Yucatan jungle. Highlights its main pyramid 42m height Nohoch Mul named. Other notable buildings are the Coba Group, two ball games, their trails and Sacbé or white road to the Mayan people.
Located 10 minutes from Coba on the race find a booth where you will pay your access to Choo-Ha cenote in Spanish means water dripping because throughout the interior are stalactites are constantly filtering.
You go down by wooden stairs a bit steep to continue must be careful because as it is a very humid place the following steps are very wet, you’ll be impressed from here as the formations of the roof are at your fingertips in addition to stairs appear to float inside the cavern that opens to let you see its wonders.
Tulum in the Mayan language: three walls, is the only archaeological site built in the Caribbean coastline.
Known in antiquity as Zama, meaning dawn in Maya, it was a fully commercial city. Within its walls he lived the noble and merchant class. It stands above the rest of buildings Castle with its spectacular effects of light and shade during the spring and fall equinoxes at dawn. Also noteworthy is the temple of the paintings where even today one can distinguish red pigments. The Spanish conquistador Juan de Grijalva likened the beauty of Tulum to the city of Seville when he discovered this unique city.
|WEAR||– Sports shoes and sandals areas for the cenote
– Swimsuit, towel, sunglasses, hat
– Biodegradable sun cream and protective anti-mosquito
– Cash in pesos for purchases