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visiting the mayan sanctuary

The Mayan sanctuary of cacao and honey is located in such an important place for the Mayan culture called Coba, this site was the most influential in the Mayan world only after Tulum. The Mayans used to arrive in the surrounding areas to sleep, wash and purify themselves with traditional rites in order to enter the city of Coba, cleaned and ready for their commercial, religious and political activities. Just like the ancient Mayan ancestors, tourists from all over the world come to Chococacao Maya to rest under the stars, camp next to our cenote and enjoy the natural concert of natural sounds that the Mayan jungle offers every night.

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Camping Tour in Tulum and Coba

Access to cenote Tent Area Free Wifi Hammock area Toilet and Showers

Adults

$25

$35

Child

$25

$15
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.

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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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abejas

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.

You can get to Chococacao Maya by yourself by renting a car or by boarding public transportation from the Tulum Downtowm.

Camping in Tulum and Coba, Folk Art and Culinary Center