Once a port city for travelers trading inland in the 13th century, Tulum has a rich history that can still be experienced today. Home to some of the best-preserved Mayan archeological sites in the region, Tulum is located along the Riviera Maya and takes a little less than two hours to reach from the Cancun International Airport. Buses leave directly from Cancun’s airport or Playa del Carmen if you plan on taking a day trip to experience the cenotes, lagoons, or the archeological sites.

These tours take you to Tulum

Coba and Tulum

In Coba we can climb the highest pyramid in the Yucatan Peninsula – pyramid, “Nohoch Mul”. From the top, the jungle looks like a living green carpet. Here we can find also the largest network of stone causeways in the ancient Mayan world, called sacbes (white roads).


Approx. 8 hrs

Group Size

10 people