Add Ichkabal to your itinerary in southern Quintana Roo!

The Mexican state of Quintana Roo lines the western coast of the Yucatan peninsula bordering the Caribbean Sea. The region holds some of the most fantastic Mayan ruins, including the sites of Chacchoben, Cobá, Tulum, and Xcaret. Now, Mexico's National Institute for Anthropology and History is readying a "new" ancient site, the Mayan ruins at Ichkabal, for public tours.


Ichkabal; Costa Maya's Newest Excavated Mayan Ruins, Soon to Open!

By Tales from Mahahual

December 16, 2016

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