Tulum is the very large site of ancient Mayan Ruins where you can explore many old buildings that used to be a bustling Mayan center. It is easy to access if you're staying in Cancun or Cozumel. The site is incredibly well preserved, giving you a great perspective of what Mayan life may have been like. Some structures there include the central large pyramid, El Castillo, the Temple of the Frescoes, and the Temple of the Descending God. Tulum is also renowned as being one of the old Mayan sites along the ocean with magnificent views of the water. Remember to bring your bathing suit as there is a great beach there, too!
Beyond Palenque, and the more you go forward, the more you find yourself inside the jungle. It is impressive to see everything so green around and suddenly find these wonders where a big civilization lived for many years. The most representative of Bonampak frescoes are inside the caves, which show the organization and customs of the Mayan culture. It is amazing.
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Tonina is a little off the beaten track, allowing visitors to stroll through pyramids, temples and tunnels. The small museum shows the importance of the site during the pre-Columbian period, with an impressive model. It was really interesting to see what went before. After walking around, if you do not have a fear of heights, I'd suggest that you climb to the top of the main building, for a magnificent view of the site and its surroundings. Of course there is no ladder or other safety net so do take care! But it is definitely worth a visit while in Chiapas!
It was worth discovering this place and thanks to the vagaries of a former boss, who at any cost wanted to camping style corporate event in this place called Cacaxtla. It is definitely a place to get away from all the hustle of the city and become more spiritual, it's a place full living things, literally anywhere you can see some kind of animal or rare insect, even under the sand. There aren't scorpions living out there but there are small snakes, I never saw one but who knows, this makes it a little dangerous but worth it.
In the center of the country, in the lowland zone, where a big industrial corridor are the group of archaeological sites that were found 10 years ago, where it was believed that only nomads were rooted to arrive. We had to take the Irapuato-Abasolo road where there is a detour to the village of San Jose de Peralta which is about 15 min from the junction, we went inside a traditional ranching village with nice people sunbathing talking to neighbors, dogs that follow the car, we asked for directions to go on a tiny dirt road and in less than 5 minutes you arrive to a fantastic place with parking on cobbled streets. On top of a hill with a view lovely view, with the contrast of vegetation between the trees and desert plants, cactus, organs, etc ... It has a tiny museum which houses the ticket office where adminission costs 30 pesos for adults and kids over 2 years of age only 15 pesos, once you go inside the museum there are a variety of artifacts of obsidian, jade necklaces and bones, once A short video lasting about fifteen minutes the archeological their buildings .. Knowing the most interesting is not yet known but that culture was still dating that is more or less the same age Teotihuacan. There are video sales and you can find children offering to show you around the area, along with a good explanation by offering to show you around other ruins that are on private property, they show many sunken courtyards and a stone bell . Excellent tourist activity in the center of the country .. Sorry for making errors and if the explanation is not very good.
Tezcutzinco archaeological zone is considered as the resting palace of the poet king Nezahualcoyotl, many of the buildings are carved into the bedrock of the mounta)in, so it is monolithic. It is a hydraulic complex that irrigated the entire hill and surrounding terraces. You reach Texcoco (which is 40 km east of the Federal District and a another 7 km further east again). It's at an elevation of 2580 meters and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
I loved it. It's amazing to see all the Yacatas (pyramids). Such beautiful architecture, it feels like you're going back in time to be one of them (the Purepechas). You also get a lovely view from the Lake Pátzcuaro. You won't regret going.
It is an archaeological site of the Maya that are located in the town of Trinity, about 55 kilometers from the city of Comitan in Chiapas. Although not a great ceremonial center as Chichen Itza or Tulum, the ruins and the landscape are a great attraction. The site consists of four sets of buildings that make up the center, the most important at the top of the hill where the view is breathtaking. My recommendation is that if they go instead to the Laguna de Montebello National Park take a few minutes to visit this archaeological site which is before the National Park if coming from Comitan. An important point is to try to visit when it is not rainy season, because the surrounding area there are small lakes and flooded the step to climb the hill and lose at least from my point of view the ruins located on the hill is most important. With respect to the collection I was there in September 2011 and admission was free.