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Nair2011 Nair2011
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First Mayan Ruins in the history Jun 02, 2011
Tulum ruins is the first known Mayan city in history. Mayans have used this place to tranport their products using boats.

The following structures are important and all withing the boundary wall. Only leaders use to have access to these.


1. Structure next to entrance: This structure has the one underground river, cenote, in Tulum


2. Wind god temple structure: This structure will create sound in the case of huriccane winds. Mayans own natural siren system to indicate the strength of winds.


3. Architect, Ministers home: On the longest day of the year, Jun 22, sun rise rays will fall on the sculpture kept on top of this house through the mayan celebration temple structure.


4. Kings Palace structure


5. Fertility god temple structure


6. Main celebration temple structure


I am so impressed with the intelligence of mayans in those days to construct the effective structures for lively hood. Breath taking beach views will change our tour plans, to visit this place again..
Entrance in the wall of Tulum ruin…
Wind god temple. Mayan's own siren…
Ministers house
Sunrays of the longest day of the …
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cdiener cdiener
6 reviews
Aug 11, 2007
The ancient Maya ruins of Tulum is a most visit here in Cancun / Riviera Mara.

The location of Tulum is just spectacular, the ruins stands in a bluff facing the caribbean as you can see in the pictures.

Tulum in Maya means "wall" and its a walled city.

Tulum is a half day tour, is 2 hours drive from Cancun or 1 hour from Playa del Carmen. The access fee is 35 to 40 pesos everyday from 8 am to 5 pm.

If you are the kind of traveler that likes to see more and enjoy a deeper experience of the site, rustic lodging is available in the village of Tulum where many of the places are built with regional materials and the interaction with the local people makes this experience unique.
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