The Thousand Columns was the Chichen Itza marketplace where goods were bought and sold.
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- 10.21 mi0.21 mi from Court of the Thousand Columns9 reviews
120 mins from the house One of the new 7 wonders, Chichen Itza is by far the best mayan ruin and probably the best of all America after Machu Pichu. Considered the biggest city of the Mayan culture its the biggest ancient zone considering that is the most with square meters constructions. The main Castle of Kukulkan at Chichen Itza ...Popular withHistoryAdventureBackpackers
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- 51.77 mi1.77 mi from Court of the Thousand Columns8 reviews
So gorgeous, like something out of time. 90 steps take you down to this beautiful sinkhole, that boasts depths of 50M (so our guide told us), and thousands of black, blind catfish, float about as you swim. Birds chirp overhead, and sensuous flora line the walls, as vines fall from above, to complete the lovely scene. There is a 20 ...Popular withOutdoorBackpackersGreen
- 610.79 mi10.79 mi from Court of the Thousand Columns1 review
The village of Yokdzonot cleaned up its nearby cenote and now manage it very well. The swimming itself is great, in a huge deep-green pool that's reached by long staircases. And the group offers snorkel gear for rent and a zipline, as well as bike tours through the forest in the area, so you can bike a bit then cool ...Popular withOutdoor
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- 931.18 mi31.18 mi from Court of the Thousand Columns1 review
This Maya archeological site is a must see when visiting Valladolid and Yucatan. Only in the year 1999, archeologists discovered a Maya mausoleum from around the year 783 with an almost intact stucco facade. Unique!