At Dune Buggy Adventour we make our way to San Gervasio Park and to El Catillo Real, both widely known archaeological sites in Cozumel, but what other sites are there in Quintana Roo? First off we have Tulum’s Archaeological Site which is located just 60 km from Playa del Carmen. The ruins of Zamá (which means dawn when translated from Mayan) were built with a view right to the Caribbean and the amazing Castle, which served as a type of lighthouse for boats with different type of products for the Mayan society. Next up we have Cobá which is a site that is located 100 km from Playa del Carmen and 40 from Tulum. This was the greatest trading city in ancient Mayan culture and it’s filled with mayan structures. You can also put on a swimsuit and dive inside a cenote for a quick swim. Finally we have Xcaret, which is also a theme park that is located 9 km from downtown Playa del Carmen. It was one of the most important merchant docks in the Mayan culture due to it’s great location in front of Cozumel island. We invite you to take a tour to our own mayan archaeological sites with us at Dune Buggy Adventour.
Archaeological Sites in Quintana Roo