Öla Cobá


Cobá is an archaeological site of pre-Columbian culture, located in southeastern Mexico, one of the most important Mayan cities of the Classic Period, there is the largest pyramid in the Yucatan Peninsula.

It is located about ninety kilometers east of Chichén Itzá and about forty northwest of Tulum.

Cobá, beautiful and mysterious, was a city of the Mayan Empire, whose name means “place of murky water.”

ÖlaCobá invites you to enjoy a trip through the site located in the middle of a lush jungle to admire the tallest pyramid in the region; even higher than Chichen Itza, with 42 meters high. You can climb the pyramid if you wish. The view of the jungle will take your breath.