Monday, February 14, 2011

Adventure Tourism In Muna

A tiny group of intrepid Canadians and Americans, along with yours truly, followed Pedro into the jungle for a fascinating look at the flora, caves and Mayan ruins hidden in the jungle near Muna, Yucatan. What was to be a quick trip to Uxmal was extended by 3 hours of jungle trekking under Pedros superb guidance! Not for the faint of heart, this is one fascinating side trip!


Pedro showing us a unique view of Muna, from a jungle-covered pyramid.



Water cistern from Mayan times



Mayan stones strewn about



Venturing into a chultun



Dry cenote, covered in jungle



Inside the cenote / cave



Mayan pottery shards



Another entrance into the underworld



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3 comments:

  1. William, how many blog y would like to have? Hope business is great & enjoy what y doing, that is the best answer .

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  2. i will make a reservation when time will close to May. your ny times article was very impressive. y still take a reservation on May bc hot season? just let me know.

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  3. Truly an amazing day Bill! Thank you so much for this adventure.....even though it was unplanned, it almost made Uxmal pale in comparison!

    Thank you for your great driving and for sharing your knowledge of the area.....definitely a day for the memory books!

    Until next time!
    D & V, B & B

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