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If you're mobile (car/rental) this is a beautiful, remote, human size Mayan complex (in excellent condition)
We drove by almost by accident, were absolutely delighted to have to... Short drive from Uxmal....
It definitely has its worthwhile elements such as the stone figures but compared to some other sites it's a bit underwhelming. The price to enter was cheaper than some to, 50k or 80k. Parking is free and it's not too far from Uxmal.
We have traveled to Kabah many times over the last couple of decades. It is our favorite small Mayan archeological site in the Yucatan. The architecture at Kabah is varied and different than other sites. A palace with 365 masks used as a calendar, temples,...More
This is a well kept, picturesque site with a couple of well sized palaces and courtyards , one with hundreds of well preserved Chaac masks and a couple of statues in the back of the palace. It is hardly crowded and off the beaten track...More
This archeological site is not far from the famous Uxmal ruins (please note you need a car to get there) but it is virtually unknown to tourists which is remarkable given the incredible quality of the buildings! You can walk around the ruins freely and...More
No, this isn't the biggest of Mayan ruins, but it has some amazing buildings. One has hundreds of masks of Chac, the rain god. There is also a couple of nice statues of gods. The palacio is huge and you can go on the upper...More
While this is neither the biggest nor the most impressive ruin I've seen on several trips to Merida, it was worth it to see it. It was uncrowded, lovely and restful, and my Mayan driver had never seen it before. It was fun turning him...More
The carving in this small Mayan city is spectacular. Came here on a tour that included Uxmal. The site is partially restored, however the Mascarones and carvings are really impressive, very artistic time during the Late Mayan period.
The palace of Kabah is a monumental edifice. It alone is worth a visit. Amazing carving, sculptures and bas-reliefs. The entire site is split in two by Highway 261. The other half is largely not cleared and has just one lonely arch there. Kabah is...More