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Stop At: Zona Arqueologica de Coba, Coba 77793 Mexico
Its name is translated as "water with moss" or "water moisture", although there are authors who suggest that it means "murky water", due to the proximity to small lakes with a rather cloudy color. Other researchers of the ancient Mayan language propose more translations, among which “chachalacas water” may be mentioned; "Tooth of Tuza", which would also come from the Mayan words or "abundant water".
Coba flourished in the Classic period when it came to dominate a wide region. Between 200 and 800 A.D., Cobá was one of the largest metropolises in the Mayan world, until its great rival, Chichen Itza, extended its domain.
Duration: 6 hours