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Chichén Itzá

2h30 from Sisal

The only Mayan ruin that is listed as one of the new Seven Wonders of the World, Chichén Itzá is a well-preserved Mayan city that was once a major spiritual and economic centre for the Mayans. The complex contains various temples and a sacred cenote.



1h from Sisal

Dzibilchaltún contains a famous structure known the Temple of the Seven Dolls because seven statues were found at the pyramid during its excavation. Alongside the ruins is a cenote that was once the site of a Mayan religious cult and is today a popular spot for swimming.



1h45 from Sisal

Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the site is dominated by the Pirámide del adivino (Pyramid of the Magician), an impressive step pyramid that rises to a height of 131 feet (40 meters).


Ek Balam

3h from Sisal

Ek Balam is an ancient Mayan city that thrived about 1500 years ago. It is amazing how well preserved these ruins are. You can still climb the great Acropolis pyramid for dramatic views of the Riviera Maya.

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