Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
The Puuc Route, made by Uxmal, Kabah, Sayil, X-Lapak and Labna, shares archaeological sites that have an architectural style typical of the late Classic period, which is characterized by solid columns and dense smooth walls whose upper parts are decorated with friezes topped by cornices, carved stone engravings, and constant evocations of Chaac, the god of the rain.
VISIT THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES
Learn about about the water collecting systems called chultunes that hide under the great palace of Labná. Go through the rooms and courtyards and pass under the triumphant arch. Feel like an archeologist among the unexplored mounds of X-Lapac, enjoy Sayil's little open-air museum, and photograph yourself in front of Chaac's masked palace in Kabah.
Admire the pyramid of the fortune teller and be dazzled by the splendor of the stone friezes that decorate the nuns' quadrangle in Uxmal, which include stylized human figures, monkeys, birds, Mayan huts with feather ceilings, two-headed serpents, and magic trails that summon the rain, the sun, a good harvest, and success in the struggle for life.
Stay with the light and sound show that reveals and reflects the legends, stories, traditions and beliefs of the ancient Mayan inhabitants.
DISCOVER THE GROTAS OF LOLTUN
End your tour in the caves of Loltun and discover the cave paintings of hands, faces, animals and engravings that date back thousands of years and imagine the life of the ancient inhabitants of these Yucatecan caves.
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