Recent Searches

Coba, Tulum and Cenote Swim

star-4.5148 Reviews
Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Coba, Tulum and Cenote Swim

Select Date and Travelers

Number of travelers
1 Adult2 Adults3 Adults4 Adults5 Adults6 Adults7 Adults8 Adults9 Adults10 Adults11 Adults12 Adults13 Adults14 Adults15 Adults0 Children1 Child2 Children3 Children4 Children5 Children6 Children7 Children8 Children9 Children10 Children11 Children12 Children13 Children14 Children15 Children0 Infants1 Infant2 Infants3 Infants4 Infants5 Infants6 Infants7 Infants8 Infants9 Infants10 Infants11 Infants12 Infants13 Infants14 Infants15 Infants
Free Cancellation
up to 24 hours in advance
Loading available options...

Safety measures
icon12 hours  (Approx.)
Hotel pickup offered
Mobile ticket
iconOffered in: English and 1 more


Discover two significant archaeological sites with this guided tour of Tulum and Coba. Walk past restored ruins at the former Maya trading post then scale Nohoch Mul at Coba, the Yucatán Peninsula’s tallest pyramid. Your full-day tour departs from Playa del Carmen hotels and includes a cenote swim and free time at the Caribbean beach of Playa Paraíso. Numbers are limited for a small-group experience.
  • Tulum and Coba small-group tour from Playa del Carmen
  • Explore both archeological ruins with a professional guide
  • Climb 120 steps to the top of Nohoch Mul, the Yucatán’s tallest pyramid
  • Swim in Cenote Cho-Ha and relax at Playa Paraíso
  • Receive breakfast and a restaurant lunch
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included
Saved to wishlist!
Transport by air-conditioned minivan
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Professional guide
Box Lunch with sandwhich, fruit, juice and sweet
Bottled water

Departure Point

Traveler pickup is offered
The afternoon before to the tour we´ll provide to you the pick up time in your hotel lobby. If you are in an aparment in Cancun or Playa del Carmen we´ll provide the nearest meeting point to pick you up.

We dont provide pick up service in Tulum City and Tulum Hotel Zone. For costumers staying in Tulum the meeting point is the #TULUM signal on the way to the Tulum ruins, near close to "Tulum Tower", In the archaeological area mall center. The address is AVENIDA YALKU LT 10 FRACCION 3, Av. Tulum, RUINAS, 77760 Tulum, Q.R.

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 13 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Yalku Tours

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.

  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.

Learn more about cancellations.

The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
What is the policy on face masks and attendee health during Coba, Tulum and Cenote Swim?
The policies on face masks and attendee health are:

  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
  • Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
See all safety measures taken by Coba, Tulum and Cenote Swim.
What is the policy on sanitization during Coba, Tulum and Cenote Swim?
The policies on sanitization are:

  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
See all safety measures taken by Coba, Tulum and Cenote Swim.
What is the social distancing policy during Coba, Tulum and Cenote Swim?
The policies on social distancing are:

  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
See all safety measures taken by Coba, Tulum and Cenote Swim.
What measures are being taken to ensure staff health & safety during Coba, Tulum and Cenote Swim?
The policies on staff health & safety are:

  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
See all safety measures taken by Coba, Tulum and Cenote Swim.
What is the maximum group size during Coba, Tulum and Cenote Swim?
This activity will have a maximum of 13 travelers.

See all safety measures taken by Coba, Tulum and Cenote Swim.

Traveler Photos

Traveler Tips

  • "The group has to travel together so if the majority choose to pay for transport any that don't want to will just have to go with it, so be prepared for the extra cost." See review
  • "You are given some cookies, a banana and water for breakfast but I still recommend eating before leaving if you can." See review


