Xel-Ha Ruins

The Xel-Ha ruins are small but well worth the visit. Thses ruins are also a popular spot for bird watchers. There are two small cenotes there as well. Past one of the cenotes is a small structure, the "Temple of the Jaguar". Look inside and you will see the red hand prints of a holy Mayan priest. You can walk the entire site in about an hour.

The Xel-Ha ruins are located across the street from the Eco-park, just off the highway south of Akumal on the way to Tulum.

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