It is one of the most important archaeological sites of the Mayan culture. It is located in the zone called Puuc area and is the most representative city of this architectural style. These buildings stand out for their size and decoration. With smooth low walls on which very ornate friezes are opened with representations of the typical Mayan huts, masks of the god of rain Chaac, with his big noses representing the rays of the storms, and feathered serpents with open jaws coming out of the same humans. There are also influences of Nahua origin in some cities and the follow-up of the cult of Quetzalcoatl and Tláloc that were integrated with the original bases of the Puuc tradition.
INCLUDES.- * round trip transportation, entrances to the archaeological site, * certified guide service, * bottle of water, *fresh towels * swimming in a cenote, * lunch included (1 drink during the meal). *Estimated time 5 up to 6hrs.