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360° TOUR OF ANCIENT MAYAN RUINS IN TULUM & COBA, FOLLOWED BY THE TRIP TO 2 DIFFERENT CENOTES IN MEXICO.

We visited the fantastic mayan ruins during a one day trip and recorded it all in 360° degrees.  

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During our stay in Riviera Maya, we took our time to visit one of the most important legacies from the times of mayan might. 
The video shortly starts in Tulum, one of the newest ancient mayan towns and sadly on of the most affected by the blazing mexican sun and salt from the sea, which means it lost its original sky blue color on all the temples.
After Tulum we continued to Coba, which located in the hearth of Yucatan jungle contains the biggest mayan temple you can still climb.
The whole site is very nice and large, with jungle giving it a quite special feel.
The video ends with trip to two different cenotes (one closed and one open), sadly we did not remember the names as they were not one of the most popular ones.

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desicne10 mons ago
@Sushi Wings yes, it is the only big mayan temple you can climb on Yucatan peninsula
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Whenever I go to a scenic spot, my favorite place to visit is the temple there.
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Sayene10 mons ago
I haven't been to the place.
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Sushi Wings10 mons ago
so many travelers in the place, is this a popular temple
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Bryan Lemiszka10 mons ago
It's amazing here.
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