Mexico - Pacific Coast
( Sightseeing / Archaeological Sites )
Toniná: This is a relatively small archaeological site, but well worth a visit. To add to the magic, you might be the only tourists there. Toniná was one of the last functioning Classic Mayan cities, surviving almost 100 years beyond the demise of the others. To enrich your explorations, browse through the museum before meandering through the site. Excavations are still underway but there is plenty to see including ball courts, carvings, and an exceptionally impressive, 80-meter-high pyramid, supposedly the tallest in the Mayan World. To reach Toniná, from the town of San Cristóbal, head north on highway 199 in the direction of Palenque. After 98 kilometers, just before the town of Oscingo, turn right on the toad marked to Toniná.
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