Cancun LDS Tours

Coba tour

Coba is known for having the highest Mayan temple in the Yucatan Peninsula. The greatest experience is to hiking the impressive COBA Piramide (Nohoch Mul Building). Coba is famous for its many “sacbeobs” (Mayan Roads) 3 Nephi 6 : 7-8; original and incredible stellas(stone tablet ) with very interesting Mayan Glyphs. Omni 1:19-22

Coba, Grand Cenote or Tamcach Ha Cenote & Tulum Tour

Mounting bikes/pedicab are provided to explore at Coba. A taxi tricycle is available for moms and babies, there are also smaller bikes available for children ages 7-11 (otherwise, there are taxi tricycles for them too). This is one of the greatest family tours we offer. It is informative and safe. At Coba you can climb all of the buildings, see crocodiles and visit an authentic Mayan village, seeing their lifestyle and wildlife.


Your encounter with the Maya culture starts with a 1,500 year old historical journey to the ancestral city of Coba, an archaeological site hidden deep inside the rain forest of the southeastern end of the Yucatan.

The Grand Cenote is located between the Mayan ruins of Tulum and Coba. It is the biggest and most famous cenote of the peninsula of Yucatan, hence its name. It has a depth of 10 meters and it is estimated that a dive in the depths can take up to an hour.

It is an ideal place for lovers of diving and swimming. It has a circular shape and diving you will see stalactites and stalagmites and much more. The waters are crystal clear and are illuminated by natural light. You can also see fish, turtles and other aquatic life forms in the water.

The Cenote Tamcach-Ha is one of the beautiful cenotes of the area of ​​Cobá, a destination with pleasant surprises. The clear and clear waters of the Tamcach-Ha await you to launch 10 meters from one of the wooden platform.

Contrary to what many people think, the Mayas have not disappeared; in fact, many modern Mayan descendents still live in the Yucatan Peninsula. A brief stop in an authentic Mayan pueblo will help you understand their true lifestyle, traditions and language as you admire the beauty of their handicrafts. But the best is yet to come! The Mayan tropical forest has many secrets to share, so we will trek inside the jungle to witness the grandeur of the Mayan culture and its imposing buildings long abandoned to the forest and as yet unexplored by archeologists and Mayan scholars.

You will be amazed by the incredible birds and the large troups of spider and howler monkeys. Finally, you won’t want to pass up the exciting opportunity to move quickly along the tops of the trees to the edge of a beautiful lagoon where you will have a panoramic view of the jungle and nature at its best. Without a doubt, this will be a spectacular end to an unforgettable day.

Tour includes:


• 7:30 am – Pick up at your hotel in Cancun or Riviera Maya 
• Admission fees to Tulum-Coba site, cenote and LDS tour guide
• Drinking water and lunch
• 5:30 pm – Return to hotel

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Coba, Cenote & Mayan Village Tour

Mounting bikes/pedicab are provided to explore at Coba. A taxi tricycle is available for moms and babies, there are also smaller bikes available for children ages 7-11 (otherwise, there are taxi tricycles for them too). This is one of the greatest family tours we offer. It is informative and safe. At Coba you can climb all of the buildings, see crocodiles and visit an authentic Mayan village, seeing their lifestyle and wildlife.


Your encounter with the Maya culture starts with a 1,500 year old historical journey to the ancestral city of Coba, an archaeological site hidden deep inside the rain forest of the southeastern end of the Yucatan.

The Grand Cenote is located between the Mayan ruins of Tulum and Coba. It is the biggest and most famous cenote of the peninsula of Yucatan, hence its name. It has a depth of 10 meters and it is estimated that a dive in the depths can take up to an hour.

It is an ideal place for lovers of diving and swimming. It has a circular shape and diving you will see stalactites and stalagmites and much more. The waters are crystal clear and are illuminated by natural light. You can also see fish, turtles and other aquatic life forms in the water.

The Cenote Tamcach-Ha is one of the beautiful cenotes of the area of ​​Cobá, a destination with pleasant surprises. The clear and clear waters of the Tamcach-Ha await you to launch 10 meters from one of the wooden platform.

 Very often one hears of the extinction or disappearance of the Mayan culture. Cancun LDS Tours has designed this tour to help you understand the truth about this mysterious episode in the history of a magnificent civilization, and it can be witnessed in one of the principle arenas of the encounter between the first Spanish conquerors and the Mayas: Tulum.

Come learn the details that make Tulum unique and that keeps its religious history alive. Be guided by the vast experience of our LDS guides, the varied aspects of this site as it relates to the history of the Book of Mormon.

You will also learn about the Mayan religion today, as manifested through the fascinating rituals, teachings and myths that have been an intricate part of their lives since ancient times. You will hear this information from the mouths of the current Mayan priests as they speak in their own temple.

Tour includes:


• 7:30 am – Pick up at your hotel in Cancun or Riviera Maya 
• Admission fees to Coba site, cenote, Mayan Village and LDS tour guide
• Drinking water and lunch
• 5:30 pm – Return to hotel

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Coba & Ek Balam Tour

 

Mounting bikes/pedicab are provided to explore at Coba. A taxi tricycle is available for moms and babies, there are also smaller bikes available for children ages 7-11 (otherwise, there are taxi tricycles for them too). This is one of the greatest family tours we offer. It is informative and safe. At Coba you can climb all of the buildings, see crocodiles and visit an authentic Mayan village, seeing their lifestyle and wildlife.

Your encounter with the Maya culture starts with a 1,500 year old historical journey to the ancestral city of Coba, an archaeological site hidden deep inside the rain forest of the southeastern end of the Yucatan.

Investigations carried out to date have allowed us to understand that Coba has a long history of prehispanic occupation. This occupation would have begun around 200 or 100 BC when there was a settlement of low platforms and wood-and-palm constructions. It was after 100 AD whenCoba underwent a remarkable demographic, social and
political growth that would cause it to become one of the largest, most powerful cities of the northern Yucatan Peninsula.


Ek Balam is the title given to the Mayan ruler who, from 300 AD, founded and ruled a loosely-organized region that would later become known as the Kingdom of Talol. This settlement, which is today called Ek Balam (“Dark Jaguar”), grew to some 12 km2 and included a 1 km2 sacred central plaza where the elite resided. This small central zone was protected by three low walls.


Ek Balam has 45 structures, among them an enormous acropolis measuring 146 meters long, 55 meters wide and 29 meters high. It is here where the most elaborately decorated tomb in the entire Yucatan Peninsula is found. This tomb is full of fascinating, enigmatic symbols that will be easily understood by the hundreds of Latter Day Saints churchgoers who visit the site every day under the experienced guidance of Cancun LDS Tours.


Ek Balam is easy to reach from Cancun, Playa del Carmen, the Riviera Maya and Tulum, so when you visit this area of the Mexican Caribbean, you should not miss out on the opportunity to experience this wonderful contact with your spiritual and historical roots.


Tour includes:


• 7:30 am – Pick up at your hotel in Cancun or Riviera Maya 
• Admission fees to Coba – Ek Balam site and LDS tour guide
• Drinking water and lunch
• 6:30 pm – Return to hotel


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