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Chococacao Maya
Sanctuary of cocoa, honey &Cenote

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A historical site

Chococacao Maya was for the Mayans, a small rest town where visitors to Cobá made a stop to rest, wash, purify and prepare to reach such an important place. Today it is our sanctuary of Melipona Honey and Cacao, where we transmit the importance of the conservation of the Melipona Bee and Cacao, we conserve a Sacbé that connected Cobá with Chichén Itzá and we have a beautiful cenote where you can cool off. More

Pitchbook
Poster Mayan Equinox

Events

Mayan Equinox 2021

Piezas elaboradas con mial maya y cacao 100% natural en talleres manuales de Cobá

Craft Workshop

Make your own 100% natural soap or chocolate

Cenotes en tulum y cobá

Cenote

Cool off in our beautiful cenote

The Chococacao Maya experience

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Cenotes en Cobá

Coba + Cenote Tour + Chocolate Sanctuary From Tulum

Round Transportation Bilingual Guide Guided Tour at Coba Meal at Chococacao Maya Swim in Cenote

Adults

$99usd

$110usd

Children

$89usd

$99usd
Santuario del Cacao

Cacao Sanctuary

History of Cacao Maya
In Chococacao Maya you will find wonderful experiences with cocoa, from a journey through history to tasting them combined with different flavors, you can make your own 100% natural cocoa soap.

Melipona Honey sanctuary

The Sacred Maya bee
Discover why the Melipona Bee was sacred to the Mayans, it is unique because it does not have a sting and its honey with medicinal properties is the most sought after in the world.

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Cenotes

Mayan Portals to the Underworld
The cenotes were sacred portals to the underworld, a means of contact with their gods. Today they are exceptional places to swim in a transcendental experience.

How do you get to Chococacao Maya?

This historical place, Chococacao Maya, is located on the road that leads to Cobá, in the middle of the jungle, just a few minutes from the archaeological site and right next to the sacred Sacbe built by the ancient Mayans to connect Cobá with Chichén Itzá.