The monumental architecture that has survived to this day, which is emblematic of the site, has a clear Toltec influence. The god who presides over the site, according to Mayan mythology, is Kukulkán, a Mayan representation of Quetzalcóatl, god taken from the pantheon of Toltec culture.
How to get?
From the city of Cancún, Quintana Roo, you take the federal highway number 307 to the south, until the town of Tulum, where you take highway 109 towards Nuevo Xcan and after traveling 47 km. Cobá will be found. The visitor can also arrive at the site by public transport.
In Mayan: Mouth of the well (chichen) of the water witches (Itzá)
It is one of the main archaeological sites on the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico. It consisted of a city2 or a ceremonial center, which went through various constructive periods and influences of the different towns that occupied it and that promoted it since its foundation. An important and renowned vestige of the Mayan civilization.
The visit to Chichén Itzá has two key and precious moments a year. During the spring and autumn equinoxes, the Kukulkán Castle leaves us an incomparable spectacle: over the course of about five hours, the play of light and shadow define the silhouette of a feathered serpent, some 34 meters long.
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Visit the mythical temple of the warriors
Visit the wonderful Kukulkan pyramid
Enjoy being outdoors on our tours! You will be getting a tan, listening to good music, diving in the pool, dancing at sunset and sipping your favorite cocktail.
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