1 - 2 Hours
One Per Person
At Your Own Pace
Get the Mayan Ruins Bundle
Interested in knowing more about the Mayan ruins of Mexico? We highly recommend getting the Mayan Ruins bundle for just $16.99. The bundle include Coba, Chichen Itza, Ek Balam & Tulum.
How does it work?
- Once you book a tour, you’ll get a text/email with instructions.
- Download the app (while in good wifi/signal) and use your unique password to access your tours.
- To begin touring, go to the starting point and launch the app.
- The audio starts automatically once you reach the starting point. Stick to the tour route & speed limit for the best experience.
- Please note that no one will meet you at the starting point.
What You'll See
Welcome to Coba's Mayan Ruins
Rise & Fall
Ancient Trees of Coba
La Iglesia Pyramid
Crossroads Pyramid & Architecture
The Ancient Streets of Coba & Mayan Civilization
The Pyramid of the Painted Lintel
The Ball Court 2
Xaibe Lookout Tower
Stela 20 of Ruler D
Nohoch Mul Pyramid
Mayans Today, Cenotes, and Farewell
Preview the Tour
Welcome Audio Story
Nohoch Mul Pyramid Audio Story
The Coba Ruins are ancient Mayan archaeological sites located in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico.
The Coba Ruins date back to the ancient Mayan civilization and are believed to have been inhabited as early as 600 AD.
Yes, visitors are allowed to climb the Nohoch Mul pyramid at Coba, which offers breathtaking views of the surrounding jungle.
The Nohoch Mul pyramid is one of the tallest Mayan pyramids in the Yucatan Peninsula and was likely used for ceremonial purposes.
The ball court at Coba was likely used for ceremonial ball games that held great cultural and religious significance for the Mayans.
Yes, visitors can still see remnants of ancient Mayan artwork, including intricate carvings and inscriptions, throughout the site.
The unique trees found in Coba were important to the Mayans for their symbolic and practical uses, such as in religious ceremonies and for their wood.
The Mayan civilization rose to great heights in terms of art, science, and culture but faced a mysterious decline, possibly due to factors like overpopulation and environmental changes.
Visitors can explore the ball court, which was likely used for rituals symbolizing the cosmic struggle between dark and light, reflecting Mayan beliefs.
Visitors are encouraged to stay on designated paths, not climb on structures, and respect the site’s historical and natural significance.
Early morning visits are recommended to enjoy a quieter and cooler experience at the Coba Ruins before the crowds arrive.
After visiting Coba Ruins, visitors can explore nearby cenotes (natural sinkholes) and other Mayan ruins in the region.
Inclusions and Exclusions
- App on your phone: A link to download the Action Tour Guide App and Password for your tours.
- Flexible schedule: Use any day, any time. Travel over multiple days or on your next trip within 1 year of your purchase.
- Easy to use: Stories play automatically by GPS. Hands-free. Get HELP all day: Call, Chat, or Email.
- At your own pace: No group. Take breaks for photos/ snacks/hikes. Go at your own pace.
- Offline use: No cell signal or wifi required. Offline GPS Map & route. Stop-to-stop direction.
- Don’t miss a thing: Full itinerary, travel tips, professionally narrated videos, text, and hidden gems.
- Transportation, parking fees, food, and drinks.
- Entry tickets or reservations to any attractions along the route.
- Car Rental: Please arrange a rental car at the closest airport or train station.