Private 3x1 Tulum,Coba and Cenote Swim

Tulum is the most emblematic site on the Quintana Roo coast, due to its privileged location and the excellent conservation of its buildings and wall paintings. Its wall is well known, which delimits the main complex on its north, south and west sides, since the eastern sector faces the Caribbean Sea; it has five entrances and two watchtowers. and it is located in the city of the same name "Tulum".

The archaeological site of Cobá is around 70 square kilometers, with multiple constructions that are connected to each other through white stone paths, called Sacbé (white road) . According to historians, the first settlements in the city of Cobá were recorded between 100 BC and 300 AD. The city continued its development until 1000 AD and 1450 AD when the city began to weaken due to influences from other cultures of the time.

Another detail to consider about the archaeological site of Cobá, is that it is the settlement with the highest pyramid in the Yucatan Peninsula, called "Nohoch Mul". Which translated into Spanish means "great mound" has 120 steps and is one of the only pyramids that you can climb from the archaeological sites of the Yucatan Peninsula.

Cenotes are wells of water created by the collapse of the limestone soil. Only in the state of Quintana Roo, there are six hundred different cenotes, while in the Yucatan Peninsula there are more than seven thousand. In this blog entry we will tell you the history of the Dzonoot (water hole), places that in Mayan culture were considered entrances to the underworld

With this tour service you can visit and learn about two mayan archeological sites and swim into cenote.

The tour offers private transportation. The vehicle model will be adapted to the number of participants. (from a sedan to a long Van) equipped with air conditioning and two bottles of water per participant. Transportation will pick up participants in the lobby of their hotel or AirBnB, highway fees are included as well as parking and access when arriving at the archaeological site of Cobá. At all times they will be accompanied by a certified bilingual guide, that means preferential access will be given to participants. The itinerary includes a complete visit to the city of Cobá, a light meal in a regional restaurant and a visit to one of the nearby cenotes to the area according to their availability. At the end of the excursion, transportation will drop you back in the lobby of your hotel or AirBnB.

Rates and Schedules

  • Adult(+12 years old)
  • $149 USD
  • Child
  • $129 USD
  • This service require at least two person
  • Open From Monday from Sunday
  • 10:00 AM
  • 10:00 AM


  • Entrance to the archaeological site of Cobá.
  • Highway fees.
  • Parking fee.
  • Certified bilingual guide.
  • Preferential entry.
  • Private Transportation with A / C.
  • Two bottles of water per person.
  • Pick up to the lobby of your hotel or AirBnB.
  • Lunch in a regional restaurant.
  • Entrance to a cenote.

Not Included

  • Tips.
  • Visits outside the itinerary.

Important Information

  • Children under 8 years old pay entrance to the archaeological zone.
  • There is a fee for the use of selfie sticks, tablets, and go-pro cameras.
  • The use of professional cameras and tripods is prohibited.
  • Recommendations

    Wear comfortable clothing, comfortable or sports shoes, biodegradable sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat. Bring extra money for souvenirs, tips or incidentals. Stay hydrated.