Cobá is one of the main Mayan archaeological sites in Mexico. Its history dates from around the year 750 B.C. This ancient Mayan city is made up of five main buildings with a network of interconnected roads, which facilitated the exchange of goods and services with the rest of the populations in the Yucatan Peninsula. One of the main characteristics of these ruins is the famous Nohoch Mul pyramid, with 120 steps that lead to the top where you can admire a view of the great jungle of the Riviera Maya from 42 meters high.
Coba archaeological ruins + Cenote
Coba archaeological ruins + Beach Club
Coba archaeological ruins + Valladolid
Coba archaeological ruins + Tulum archaeological site
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