On our Chichen Itza Cenote Ikil and Coba Private tour, you will be able to visit and admire Coba, Chichen Itza and swim in the cenote Ik Kil on the same day. The Maya ruins of Coba are unique in that only a few of its estimated 6,500 structures have been uncovered, but the ones that have been are graceful and impressive. Climbing the 120 stairs to the top of the Grand Pyramid at Cobá is well worth the effort. Standing there one can see over the jungle canopy for miles, unexcavated temple mounds peeking above the trees. Chichen Itza is one of the most fascinating archaeological sites in the world and the Capital of the Mayan empire and in 2007 appointed one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. You will encounter the biggest Mayan ball court in all of Mesoamerica, with its plenty of carvings showing the violent end of the game, which included human sacrifice. You can also visit the Temple of the Warriors. the Observatory Tower and much more. Cenote Ik Kil. This cenote is about 130 feet deep and 85 feet from the surface, so you will need to walk down a wooden stairway to reach it. Ik Kil is a round cenote with waterfalls and green vegetation hanging down to the clear crystal water, which is perfect to swim and snorkel.
Please select this tour only if you are staying in the Riviera Maya or Playa del Carmen Hotels, if you are in the Cancun hotel zone or Puerto Morelos areas we can suggest our Ek Balam, Cenote Ik Kil & Ek Balam private excursion instead as it will be less driving time
We recommend bringing light clothing. towels and swimsuit and biodegradable products.
We recommend a 7 to 7:30 am pick up because we are visiting 3 places
If you want to do the Regular Chichen Itza tour( without Coba and Cenote) click here
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|Children from 3 to 11 years old pay $56.00 USD|