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A small Mayan ruin on the road to the lighthouse. It's interesting to see and worth a quick look at but it's not a hugely impressive temple structure or anything like that. Our guide explained that it was used as a lighthouse and there were...More
Located in the ecological reserve of Punta Sur, which is managed by the Cozumel Parks and Museums Foundation is "El Caracol" also known as the "shell tomb". To get there, you will travel to the south and then you must take a small dirt road...More
Got tired of hanging around the hotel, so we rented a jeep and took a drive around the island. Driving to El Caracol from the El Presidente was a snap. There is an older road that parallels the coast. It is one way, and has...More
It is a small mayan ruin but it is still worth taking the time to see and check out. Also since it is included with the park entrance fee. Plus you can also go to the lagoon look out platform that is on the other...More
We decided to take a tour of Cozumel Island, one of the best choices we made during our 14 day stay in Playa Del Carmen. It started off with a ferry ride to Cozumel, the ride was good as the sea was calm (approximately 35...More
The story behind this ruin is there are conch shells built into the top of this structure that catch the wind in severe weather and send out a warning signal. We stopped here on a jeep tour that included the lighthouse and we visited here...More
While I certainly wouldn't go out of my way to find this ruin, it was roadside while traveling in to the Faro Celarian Eco Park. Our taxi driver, Mario, pulled over to tell us a bit of its history: It was originally used as a...More