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Coba, Mayan Village Mexico:

Coba is a large ruined city of the Pre-Columbian Maya civilization, located in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. It is approximately 90 km east of the Maya site of Chichen Itza, and  about 40 km west of the Caribbean Sea, and 44 km northwest of the site of Tulum, with which it is connected by a modern road. Coba has become a very popular destination for both national and international tourism in Mexico.
One of the major attractions to visitors is the Ancient Pyramid which is still open to visitors. It is approximately 120 steps to the top of the site. There are a variety of operators who offer tours almost any point within reach.
There are many tours which can include a rappel into the jungle. You can take a dip into the crystal clear water of the cenotes of the region. Experience the amazing feeling of zip-lining into the wonderful rainforest.

Picture: Coba Maya Cenotes

There are canoe tours for those who want the feel of the tranquil fresh water. You can breathe in and appreciate the exquisite natural surroundings. There is also a tour when you can discover the ancient Maya rituals.

Coba Maya Ziplines
Picture: Ziplines Tours

A Maya Shaman will perform a authentic blessing ceremony. Discover the Mayan culture by enjoying a Mayan feast. What did the Mayans eat? Their diet included chicken cooked with traditional ingredients, rice, beans, potatoes, hand-made tortillas, empanadas, and soup.

Coba-Maya Shaman
Picture: Mayan Shaman

Coba is a large and massive Mayan city from the Classic and Post Classic periods. It is located near lagoons which are close to the modern Mayan village which is also called Coba. The travel time is approximately 2 up to 2 1/2 hours if you are arriving by coach from Cancun, Mexico. A guided tour can take at least 1.5 hours to cover the main buildings.

Photos of Coba Mayan Village - Day Tour, Coba
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There are a few tour companies who run tours to late which is connected to an underground river. Coba is also surrounded by a deep intense jungle. The area has been cleared to allow tourists access to explore this wonderful site. It has recently become a tourist site since 1970.

La Iglesia
Picture: Front view of the pyramid structure known as "La Iglesia"

Picture: Coba Maya Temple

Coba was built and became a central center of Mayan government towards the Classic period. This was at a time when the Mayan civilization was collapsing. Coba continued to prosper through the first part of this period. It is believed to have supported a number of people during this time. A few of the buildings may be entered and there are many paths leading to the interior of these buildings. It takes great care when allowing access to the old ruins.

Picture: On top of the Coba Maya Temple in the Village, overlooking the dense jungle.

If you are unable to access all locations on foot then there are also bicycle rickshaws for the less mobile but most visitors tend to explore on foot. It is best to wear comfortable clothes and footwear when exploring.

Tres Reys luncheon
Picture: Tres Reys luncheon.

Coba was also part of a complex road system. The roads provided gateways to remote sites up to 100 km away. The longest of these roads ran over 100km and let to the city of Yaxuna. These roadways were also know as Sacbe. These roadways allowed trade between the people in other Mayan communities which are as far south along the Caribbean coast which is now Belize and Honduras. There is a Mayan pyramid that visitors have access to climb onto and there is also a temple to explore.

Picture: Coba Maya Village