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Home of the tallest known Mayan temple and situated deeply within a biosphere reserve, this mega-ruin puts you at eye level with howler monkeys and parrots. Few lucky explorers have spotted jaguars and pumas.
Located just off the Cross-Island Highway on Isla Cozumel, this is the most rewarding and accessible of all ruins. Major Mayan causeways connect the structures; explore the temple of Ix Chel, a small but well-preserved building that was probably a shrine.
You will find this lesser visited site just 18 miles north of Valladolid. Restoration only began in the mid 90s. Marvel at the unique Mayan art and design, including winged figures reminiscent of angels.
At the height of its civilization, this site was home to more than 50,000 inhabitants. Once clearly a major political, economic, and social center, Coba is believed to become one of the largest Mayan excavations on the Yucatan.
Located in the Zona Hotelera of Cancun, this site consists of several platforms, two plazas, and a small temple and pyramid. Today, the ruins are home to hundreds of iguanas, which make a visit here even more interesting.