Hotel Puuc

Address: Calle 55 No. 80 x 44 , Oxkutzcab, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle 55 No. 80 x 44 , Oxkutzcab.
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    The amazing Mayan ruins, Mayapán

    A travel blog entry by jormaontour on May 07, 2014

    75 photos

    ... first impression was. Where are the tourists? The simply answer is in Chichen and Uxmal. My opinion is that start your Mayan hobby from the most famous places. After that you can visit many more depending the time and the level of your intrest.

    Mayapán is very much like Chichen. It has the pyramids and observatorium but miss the ball court. But just behind the area were many more ruins left to find. It ...

    Santa Elena ... And Chac The Rain God

    A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Feb 22, 2014

    46 photos

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    While in Santa Elena, we visited the Mayan ruins on the Route Puuc, which is a name for the style of architecture as well as the area. Having reached the hills, there are no cenote here, so for centuries Mayans have built underground cisterns to store water between rainy seasons. the rain-god Chac becomes even more important, and this can be seen in the architecture, starting ...

    Can you get closer to the Gods?

    A travel blog entry by jormaontour on Jun 23, 2012

    65 photos

    ... piramides. The place i fine and beautiful located in the middle of the jungle. The ruins are in the good condition and easy to visit. But it was hot as in hell.

    To get here i took a bus to Campeche and ask the driver tell when it is time to leave the bus. I went 1040am and took the bus back 3pm. This time was enough i think but you can buy a open ticket and take the last bus 5pm back to ...


    A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Feb 13, 2012

    7 photos

    ... with turtle sculptures that the Maya associated with rain. We ate dinner nearby and returned to the site for an evening light show that beautifully highlighted the building detail in the nun's quadrangle with accompanying narration, in Spanish, of the people who inhabited the Land of the Maya. It was a gorgeous evening and dark enough to see the sky filled with stars and that certainly added a dimension to the experience.

    Swimming In Caves

    A travel blog entry by thelees on Jan 19, 2012

    4 comments, 10 photos

    ... ladies with whom he chatted merrily all the way to the one-horse town of Cuzama.

    Usual practice is being dropped at the town square where 2-passenger motorbike taxis will take you to "La Hacienda", the start of the actual cenotes journey. But our driver broke protocol, saw an opportunity and grabbed it with both hands! He offered (at an extra charge, of course) to take us all the way. With 7 of us (8 plus the ...