Imagine a time where there were no trees and you could see everything happening around you from up here
The drive from Cancun to Cobá was a little bit over 2 hours. Once you arrive at the Cobá archaeological zone you can get around on foot, with a bicycle, or on a chauffeured tricycle referred to as a Mayan limo.
This observatory was built by the Mayans to study astrology. Back over 1,000 years ago the skies were much clearer so they’d observe star movements with a telescope made mainly from sugar cane. Continue reading “Chichén Itzá – Observatory”
If you listen closely you can hear the echos of a clap inside the chamber of El Castillo
Although a far ride from Cancun, Chichén Itzá is a must see when you’re in the area. It is also an easy place to get to via public transportation so no need to spend the extra money on a tour. Continue reading “Chichén Itzá”