These were the only Mayan ruins we saw during our trip due to various changes in plans. Having been to Greece last summer, there was a definite difference in looking at ruins there and in Cozumel. It's clear that there is less known about the Maya. The signs suggest what archeologists DO know, but it's vague. Still, Las Manitas (an altar with handprints) is pretty cool. Best part were the iguanas, who ranged from small to massive. It can be buggy here (and even more humid than along the coast), so wear/bring repellant. If you've seen Tulum and/or Chichen Itza, this site will seem truly tiny. If you're not going to those sites, at least you can get a small taste of the ancient Maya.
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