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I enjoyed visiting this place. Great nature and history. There were a few local people selling stuff.
I have been to over 40 different Maya ruins in Mexico, Belize and Guatemala and have seen all the major sites. Not much has been reconstructed or preserved in Iximche but there are a few interesting things. First is the location: 3 sides are deep ravines which helped greatly…
These remakably well-tended ruins and the adjacent small, but well thought out museum are worth a detour to see!
January of this year was the second time that I had visited this ruins. In addition to the ruins and museum, this time there were indigenous people performing various rituals.Be advised that no food is for sale within the National Park itself, but the Waybi Foundation…
This site is important historically. If you happen to be nearby, it's well worth an hour stop. Get a local guide to help you understand what you're seeing. But, for me, not worth a lot of extra effort.
Our mission team stopped here on our way to Chichi to learn about Mayan culture. We had an English speaking guide. He did a great job of explaining the ruins in an interesting way! We learned a lot! We were disappointed to have missed the ceremony that had taken place earlier in…