While this place isn't Chichen Itza it is still a significant representation of Mayan structure and carvings. This area served as a "port" for trade up and down the coastline. We stayed in Tulum and grabbed a taxi to get to the area at 0800 (8Am). I highly recommend getting to the site as soon as it opens. You will be rewarded with a sparsely populated site that won't get busy until 10-1030. We felt like we had the place pretty much to ourselves. There is some information on the signs scattered around the site but you can also barter a tour guide for a couple of hundred pesos. We chose not to use a guide, they were still setting up, and had no difficulty understanding what we saw.
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