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Kabah, Yucatan Peninsula

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  • Wonderful place. You can walk through the ruins and see iguanas walking around. The man in the entrance was very rude to me when I showed up my student ID and actually got mad and freaked out when he ...  more »
  • This is definitely worth visiting when you go to Uxmal. It isn't far but it is very different than any of the other sites. For one thing there are almost no people. The site is small and intimate and ...  more »
  • I loved this site, and like Uxmal, you feel you have room to breathe here. Admission is M$50 for Kabah. Again you feel you can get up close and personal to the Mayans that lived here. Kabah is a small...  more »
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  • Very well preserved temple to the rain God. Definitely worth seeing.
  • This impressive Mayan site was added to my Uxmal guided tour. Much smaller than Uxmal, but still amazingly impressive.
  • Smaller site, but much quieter and less popular then Uxmal. Worth a visit with the rest of the Puuc route. For some reason they were not charging admission when we went - which was cool. (I think normally admission is ~50 pesos). Handmade wood carvings being sold at the entrance left our wallets lighter even though admission was free.
  • Impressive place, worth a stop !
  • Pretty much the historical site. Is much smaller than chichen itza or uxmal, but have your charm. Here you can see a pyramid unexplored still covered by woods, very cool.
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