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Discover how this large pre-Columbian city played an important role in the Mayan civilization around 600 AD to 1200, and remained a center of worship and pilgrimage until the arrival of the Spaniards. Even today, it is still considered sacred by the Maya people in the Yucatan Peninsula site.
The next day you can also visit Coba, which translates into Spanish as “water stirred by wind”. Between 400 and 1100 AD, it was one of the largest cities in the Classic Maya period, reaching accommodate around 50,000 inhabitants. One of the main reasons that settled here were two small lakes that supply water to the population.
To counter the heat, then you will visit a cenote, these unique underground caverns in the world are in the Yucatan Peninsula and are connected, covered with water. It is a unique experience swimming in them. The cenote is illuminated by natural light and the water view is spectacular.
Round transportation from your hotel; Certified bilingual guide; Tickets to the archaeological sites; Box Lunch in each tour.
Tips; Photographs; Souvenirs.
Hours of operation
Available daily; First pick-up is at 6:00am (Pick-up times vary depending on hotel).
Approximately 10 hours.
**All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation**