Coba, Cenote Tankah & Tulum
Spend a day exploring and learning about both Tulum and Coba from an LDS perspective. Let Helaman show you how many aspects of these sites tie into the peoples of the Book of Mormon. Knows and climb Nohoch Mul with its 120 steps lead up to the top and reaches 137 feet in height. This is the tallest temple pyramid on the Yucatan Peninsula. Chichen Itza has 91 steps leading up to the top of the Kulkulkan Pyramid. There are a large number of stelae, large stone slabs, throughout the Coba site displayed under thatched. The stela e contain drawings and glyphs that document major events and historical facts that happened in the city of Coba. This is what archeologists use to decipher the history and movements of the Mayan culture throughout the area. Today the glyphs are nearly illegible but the history radiates from these important artifacts.
After visiting Coba Ruins enjoy and refresh in the crystalline waters of Tankah Cenote and if you are brave enough jump in to the sinkhole and get some fun with your family and friends and in the afternoon visit the Mayan Coast city of Tulum.
Hotel pick up at 7:30 am and drop off around 5:00 pm
Air conditioned vehicles with iced cold water
Admission fee to the Archaeological Sites & Cenote
Professional Certified Tour Guide
Authentic Mexican buffet
What to Bring?
Comfortable Clothes & Shoes
Swimming Suit & Towel
Sunglasses & Hat
Everyday of the week. Sundays upon request.
*Tips are not included in the price.