Coba & Monkey Jungle Sanctuary
The ancient city of Coba is located in the midst of dense jungle about 40 kilometres from Tulum. The archaeological site is the perfect spot for those who would like to learn more about Mayan culture.
Once you get there, you will follow expert guide who will tell you interesting stories while driving on a bike through tropical greenery. You will climb the highest pyramid of Yucatan Peninsula! From the top you will have spectacular views over the Mayan jungle.
Let us take you to this natural protected reserved area of monkeys. We will enjoy watching monkeys hanging from the trees. Be blessed by one of the Mayan shamans who will make a little ceremony in the middle of the jungle. Rappel down to get inside of a big, underground cenote. Enjoy swimming for 30 minutes in fresh, crystal water.
Zip line through the lagoon and fly through the jungle! In the way back, take a ride in a canoe and feel the spirit of mystic nature.
2 persons – $300 USD
3 persons – $350 USD
4 persons – $400 USD
5 persons – $500 USD
6 persons – $600 USD
7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Hotel pick up, Mayan Ruins tickets entrance fee, bilingual tour guide, bicycles rental, Monkey Sanctuary tickets entrance fee, lunch and drinks
The transportation comes with A/C , seat belts, comfortable seats, music, a cooler with waters
What to bring:
A hat, sunglasses, biodegradable sun screen lotion, swimsuit, a towel, extra cash for souvenirs and tips
>Informative, friendly and professional guide
>Delicious local mexican cuisine
>Admiring monkeys in their natural jungle surroundings
>Ziplines & rappel, fresh water cenote