Coba & turtles adventure

Coba & turtles adventure

Come and discover this Mayan treasure nestled in the lush jungle of the Yucatan Peninsula. Cobá is the nexus of the largest network of “sacbé” or stone roads of the ancient Maya civilization and recognized by its stelae, large engraved stones used to record significant events, by doing it, they left a whole cultural legacy behind. The highlight is the climbing of Nohoch Mul. This is the highest temple on the peninsula! When you climb this imposing building and take in the beautiful view from the top, you will be amazed! Truly a unique experience!
In our next stop, we are visiting the picturesque coastal community of Akumal, well known by its relaxed and natural atmosphere. Its warm waters are the perfect setting for turtles to have adopted this site as their home. The word Akumal in Maya means, “place of turtles.” Our experienced staff will guide you during this impressive swimming experience giving you the opportunity to see the turtles in their natural habitat.
Finally, we will take you to our exclusive hideaway on the beach to enjoy a delicious lunch and to relax in this idyllic place before going back to your hotel.



Start time tour: 9:30 am         Finish time tour: 16:00

Visit duration 6 1/5 hrs plus transportation

Amenities: A/C land transportation, a professional guide, entrance to the archaeological site of Coba, Akumal and activities; snack onboard our vans (bottled water, fruit and crackers),  snorkel gear (mask, snorkel, fins), life jacket (mandatory) and lunch at Beach Club Punta Venado. 

Guests are recommended to wear bathing suit under their clothing and comfortable clothing and footwear, water shoes, sunglasses, beach towel, a change of clothes, underwater camera and extra money.

Not recommended for guests with limited mobility. Guests must be relatively fit and must be able to swim. For safety reasons, we do not recommend participation on any snorkel activity if you have respiratory problems, injuries, back/neck issues, heart conditions, or conditions that can cause loss of consciousness.