Wow! this place is huge and awe inspiring. Just the 12kms of walking through the National Park was good, going to the various temples. These were very interesting & our guide, Miguel was so good with his explanations. He obviously loves his job and is proud of what he does. Climbing up the temples was fine, the views over the... 更多
Even if it may seem not as spectacular as the ruins of Tikal nearby, the site of Uaxactun offers a complete different experience than may add a cherry on a cake for your jungle ruins exploration. The main features of the place are: - its quiteness - not many travellers dare to visit this distant site; - the deep feeling... 更多
Been in Uaxactun is amazing bcos you hiring a tour guide you get to undertand more about the maya preclasic period wich is something that tourguids dont talk about when hiking in clasic mayan sites.
Stay in Flores, leave your hostel at about 2:30am and get here for the sunrise tour. You can sit atop the tallest Mayan pyramid and watch the sunrise over the rain forest. It is misty a lot so its hard to see a good proper sunrise, but you get to see the jungle come to life before your eyes. The... 更多
The ruins are split in two by the modern town and it's airfield. The more interesting part lies behind the town and is reached by a turn off and up a steep rutted road right in the middle of town. If you don't already know where this road is it could be difficult to find. If you love the Maya... 更多
Nice Ruins, Only if you have been to Tikal and Yaxha National Parks. Small Parks and it only has 20% of the ruins restored!
We went to Uaxactun on a tour booked through ViaVentures. We are adventurous types and this suited us. It was just us, Aquilino our guide, and Hiram, our driver. We flew to Flores and spent the night in a small hotel, then were picked up for our trip. A truck was broken down and blocking the dirt (actually mud as... 更多