El Reyes Ruins

El Reyes Ruins

Named after the King Stone Sculpture found on the site, El Rey Ruins sits within the Cancun hotel zone, and is home to 47 stone structures, which are the remnants of ancient settlements in the area. Far from the largest by any means, the El Ray Ruins give onlookers a glimpse back in time, to …

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Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza

Located in the Tinúm Municipality in the Yucatán State, Chichén Itzá is one of the most visited archaeological sites in Mexico with over 2.6 million annual visitors! This Mayan pyramid complex spans an area of over 500 hectares/1.9 M2 (5 KM2) and includes numerous temples , The Chichen Itza Temples were a set of First …

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Palenque

Palenque

Situated in southern Mexico, Palenque is a city of temples. The ruins date from as early as 226BC to as late the 7th century. For a long time, the city was shrouded in vegetation, and became swarmed by the jungle of cedar, mahogany and sapodilla trees for centuries. But since its excavation, it is now …

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Coba Ruins

Coba Ruins

Unlike most other tourist destinations in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, which tend to be highly excavated, the ancient city of Coba is as derelict as it gets. Surrounded by four beautiful lakes the saying. “waters stirred by wind,” rings true here. These ancient structures and the wild elements which envelop Coba truly make you feel like …

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Ek' Balam

Ek’ Balam

The sculptures and temple of Ek’ Balam have a life of there own. Dating back to as early as 700 to 1200 BC the site was first occupied from the middle pre-classic through to the post-classic era, around 100BC. The main temple at Ek’ Balam is enormous. It stretches over 500 feet long and 200 …

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