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We stayed on 01/12/2021, on the main parking lot. Probably where the restaurant was but it doesn't seem to exist anymore. Nice, peaceful, safe, shaded place. Checked in around 6pm and were the only ones there. Permission was granted by some local staff. The next morning we paid the regular parking fee for big rigs (120 pesos). No water or electricity. No wifi. Ruins open at 8am not 9am. One or two decent taquerias walking distance.
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The guard told us that is not possible anymore to camp here for the night…Report Check-In
stayed 1 night arrived around 18.00 paid 70 pesos the next morning. slept perfecte it was very quit.
at 8am we went to the tempels for 100 pesos per person
Great stop. We had the whole parking lot to ourselves and it was safe, quiet, and dark. $120P for the night.Report Check-In
We arrived here in the early afternoon and had to pay 120 Pesos for parking at the Restaurant. If you arrive after 6 pm, when there is nobody around, I think it's free. But it was still cheaper than the parking lot at the entrance!Report Check-In
Stayed there as well without any problems, a few mosquitos, but a beautiful sunset. And we were even able to use the restrooms for free in the morning. Recommendable :)Report Check-In
Close to the entrence of the Cobá ruins there is a big restaurant with its own nice parking lot with trees for some shadow. We came in the evening asking the manager of the restaurant if we are allowed to spent a night here. He agreed without hasitacion and didn't ask for money for an overnight. After coming back from ruins they didn't charge us for a daily stay. We had a peaceful and undisturbed night with only few mosquitos.Report Check-In