Our Cancun activities begin as we reach Tulum ruins, an ancient Maya city famous for the breath-taking views of the Caribbean Sea it offers to visitors. You may even make it downstairs to the world-famous Tulum beach (it's worth the effort, trust us on this one). Then we will go to Coba, another major prehispanic city, and you will also have the chance of swimming in a cenote.
At Coba you will see the Nohoch-Mul temple, one of the tallest structures in the Yucatan Peninsula with a height of 138-feet. And the best part is you can climb to the top of this huge building! Coba is one of the largest cities built by the Mayas (Coba Mexico is estimated to have had some 50,000 inhabitants). You'll refresh with a swim in a sacred cenote and that's not all, you'll enjoy free time in Playa del Carmen to stroll along the famous 5th Avenue.
Explore Coba and Tulum, two of the most important Mayan cities.
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