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Biking at Ancient Mayan City Coba

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Biking at Ancient Mayan City Coba

Biking at Ancient Mayan City Coba

Wen you visit any archaeological sites in Mexico, you must walk through the ancient roads to discover it’s secrets, here in The Riviera Maya The archaeological site of Coba is one of the biggest sites in the Yucatan Peninsula, you can walk to every attraction in the Mayan city or you can rent a bike or hire a tricycle where a local will take you to any place you want to discover.

Rent a bike in Coba probably, is the best desition you can make to enjoy a fantastic day, the road its’s in the middle of the jungle and cycling through this probably is the best way you can take fresh air, hear the sounds of the jungle and a good quote of exercise for the day.

Consider that the city is divided in different spots where you can see these ancient buildings and sculpted walls, but the distances between then are in average 2.5km(1.55343 miles).

The main attraction in Coba is to climb the Main pyramid “Nohuch Mul” with more than 130 feet in height, also is one of the last archaeological sites, that let people climb the main pyramid, the view on the top is amazing the landscape of the Mayan jungle is amazing, so the climb exercise worth the effort.

If you do it by yourself renting a car or booking a guided tour to Coba, for sure this place will not disappoint you, many tour operators offer the tour in Coba combined with a tour to Tulum or a refreshing visit to a cenote(underground river), there are many cenotes in the area to compliment this adventure.

In conclusion, biking at ancient Mayan City Coba is a must do in your vacations at Cancun, Riviera Maya or Yucatan, Mexico.

If you are looking for a private tour to Coba, please contact us we provide the best private tours that include private transportation, driver and guide for an exceptional 1/2 day tour from any place of Riviera Maya and Cancun.

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