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Riviera Maya, Tulum Site, Beach - Mexico
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The Riviera Maya (Maya) is a tourist area of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Part from Cancun following the highway 307, Quintana Roo to Tulum, the coast overlooking the Caribbean Sea has fantastic white sand beaches. The average annual temperature ranges from 25 ° C to 30 ° C. The region is flat, covered by tropical jungle and rich of Cenotes (freshwater lakes and caves).
TulumTulum Beach and Sea
Tulum is the site Maia (Maya) on the most famous beach. The amazing Tulum beach with white sand, palm trees and wonderful sea is next to the ruins of the city. Just off the beach of Tulum `s second largest coral reef in the world.
El Castillo de Tulum (Tulum Castle or Temple) is the largest building of Tulum and was the most important in ancient times. The upper temple and the stairway were built on top of an earlier building.
The archaeological site of Tulum is located on the east coast of the Yucatan (Yucatán) about 130 km south of Cancun. Tulum was a major port on the East Coast, had an important influence in the Maya `. While an inscription dated 564 witnessed the year of founding of the city, most of the buildings seen today were built between 1200 and 1450
The Cenote Crystal is a beautiful little lake surrounded by forest, located 4 km south of Tulum is easily reached by taxi.
Coba RuinsCoba (Coba) Ruins
Coba (Coba in Spanish) was a large Mayan city, the ruins still remain today. Construction began in the Early Classic period (300-600 AD) is the last modification was made in Post Classic Period (1000-1450 AD). `The ancient city of Coba has the famous Juego de Pelota (the field where he played ball).
Coba Nohoch Mul Pyramid
The Mayan pyramid Nohoch Mul Coba (Coba) is the tallest structure in northern Yucatan (42m), was built on top of a natural elevation. Nohoch Mul comes from Maya nohoch means big, and mul meaning mound. It is composed of seven bodies with rounded corners and two stairs on the south side. The upper temple is the Post Classic Period (1100-1450 AD).
Coba by Bike
The ruins of Coba (Coba) are 44 km north-east of the site of Tulum. The best way to explore the wild large ruined city is to rent a bicycle in the park.
Playa del CarmenPlaya del Carmen
Originally a small fishing town, today Playa del Carmen is a city of about 100,000. It is the ideal place for tourists, Playa has a long sandy beach.
Cancun consists of two parts, the old center, which is the commercial center on land (Cancun City), and the Zona Hotelera (Hotel Zone) with white sand beaches.
Cenote Dos OjosCenote Dos Ojos, Ojo Uno
Cenotes Dos Ojos or Cenote Dos Ojos (Dos Ojos Cave) is a system of underwater caves near Playa del Carmen. The main caves of the Cenote Park are the Ojo Uno and the Ojo Dos (means first and second eye), are two enormous twin circular holes in the ground (view from satellite seems like two eyes). The Ojo Uno, the largest cave, There's a lake 13 meters deep.
Cenote Dos Ojos, Ojo Dos
The Ojo Dos (the second eye) is connected with the Ojo Uno (the first) through an underwater tunnel which requires cylinders. There's a lake in the second eye. The temperature of the water for snorkeling or diving is around 24 ° all year.
Cenote Dos Ojos, The Bat Cave
The Bat Cave (Bat Cave) is connected with the Ojo Uno (the first eye) through a short underwater tunnel (15m) which require mask and snorkel. There's also a stairs which lead inside the amazing Bat Cave.
How to reach Dos Ojos Cenote Park
Dos Ojos Cenote Park Reach is easy, the entrance is along highway 307 of Quintana Roo which connects Playa del Carmen to Tulum. Dos Ojos Cavern is part of the Nohoch Nah Chich caves. Dos Ojos caves were a movie set: Journey Into Amazing Caves IMAX film of 2002.