Cancun may be known as a beach holiday destination, but there’s so much more to do than here than soak up the sun and enjoy a few frozen drinks. One of the most popular area activities is a visit to the local Mayan ruins, remnants of a sophisticated ... 

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Lynne C

July 2015

 Swimming with dolphin friends on Isla de Mujeres! Breathtaking experience , Lynne C - July 2015

Dolphin Kisses

Swimming with dolphin friends on Isla de Mujeres! Breathtaking experience

Anonymous

August 2012

Enjoying the beach in the shadow of the Mayan ruins at Tulum - August 2012

Tulum Beach

Enjoying the beach in the shadow of the Mayan ruins at Tulum

Anonymous

June 2011

Ancient Ruina El Rey or Zona Arqueologica El Rey in Cancun Mexico - June 2011

El Rey Ruins in Cancun

Ancient Ruina El Rey or Zona Arqueologica El Rey in Cancun Mexico

r&r

April 2011

 The observatory is at the end of the tour and at the back of the site. , r&r - April 2011

Chichen Itza Observatory

The observatory is at the end of the tour and at the back of the site.

Audrey F USA

October 2010

October 3rd 2010, Audrey F - October 2010

Chichen Itza

October 3rd 2010

Audrey F USA

October 2010

Chichen Itza...recommend you take this tour if you are going to be in Cancun., Audrey F - October 2010

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Chichen Itza...recommend you take this tour if you are going to be in Cancun.

Anonymous

August 2009

Kukuklan temple - August 2009

Chichen Itza

Kukuklan temple

Ian L

June 2016

 Approaching the great pyramid. , Ian L - June 2016

Chichen Itza

Approaching the great pyramid.

Vj M

June 2016

 Coba main pyramid , Vj M - June 2016

Coba ruins

Coba main pyramid

Stephanie S

June 2016

 myself and amiga viewing the old port , Stephanie S - June 2016

view

myself and amiga viewing the old port

Brenda H

May 2016

 Carlos explains to us how the Mayas used the sun-watching platform to mark the passage of the sun with keyholes in the temples for summer and winter solstice , Brenda H - May 2016

Sun observatory

Carlos explains to us how the Mayas used the sun-watching platform to mark the passage of the sun with keyholes in the temples for summer and winter solstice

Brenda H

May 2016

 Maya priest in the center, Carlos on the left. Prayer ceremony blessing us and asking gods of underworld permission to allow us to swim in the cenote. , Brenda H - May 2016

Incense prayer ceremony

Maya priest in the center, Carlos on the left. Prayer ceremony blessing us and asking gods of underworld permission to allow us to swim in the cenote.

Mandy R

May 2016

 Marco Antonio - you'd be lucky to have him as your guide! , Mandy R - May 2016

Lessons on the bus - pronunciation, numbers and other interesting things!

Marco Antonio - you'd be lucky to have him as your guide!

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