Mayan Ruins of Coba

The city of Coba was a huge settlement of the ancient Maya, occupying almost 60 square miles and dozens of roads leading in and out of the city. The site contains the Nahoch Mul pyramid, the tallest in the Mundo Maya, and is one of a central area made up of five groups of buildings.
This important settlement of the Maya has a history dating from around the 2nd century AD through the 11th century AD and has many interesting structures including another pyramid, La Iglesia (The Church), and a set of nine circular altars.
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Reviews of Mayan Ruins of Chichen Itza
  • by Laila H.
    The tour to Coba was great! We opted for the Cobá Maya Encounter and loved it. We climbed the Coba Pyramid and although it was a challenge, we made it. Our tour guide was very friendly and knew very well the history of the site, as well as lots of interesting information that you just don't find in books. If you enjoy the Mayan culture, you will love this tour. Highly recommended!
  • by James G.
    Coba: Interesting place, almost 30 minutes drive from Tulum. We drove from Cancún almost 3 hours and it was well worth it. The site closes at 5 pm so go early. We arrived at noon and enough time to go around. By the entrance you find some small restaurants and gift shops with good prices and good food. All in all, a great place to visit.
  • by Vicky.
    I am a lover of the Mayan Ruins and I love stay close to them to be part of the energy and magic of these places. Coba was a nice experience. Located in a little town, Coba gives you the opportunity to also visit a real Mayan community too. From there, just drive back to Tulum where you'll find a tremendous variety of restaurants, beautiful beaches and great people.