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All Places in ‘Mayan Ruins’

  • Chichen Itza Ruins

    This is one of the wonders of the world, and a very busy Mayan archelolgical site that most visitors want to see. It is a very large site, there is a beautiful cenote on the property, and you will learn a lot about the Maya during your visit.

  • El Meco Ruins

    This Mayan Archeological site is a small but filled with great buildings. This site is worth a visit in the northern section of Cancun and can be combined with a visit to the El Rey and San Miguelito Ruins also located in Cancun.

  • El Rey Ruins

    This archeological site is small, with few structures but significant for the Maya people. Located in the Cancun Hotel zone, this is worth going to visit on a half day tour that can be combined with the Site of El Meco.

  • Ixchel Ruins

    This is the only ruin site on Isla Mujeres. The site is small but named the island. It is located on the most southern point of Isla Mujeres and has a beautiful view of the Caribbean.

  • Kool Tours

    Offering a relaxed alternative to the ever-growing tendency towards mass tourism. They specialize is small groups to show you the natural and cultural wonders off the beaten track. Offers one day, three day and fourteen day packages.

  • Muyil Ruins

    This small archeological site is connected to the Sian Kaan Biosphere. There are few buildings but a great site to see. It was the trading post for many of the other Mayan cities in the Yucatan Peninsula. You have access to the mangroves of the Sian Kaan and the tower Read more [...]

  • Playacar Ruins

    These small ruins are free to view in the small neighborhood of Playacar in Playa del Carmen. There are two separate areas where small structures can be found, one with a view of the sea, the other structures are in the jungle.

  • Tulum Ruins

    This famous Tulum ruins are a great morning or afternooon trip. Hire a guide at the ruins or tour the property yourself. This is the only Mayan archeological site that overlooks the Caribbean Sea. Go early or late so you miss the tour bus crowds that enter starting at 11 Read more [...]

  • Xel Ha Ruins

    This little Mayan archeological site should not be missed, It is a small site but with significant history. There are painted hyroglyphics on one of the buildings, and a large cenote worth seeing.