To better understanding take the night lights show, they will explained every thing, in a simple But realistic way
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Amazing structure with a fascinating history (shared by our awesome tour guide). Be sure to bring sun screen, hats and water, as there is limited shade available and temps can be HOT! Regardless, so worth the visit. A MUST SEE!
This Temple area spoken about in both tours I've been on. Although in both we did not actually walk in closer proximity to it, only talked about from a distance. I would take time during your personal tour time on tours to approach it for...More
What a great history lesson! Spent the day exploring, first in a guided tour, then with a group of five kind people that I met on the bus and ran into again down there. I had read a couple of history books prior to coming...More
The Temple of the warriors is dedicated to all the victorious captains of the game that the Mayan people used to play. It involved voluntarily sacrificing their life at the altar at this temple.
This was a nice place to go to really get a piece of history. It was also a great place to get a feel of great architecture. There were way too many vendors trying to take advantage of people, so when you go there be...More
The Choc-Mul best on view at the Chichen-Itza archaeological site...no longer may be climbed, which is likely best for presevation purposes.
Another great historical place that will bring you back into the unique & ahead of time Aztecan culture. Once upon the time two different Aztecan teams prepared for a game to honor and workship their Gods, then.....well you must discover the history. A must-see place.