After hotel pickup, head to visit Coba Ruins and learn all about this incredible archaeological site. See the main landmarks of this place which at its peak, had a population of about 50,000 cohabitants and an area of eighty square miles. You'll then headdown to acccess Cho Ha Cenote where you'll enjoy a spectacular swim in its waters. Highlights in this cenote include the stalactites formed by centuries through the limestones which are characteristic of the entire Yucatan Pensinsula.
From there, you'll drive to Tulum for lunch and then for the tour. Tulum, in Mayan language means "three walls" and it's the only archaeological site built on the Caribbean coast. Known in ancient times as Zama, which means Dawn in Maya, it was a fully commercial city. Within its walls lived the nobility and merchants. Also noteworthy is the temple of the paintings where even today you can distinguish red pigments. The Spanish conquistador Juan de Grijalva compared the beauty of Tulum to Seville when he discovered this unique city.
After walking around Tulum head to one of the most famous and visited beaches of the Riviera Maya, Playa Paraiso. Surrounded by palm trees and with a unique turquoise water, Playa Paraiso, or Paradise Beach, is the perfect place to relax and take the last hours of sun. You have free time if you want to do a snorkeling tour on your own and admire the ruins from the sea. From here, head back to the hotel.
Hotel pickups commence prior to this time, you must contact the local service provider to verify your exact pickup time.