These pictures are taken from Coba Adventures; a day packed with Mayan culture and activities. Coba archaeological site was built around two lagoons and is nestled inside the deep forest of south-eastern Yucatan Peninsula. Even though it is less famous compared to Chichen Itza, Coba is a Mayan archaeological site worthy of a visit. The site comprises several huge pyramids as well as the tallest pyramid of all Yucatan Peninsula.
In one of the pictures you can see an influx of tourist climbing the tallest pyramid of the Yucatan Peninsula called the Nohoch Mul. Climbing the Nohoch Mul shown in the picture will enable you to learn about the Mayan culture and its richness and reward you a spectacular view over the surrounding jungle.
This is a picture of the Nohoch Mul and it simply shows that the tallest pyramid is surrounded by sub-tropical rain forest.
In the Coba Adventure Tour you will get to see and be in contact with the Mayas of today in an authentic Maya village which is considered as self-sufficient Maya community descendants of the most marvelous pre-Hispanic culture.
The Coba Adventures bring you not only seeing the natural beauty of Coba’s surroundings but also offer you an unforgettable off-track adventure tour from the exciting zip-line flying over an incredibly beautiful Cenote to getting a refreshing swim to rappelling down into another Cenote to kayaking on a beautiful lagoon. After an enjoyable day of fun and adventures, the tour ends with a tasty traditional meal prepared by the women of this Maya community.
An excursion to the Mayan ruins of Coba is surely one of the most exciting activities you can make during your vacation in Cancun and the Mayan Riviera.
Please enjoy these images from this tour.
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