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Avaliado por: willem v , Junho 2016

Wat een ontzettend mooie tour
Wij vonden Coba geweldig, de gids die we in het park kregen gaf ons veel informatie. Na de rondleiding zijn we op de fiets door de jungle naar de Coba gegaan en daar de Coba beklommen eenmaal boven heb je een geweldig uitzicht over de jungle, maar heel mooi

Avaliado por: Chris H , Junho 2016

Another great excursion!! Our driver for the day was helpful and very friendly. The ruins were breathtaking and the view from up top is great. Beware of getting down, a bit tricky with the smooth rocks. Definitely get there before the crowds to avoid the congestion going up and down.

Avaliado por: Jared S , Fevereiro 2016

This tour was exactly what we were looking for during our vacation in Playa del Carmen. We wanted a chance to tour Mayan ruins, but didn't want to give up a ton of beach time while we were away from our resort. The tour picked us up at 7am and we were back by 2pm! Never did we feel rushed, and since we only had one other person with us, we could go at our own pace. Climbing Coba was an experience I'll never forget, and you get the opportunity to learn so much history from the archeologist! I was unsure about the cenote swim- but ended up loving it! Even if you aren't a big swimmer, go down into the cenote just to see the views- amazing! The authentic Mexican lunch was very good, too! The only downside we had was that our driver did not speak any English, but he was very resourceful using his phone translator, calling another driver over speaker phone in order to communicate when needed. All our other tour guides in Coba spoke perfect English! Highly recommend this excursion!

Avaliado por: smithjen78 , Fevereiro 2016

This was a fantastic tour and well worth it. One word of warning- Your first confirmation email will list a 6.30am pick up time. Check your email the day before the tour as they will give you an updated pick up time once they know the locations and number of people in your tour. I didn't realize that, so we waited over an hour in the lobby for pick up. Not the fault of the tour provider at all. There was a driver and a separate tour guide in the van, so he spent a large portion of the drive telling us about Coba, the Mayan civilization and the Yucatan. It was complete with visual aids and very interesting and informative.

We were some of the first people to arrive at Coba, so we enjoyed quiet biking through the jungle on the Mayan roads. The bike rental is included. If you are physically unable to bike, there are people who can transport you via rickshaw. It's quite a way to the pyramids and other ruins.

You only have two stops- the ball court and the big pyramid. They allot you time to climb the pyramid, if you wish. Definitely worth it. By arriving early, there's barely anyone there. At the bike drop off point, there are more ruins and another pyramid to view.

Alberto was very knowledgeable and one of my favorite tour guides I've ever had. It was nice to have an expert scholar on the subject matter.

Avaliado por: Cassandra B , Dezembro 2015

Great tour, friendly staff, fascinating place. It may not have the same scale as Chichen Itza however its much more peaceful and still boasts some great monuments. Well worth it

Avaliado por: kathy H , Outubro 2015

Awesome! if you do 1 tour while in the Yucatan, this 1 is it. History, culture and swimming in a cenote and authentic buffet lunch included. Go early, afternoon would be way too hot to climb Nohoch Mul

Avaliado por: Nataliya A , Junho 2015

The trip was awesome !

Avaliado por: Kimberlee S , Agosto 2016

Good tour with a knowledgeable guide. We were the only English-speaking family on the tour, so his comments were in both Spanish and English. His English was a bit broken and my kids had trouble understanding some of what he said.
Going early is so worth it. We were one of only two groups at the main ruin. When we left around 11, the parking lot was full of buses and long lines of people waiting to get in.
The cenote portion was incredible. Next time we go, we'll definitely do an all-day cenote trip.
It should be mentioned somewhere in the tour description about the bike ride from the entrance to the ruins. The mountain bikes didn't have any gears, so you had to make the ride in only one gear. While we were fine, older or less in shape people might have a difficult time. They did have rickshaw-type bikes with a driver, which cost extra.

Avaliado por: Richard S , Março 2016

This was a very good tour led by a knowledgeable and friendly guide. Overall a very worthwhile experience.

Avaliado por: meenhorst , Janeiro 2017

To see Coba without hundreds of tourists is great
Only our tour guide was not very inspiring or energetic
The cenote was nice to swim in a bit short it was: we had only 50 minutes to come out the bus, change, take a shower, climb into the deep, swim and shower again and change the wet clothes and come into the bus again there were only 3 cabines to change!!!
The bus was very nice and comfortable
The diner in the mayan restaurant at the salt water lake with crocodiles witch we did not see in Coba was ok but could have been much much better.
During the day, the guide became more irritating

Avaliado por: Brooke K , Dezembro 2016

The only positive about this tour is arriving at Coba early, before the crowds and the heat. Other than that, a lot of negatives.
Our operator initially refused to honor hotel pick-up. I wasted a half hour 10 USD of air time on hold straightening this out. The long ride to Coba was in cramped, uncomfortable van. The private archaeological tour was a mere 20 minutes. After that we were on our own.
For the same amount of money 300 USD for 2 persons you can book a private driver from your hotel.

Avaliado por: debmilliner , Setembro 2016

While Coba is an amazing place, the trour we booked was disappointing. First, our bus was over an hour late to pick us up which meant we were not at the ruins before they opened. Second, we did not have our own archaeologist as advertised although we were with a small group rather than on our own. Third, it was very confusing because we already had our tickets but we had a language barrier as they wanted us to pay for the GoPro which I just locked back in our van. The cenote was anticlimactic and no one in our group even swam. The buffet luch was fine, at that point everyone was starving. Our bus driver was very kind and was patient with everyone in our group. Overall, based on the special pricing on Tuesday may it a fair deal but could have been better executed.

Avaliado por: Josh F , Maio 2016

It was great to see Coba, but the tour guide wasn't as knowledgeable as we would have liked. Pick-up was also confusing, and everyone on the tours sounded like they were also waiting for 30 minutes. Originally we thought that it was a 6:30 pick-up, but we were then told that it was 6:55, and were picked-up at 7:30am.

Swimming in the cenote was also only 15 minutes which was disappointing, and I think it is because they pick everyone up later than planned.

We also attended the Chichen Itza Tour with Amigo Tours, and Freddy was a great tour guide. Luckily we attended that tour first, so we still learned about Mayan culture. If it wasn't for that, we would have been confused.

We asked to be dropped off in a different spot on the way back, and they kindly agreed. Unfortunately we were dropped off 5km from the beach we wanted! I know how to use the colectivos, and otherwise we would have been stuck!