148 Reviews

Reviews by Viator travelers

Showing 1-10 of 148 reviews
The BEST Tulum, Coba Tour company!
, Jun 2021
The tour was made up of Francis O (“The Man” - our tour guide), Antonio (Tony - guide responsible for keeping the group together) and Arturo (Art - Choc Tequila Man and our driver)! This is a great tour company and worth every cent! Our guide was very knowledgeable and knew many facts about the history of the Mayan, Aztec and Inca cultures. And it was fun learning and seeing these ruins with a guide who was really passionate about his culture. You will Love these guys. And you will want to tip them very well once you have finished the excursion!
Tulum, Coda, and Cenote
, Apr 2021
Was absolutely amazing, they treat you like family. Our tour guides were Armando and Adrian. They were very knowledgeable and made us laugh all day long.
HelpfulHelpful1 traveler found this review helpful
Very disappointed
, Apr 2021
Edmondo the guide was fabulous. My problem is with the company. The advertisement on the internet indicated amoung other things that we would be provided with a light breakfast, fruit, cookies and juice.zhis did not happen. When questioned the guide said that was only on another tour. Secondly amount the stop the listing that one of the attractions was to swim in a Cenota. This also did not happen. The guide explained that they had removed this stop from the tour. When I showed the printout of my conformation which listed the itinerary he said he only goes when he's told to go by his bosses. Be careful that you get what you pay for.
Bad guides, did not get what we paid for.
, Apr 2021
Mando and Rafa turned out to be bad guides, tried to scam us for $$ at center, made us pay extra at lunch ( included) and Rafa spent a lot of time video chatting with his son (lost his tooth) . Also said foul language in Maya about your mother's private area. We never were taken to Paradiso Beach and also forced to go to glass/chocolate shop to spend $$ against our wishes. Not on the itinerary. Already requested partial refund.
, Dec 2020
First let me say that this was NOT the tour guides fault IN ANYWAY. The tour guides were extremely respectful and truly friendly people who knew exactly what to do and how to explain all the information provided. Visiting Tulum, Coba and the Cenote was quiet the experience. That was the good. Now lets get into the bad. FIRST I was grateful that we had a hotel pick up and drop off HOWEVER NO WHERE IN THE DESCRIPTION DID IT SAY that they would pick us up drive around to pick up the other people on the group drop us off at a central point and wait about 30 mins - 1hr for the actual tour bus. Our pick up was about a 7 minute walk away from our hotel so that was ineffective. Second WE HAD TO CHOOSE whether we are going to the Cenote or Playa Paraiso. So just to make sure you understand We paid for the 4 different places only to be told that we have to choose between the beach or the cenote the DAY OF. Third we didnt get the breakfast that was mentioned in the description. We had to tell the tour guide that we bought a package that included breakfast and they had to pay out of their own pocket for it. This truly was a FALSE ADVERTISING deal. I understand that covid truly affects our ability to do things normally and I get that but if that is the case THEN IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN STATED IN THE DESCRIPTION OF THIS TOUR. I would have requested a partial refund if it wasn't for the fact that the tour guides worked really hard to make our experience as best as possible. This however will probably be the last time I purchase a tour from viator.
HelpfulHelpful2 travelers found this review helpful
Fun trip
, Nov 2020
Everything was very nice, the guide was pleasant, helpful and very knowledgeable. We we tonCoba because we wanted to climb the pyramid but it was closed due to covid. They did not tell us that when we booked the tour, otherwise I would have rated it a 5
Not as advertised, however.
, Nov 2020
This tour is not as advertised, however it was still a great experience. They pick you up and drop you off at a multiple tour location where you stand in line and get a colored wrist band for your tour. Then wait and get in a van with others. This was a red flag for me, but I digress. While on the way to the first stop, assuming it would be coba, we were headed to tulum. When we got off, no breakfast mind you, I spoke with one of our guides. I told him and showed him what I had booked, and what was included. He was confused...... He told me, due to time, we couldn't do both the cenote and beach, it would be one or the other. I was not happy since I paid more for all 4 experiences. Tulum was beautiful, however I felt kind of rushed through and didn't see all the buildings. Then we headed to Coba. No where in the description of the tour does it say you MUST rent a bike or hire a driver to get to the main site. But you have to. Its a mile, very walkable, but we were made to rent. $8 for a bike and $17 for a driver. The site was beautiful, the bike ride was smooth enough. After was lunch buffet. Very delicious but ALL the tours go to this restaurant, so it can get crowded and some food will go quickly. However, there were lots of options and it was all good, authentic Mexican food. There's a gift shop next to the place we went, and I thought the prices were a bit high. After we were asked if we wanted to go to the beach or the cenote. The tour took us BACK to Tulum, where some guests got off to go to the beach, then, up the road to the centoe for the rest of us. The Centoe was beautiful!! Crystal clear, refreshing water. Multiple places to jump in. If you are not a good swimmer, they rent life jackets. There's a small restaurant on site along with bathrooms and changing rooms. Now, as a huge planner and someone who reads reviews seriously, I was really disappointed. However, the guides, Alfredo and Pastor, made it they best they could. I was with another couple who had booked the same tour as myself and they were also shocked and upset it wasn't the same tour. We were provided with a light breakfast after mentioning something, which was nice. I feel like everyone on that tour, were duped into believing it was something else. As well, everyone on that tour. I wouldnt book through this company again. While I loved out guides, I wasnt provided with that I had booked, nor a refund of any kind.
HelpfulHelpful1 traveler found this review helpful
Adventures await
, Feb 2020
The entire experience was very good. If you want to experience a lot in a short period of time, this is a great price. If you want to learn all about the history in detail, choose a different tour. The driver was a speed demon, passing more than most would feel comfortable with and may have been practicing for some Mexican Daytona. Be prepared for a good workout if you climb the pyramid at Cobá, bring more water. You may also want to bring a small flashlight and a waterproof camera for the Cenote. It can be dark in there and you want to see as much as you can. Water shoes for your feet if they are sensitive. Tulum is beautiful, mostly the beach. You don’t have as much time at the Ruins, unless you want it. Bring your towel from the hotel. It is a long day, but you will experience a lot. I rated the tour excellent because it was a good price for all the sites. If you’re picky and want a lot of education along the way, consider another tour, perhaps it was just the guide?
Great day at a great price
, Feb 2020
We really enjoyed this day out. Each part had something special to remember, our driver (Anthony) and tour guide (Obet) were excellent and made the day relaxing and enjoyable. Even though the tour ended with a visit to a beach and we'd already had several days relaxing on Playacar beach, we just took the time to unwind at the beach bar, have a cocktail and enjoy the views of a different area. It was really reasonably priced too in comparison to other tours on offer at our hotel and around Playa del Carmen. We thoroughly recommend this tour.
Great Tour!!!!
, Dec 2019
I tried leaving a review after the tour but couldn't with my phone. I am glad. I would have rated it 5 stars either way, but after taking another tour in the region, I have another level of appreciation. George was our tour operator. His English was great and he was very informative. He was very passionate about the Myan's and their culture. This tour fits in so many things and is such a great value. It is also small and very personal. We had 10 people in our group and they did a great job of making us all feel welcomed. George spoke Spanish and English and even greeted a German couple in their native language. I can not recommend it enough!!!! If you are in Playa and have any interest in either of these ruins, do this!!!
HelpfulHelpful1 traveler found this review helpful

Explore Similar Things to Do