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Mayan Ruins in the Yucatan Peninsula

Mayan Ruins to visit next time in the Yucatan Peninsula

Where are you planning your next vacation? It will be a good option to choose the Mexican Yucatan Peninsula and the Mayan Ruins and cities.

 

Becan: The Mayan City of the Ditch

Along with the Caribbean Beaches, cenotes and ecological reserves, you can witness some of the most popular ruins of the world. Becan is one of them.

Becan was built by the Mayans during the pre-Colombian age. The city is located at the middle of the state and surrounded by other ruins. Balamku, Xpuhil, and Calakmul were connected with Becan through ancient sacbes.

 

Becan: The Mayan City of the Ditch - Mayan Ruin

Becan: The Mayan City of the Ditch

 

Tulum Ruins: The Seaport of Mayans

Tulum is one of the most visited tourist spots in Mexico. This state of Quintana Roo has a plenty to experience. Tulum Ruins from the ancient Mayan civilization is one of them.

Do you want to relax during the trip? Tulum ruins can be the relaxing point for you. The ruins are located at a place surrounded by more amazing spots. More than 2 million people come to Tulum every year and most of them go visiting Tulum Ruins.

 

Tulum Mayan Ruin - Tulum

Tulum Ruins: The Seaport of Mayans

 

Oxkintok: The Mayan City of Tzat Tun Tzat

First of all, are you considering visit an archaeological site? If yes, the Yucatan Peninsula is going to be a blast for you. Every part of this Yucatan Peninsula region is full of Mayan ruins. Any part you go, you will find something that is either open to the public or under the excavation process. Oxkintok is one of them.

Being one of the most beautiful archaeological sites, Oxkintok has an outstanding environment for welcoming tourists. It is located in the Puuc area of the state of Yucatan. To get in there, you must take the south-eastern Mexican highway.

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Oxkintok Mayan Ruin ENJOY!

 

Ek Balam: The Black Jaguar of Mayan Civilization

Traveling in ruins of the Yucatan Peninsula is an extraordinary thing to do. But it becomes irritating when the crowd becomes intolerable. For example, Chichen Itza ruin is an overcrowded place. If you want to enjoy a crowd-free Mayan city, the best place to suggest is Ek Balam.

This ancient ruin is located in the middle of the northern lowland of the Yucatan. Depending on your plan and schedule, keep a space during the visit from Merida to Valladolid. It is in the middle of these two famous tourist towns.

 

Ek Balam: The Black Jaguar of Mayan Civilization - Mayan Ruin

Ek Balam: The Black Jaguar of Mayan Civilization

 

Chunchucmil: The Mysterious Mayan City

The modern Yucatan state was once ruled by one of the most advanced civilizations of the world, the Mayan Civilization. They built cities all around the state. Chunchucmil is one of those Mayan cities. For tourists visiting such a lovely historical place enhances the enjoyment.

Chunchucmil is not like the other Mayan archaeological sites. It was undiscovered for a long time because of having no trace. After the first excavation, archaeologists realized the true importance of the city.

 

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Chunchucmil – Playa del Carmen ENJOY

 

Calakmul: The Ancient Mayan Town of Snakes

Do you have an extreme adventurous habit? And, do you like historical ruins at the same time? If the answers to the questions are yes, you must visit Calakmul on your next tour in Campeche.

Calakmul is one of the most ancient powerful Mayan cities discovered and excavated by the archaeologists. Though the popularity of this lowland ruin is not as much as Chichen Itza or Coba, the place has been able to attract a lot of tourists in the recent years.

Calakmul: The Ancient Mayan Town of Snakes - Mayan Ruin

Calakmul: The Ancient Mayan Town of Snakes

 

Coba: The Grandest Mayan City of the Yucatan Peninsula

At the beginning of the 1st century, more than fifty thousand people lived near the Caribbean Coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. They named the city “Coba”.

The translation of Coba is water that is stirred by the wind. Isn’t it curious? Well, just like your curiosity, around 2 million tourists visit the Coba ruins every year. Most of the parts of this ruin are still unexcavated. But this 25 square kilometer village is going to give you the best knowledge about the Mayan Culture and tradition.

 

Coba Mayan Ruin

Coba: The Grandest Mayan City of the Yucatan Peninsula
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Chichen Itza: The Largest Mayan City of the Yucatan Peninsula

Do you want to become the witness of one of the most advanced civilizations of the world? The Mexican Mayan civilization was an advanced civilization. They created the dynasty centering the Yucatan Peninsula.

Still, there remain some ruins of that civilization in a city called Chichen Itza. During your trip to Mexico, do not forget to include a visit to Chichen Itza.

 

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Chichen Itza – Playa del Carmen ENJOY

 

Uxmal: The Mayan City Which Was Built Three Times

Every tourism spot has some unique places to visit. When you are traveling to the Yucatan Peninsula, visiting Uxmal is a must.

Is one of the most decorated Mayan cities of Mexico and declared as the world heritage site by UNESCO. The palaces, temples, and elite buildings of the city has made it extraordinary than the others.

Feeling interested in visiting Uxmal? Here you go with all the necessary information about this ancient city!

 

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Uxmal Ruins – Playa del Carmen ENJOY

 

Palenque: The Hidden Mayan City of Jungle

If you are looking for a calm and historical hideout in Mexico, there is no better alternative than going to Palenque. This is one of the unique Mayan cities of Chiapas.

The actual meaning of the word Palenque is big water. The nearby waterfalls were the reason behind naming the city.

You should not let the chance go of visiting this jungle city built by the Mayans.

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Palenque: The Hidden Mayan City of Jungle – Playa de Carmen ENJOY

 

Mayapan: The Mayan City of Pottery

Finally, Do you wish to see one of the largest ruins of the Yucatan state in Mexico? If you are traveling to Merida, have a detour in Mayapan. Thankfully, this site is now open for visiting and not much crowded. The place has not yet become a tourist-friendly spot.

The major reason for visiting Mayapan is witnessing a tourist spot to grow. The ruin is completely different from the other Mayan cities in this Peninsula. Feeling curious about the place? Let’s start digging dip into this ruin topic then!

 

Mayapan: The Mayan City of Pottery - Mayan Ruin

Mayapan: The Mayan City of Pottery

 

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