Top Mayan Ruins to visit

Old Jul 13th, 2017, 03:49 PM
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Top Mayan Ruins to visit

Mayan history is shrouded in mystery. Who were these people that could interpret future through stars? Most of their secrets will never be revealed. Their pyramids, and stone cities have remained standing through ages and are dotted all around Yucatan peninsula. We set out to visit as many Mayan ruins as possible and here is our top 6 sites:

hope you find the post informative and helpful!

I wish there was a way to share images with the readers.

if you want to read the rest of the article and see our photos: (and no, i am not interested in clicks or ads, just want to share our travels)


http://befreeandtravel.com/must-see-mayan-ruins/
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Old Jul 13th, 2017, 11:42 PM
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Xcaret, but not Uxmal (and the Ruta Puuc sites)? Or Palenque?
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Old Jul 14th, 2017, 07:01 AM
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you are totally right, but we have not explored the other coast. These were all the sites within three, four hours of Cancun.
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Old Jul 14th, 2017, 05:13 PM
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I'm curious -- if you aren't interested in clicks or ads, and just want to share your travels, then why don't you paste your report here?
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Old Jul 15th, 2017, 06:55 AM
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sambachula, not even worth to respond to you...

kja, the images that go along the story tell it better than just pasting the text here. That's why there is a link. So you can see the whole story.
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Locogringo is a great source of info for the Yucatan area, including this more complete list of Maya ruins:
https://www.locogringo.com/mexico/wa...logical-sites/

Supplement with some videos on YouTube to get an even better idea of what each is like.
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Old Jul 18th, 2017, 01:59 AM
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I've been fortunate to visit more than a dozen Mayan sites. I don't need your photos. I might have read your text, had you made it readily available, but it seems pretty clear to me that you are not an expert and I have no wish to add to your clicks. JMO.
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The site is very slow loading and then freezes. Was unable to learn anything.
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@ Nyoman: i don't think you missed anything.
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