Wayak invites you to discover all the wonderful architecture of the ancient Maya civilization in Chichen Itza, a fine example of the expertise in masonry of this amazing culture. This Pre-Columbian city is an excellent example of the different architectural styles that the Mayans exercised some 3000 years ago; you can`t miss these ancient site.
We have different services for you to delve into the wonders that Mexico has to offer; you can take one of our shuttle buses, which travel to some of the countries attractions such as Oaxaca, Uxmal, Merida, Playa del Carmen and Cancun. Safe and comfortable services that will pick you up at your hotel and drop you at the door of the hotel.
Located to the East of Yucatan, Chichen Itza was one of the most important cities of the Mayan empire; a diverse place where different tribes came together, leaving behind an assorted array of artifacts with materials gathered from all around Mesoamerica. Our Mexico travel to Valladolid and Chichen Itza will also take you to some of the other sites.
Another wonder from the Mayan civilization is the Sacbeob, which literally means white roads; these are raised paved pathways that connect different buildings in a Mayan city and different ancient cities in the Peninsula. It is believed that the longest Sacbe covered up to 200 miles, from Merida to the Caribbean Sea.
One of the most advance cultures in ancient America, they developed one of the earliest written language, the concept of zero in mathematics and some of the most astounding astronomical knowledge at the time. You cannot miss the remnants of this exotic civilization that has mystified humanity for centuries; Wayak`s Mexico travel to Valladolid.
When you visit Chichen Itza, you'll have the chance to see different facets of the Mayan architecture and culture. This city once reunited the architectonic nuances of both the Puuc and Chenes regions of the empire. Our Mexico travel to Valladolid and Chichen Itza will also take you to other popular sites like Uxmal and Celestun, contact us now.
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