Massive Iguanas Living on Mayan Ruins in Tulum, Mexico
In the Tulum Ruins of Mexico, there are many massive iguanas that have claimed the Mayan ruins as their new home. These ruins are on the cliffs overlooking the Caribbean Sea, making it a worthwhile destination to visit while being in Tulum.
My #7 Thing to do in Tulum, Mexico is to Visit These Ancient Ruins By the Sea!
This is #7 on my list of top things to do in Tulum, Mexico, which is to visit the gorgeous seaside Mayan Tulum, Ruins! These ruins are one of my favorite that I have ever visited, largely due to the extremely scenic location of them. They are built on cliff overlooking the brilliantly-blue waters of the Caribbean sea. These are a must-see!
Mayan Inspired Banana Leaf-Wrapped Tamales in Mexico!
Here we rate and review these Banana-Leaf Wrapped Tamales that we ate in Tulum, Mexico! We ate these Mayan-inspired tamales at a all vegan restaurant called "Suculenta". We also ate some chilaquiles here which were pretty good, but the "Papadzul" Tamale is the thing you must try. Check it out!
Superhighways were discovered, indicating that early Mayan society was more sophisticated than previously assumed
The entire breadth of the early Mayan way of life was formerly hard to view due to the dense flora of the northern Guatemalan jungles covering its 2,000-year-old relics. But the use of laser technology has allowed researchers to find a previously undiscovered Maya site that is 1,683 square kilometers (650 square miles) in size and provides startlingly fresh new information about ancient Mesoamericans and their society.
Only $3 to Enter These Ancient Mayan Ruins Near Tulum, Mexico
The Coba Ruins are remarkably cheap to enter - it only costs $3 to explore this vast archaeological sight! They are only an hour from Tulum as well, and you can rent a bike to explore the ruins efficiently.
Pok Ta Pok Ancient Mayan Ball Game Field at Coba Ruins in Mexico
At Coba Ruins, we could see an ancient ruins of the area where the Mayans played a game called "Pok Ta Pok". This is a very famous game that the Mayans played where you have to put the ball through a hole using every part of your body besides your hands.
137ft Tall Pyramid is the Tallest Pyramid in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula
Here we are visiting the tallest pyramid in the Yucatana Peninsula of Mexico called "Nohoch Mul". It is a whopping 137ft tall pyramid that existed in the Ancient Mayan city of Coba. It certainly is a sight to behold!
Riding Bikes Through the Ancient Mayan Ruins of Coba in Mexico
We are at the town of Coba which has ancient Mayan Ruins that you can explore on bike. My wife and I are doing just this in the morning and are coming across many sights along the way.
Exploring the Ancient Mayan City of Coba, Mexico
My wife and I are at the town of Coba, which contains the ruins of the ancient Mayan city of Coba. This day we explored the ruins on bike for the good part of a morning and afternoon. Check it out!
My Wife Explains Ancient Mayan History at Coba Ruins in Mexico
Wy wife and I went to the Coba Ruins in Mexico and she attempts to explain the ancient Mayan history on display. However, I think she was getting a bit confused with Harry Potter's game of Quidditch!
The ancient Mayan tomb of the "Red Queen" was surrounded by treasure and covered in blood-red dust
Tomb of the Red Queen in MexicoPhoto byAnagoria; CC-BY-3.0 The Tomb of the Red Queen is a burial chamber that contained the remains of a Mayan noblewoman. The tomb is located in Temple XIII in the ancient Maya city of Palenque in southern Mexico. It dates back to 600 to 700 AD.
Massive Iguanas Living in the Mayan Ruins of Tulum, Mexico
The Tulum Ruins were once home to the Ancient Mayans - however, they are now the home of the local iguanas living in the Yucatan Peninsula. These iguanas are massive and there are tons of them to see in the ruins of Tulum.
Where the Ancient Mayans Swam and Bathed 500 Years Ago
In the Tulum Ruins, we stumbled upon the remnants of an area called Casa Cenote, literally meaning cenote house. A cenote is place where people would swim or potentially bathe, making it an interesting artifact of the Mayans daily life. Check it out!
First Impressions of Mayan Ruins in Tulum, Mexico
Here are our first impressions of the Tulum Ruins, which are the remains of the Ancient Mayan civilization. They are located right next to the jungle and are perched on cliffs above the turquoise blue oceans of the Caribbean Sea. What are your thoughts?
Entering Ancient Mayan Ruins in Tulum, Mexico
Tulum, Mexico has some ancient Mayan Ruins that you can enter for only $4 per person. Here is our first impressions of these beautiful seaside ruins in the Yucatan Peninsula!
Preview of the Tulum Ruins - The Most Stunning Mayan Ruins in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico!
This is a bit of a preview and introduction to the Tulum Ruins in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. These are some of the most gorgeous ruins in Mexico that are perched on top of cliffs overlooking the blue ocean below. Check out the coming videos to see more!