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Chichen Itza, Ik Kil Cenote and Coba from Playa del Carmen

Highlights
  • Go with a guide: Ruins are often unmarked and need context
  • Swim at the secluded Ik Kil cenote: Take a break from crowded beaches
  • Admission tickets, meals, and round-trip hotel transport included
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Chichen Itza, Ik Kil Cenote and Coba from Playa del Carmen
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Overview
Avoid navigating Quintana Roo alone on a combined tour to Ik Kil cenote and the archaeological sites of Chichen Itza and Coba. Exploring the ruins with a guide is essential, as many are unmarked and warrant context. No need plan logistics on your own—admission tickets, meals, and transport from your Playa del Carmen hotel are included.
What to Expect

Start the tour with an early morning pickup from your Playa del Carmen hotel. Enjoy a light breakfast on the scenic drive to Chichen Itza.

On arrival, your guide provides necessary context about the often unmarked ruins. Learn more about the purposes of each ancient stone structure than you could on a self-guided tour.

Break up the day with a refreshing swim in a cenote—a cavernous sinkhole in limestone rock, full of freshwater and unique to the Yucatan.

After lunch, continue on to the ruins of Coba, a Mayan city that once covered 31 square miles. Your guide ensures you see points of interest that most visitors miss. Climb Nohoch Mul pyramid for panoramic views of the jungle, and then relax in the air-conditioned minivan on the return trip to your hotel.

Reviews (57)
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Amazingly FUN!

We went as a group of 10 with my siblings and their family. It is an amazing all day trip with a variety of activities. Our guide Sergio is excellent he went above and beyond! He is very knowledgeable about the history and made sure...More

Thank Mycate
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Best family tour

Our family trip to Chichen Itza, Ik Kil and Cobá was filled with fun and memorable moments for the young kids (7,8,9 yr olds), teenagers and adults. Sergio, our guide was excellent! Friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. He always made sure everyone was having fun and...More

1  Thank abbyandchrishmom
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great tour with great people!

Recently went on the tour with Marcela as our guide and Javier as our driver. Marcela is a great guide, very knowledgeable and fun! The tours covered the most important parts of both Chichen Itza and Coba along with free time to explore on our...More

Thank alexandram995
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Intro to the main Mayan sites

We booked a few archeological and cenote visits during our stay. With this tour, we visited the two larger sites - Chitchen Itza and Coba - with a refreshing cenote swim to cool down in between. It's a long day but our guide, Carmen, was...More

Thank Mélanie B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
A perfect way to visit all three sites

We went on this tour in Oct 18 and it was great! We booked 2 days before the tour via trip advisor with no problem. We were picked up on time from our hotel and had a quick stop at a petrol station where we...More

1  Thank FayP161
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Response from Edgar C | Reviewed this property |
It would probably not be just because of the long walk, sun, and the swimming at the cenote. I would recommend it for teens to adults only to take full advantage of the trip.
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