COZUMEL MAYAN RUINS TOURS

The Mayan Ruins of the Yucatan Peninsula are truly a treasure to behold. These lost cities hail back to as many as 2,000 years ago, when the Mayas were practicing such mathematical genius as astronomy and physics, long before the white man had figured out the secrets. Nobody knows what happened to the Mayas, but their legends - and their cities - live on to this day. Every visitor to Cozumel should visit Chichen Itza, Tulum, or Coba Mayan ruins at least once on their vacation. This is something truly unique to this region, and the stories that these ruins tell will move you.

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Chichen Itza Tours The most famous Mayan Ruins site. We have three tours to choose from!
Tulum Tours The walled fortress on a cliff top. We have six tours to choose from!
Coba Tours Huge site set in the Mayan Jungle. We have three tours to choose from!
Ek Balam Tours The Newest Major Mayan Ruins Site. We have two tours to choose from!
San Gervasio Tours The largest Ruins site on Cozumel! We have the only dedicated tour.
El Cedral Tours Cozumel's oldest Mayan Ruins Site. We have three tours to choose from!
Our Advice: If you are staying on Cozumel, you won't want to miss a day trip to Chichen Itza. If you are on a cruise ship, you wont' have time for that, but you can see San Gervasio instead.
MAYAN RUINS FAQ's
Q: ARE THESE MAYAN RUINS TOURS ALL ON COZUMEL?
A: No, the largest and most impressive ruins sites will require a ferry ride to the mainland. However, San Gervasio, the largest site on Cozumel, does not require a ferry ride - it's right in the middle of Cozumel island.
Q: I ONLY HAVE TIME FOR ONE RUINS SITE - WHICH SHOULD I SEE?
A: Chichen Itza was just named as one of the 7 wonders of the world. Every visitor to the Yucatan should see this impressive site. Tulum is smaller, but it is much closer (45 minutes vs. 2.5 hours), and has a breathtaking clifftop setting overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Coba is the largest site, but is only partially restored. It is the only pyramid that you can still climb of the three. If you don't have time to go to the mainland, or are on a cruise ship, then still consider San Gervasio - the tour is an interesting look at the Mayas, even if the ruins are not nearly as large or impressive as those on the mainland.