MAYAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL ZONES
Personally I live like a real luxury soak in situ of the Mayan civilization, one of the great civilizations of the History of Humanity, which encompasses all human beings. To know the traces of the past is to know ourselves a little more.
The Yucatan Peninsula, Chiapas, Guatemala and Belize were part of the vast territory of the Mayan civilization. On your trip you can visit some of the most incredible ancient Mayan world cities, a walk through history that will fill your heart. Not only you will be able to enjoy the great Mayan cities, but also the natural surroundings that surround these archaeological zones. As incredible as it seems, leaving the usual circuits and the big cities, there are countless Mayan cities that you can visit almost alone.
Being able to walk through these vestiges, climb the great pyramids, discover stuccos and secrets on the walls, are walks you will not forget on your trip. History buffs have a great playground for fun, adventure and nature
BELOW THE ARTICLES WRITTEN ON ARCHEOLOGY AND MAYAN ZONES:
The ancient Mayan city of X'Cambó is the most remarkable of the Mayan vestiges of the northern coast of Yucatan. Since ancient times this area of salt flats has been an important commercial port.read more
The Yucatan Peninsula is an extraordinary piece of gruyere cheese full of hollows, an underground world to be discovered. The proximity of the caves of Balankanche to Chichen Itza are placed on the map prominently.read more
Yaxunah was an important ancient Mayan city a few 25 kilometers from Chichen Itza. The neglect and abandonment of the area makes you think that it was a place of little importance, something far from reality.read more