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Mayan Adventure map & travel guide — a two map set
Note: This product is several years old and does not include new hotels and restaurants. It's still a fantastic guide to the roads, and major attractions.
Why hasn't it been updated? Even though it's one of our favorite trips, most people stay along the coast for vacation, so this map is not a fast seller.
Note: This map to the inland attractions includes, the Mayan archeological sites of Chichen Itza, Coba, and Ek Balam; the cities of Piste, Valladolid, Coba, Ek Balam, and more; refreshing cenotes (swimming holes); and great restaurants along the way.

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Map 1A: Mayan Adventure road map
The highway, toll roads, and interchanges between the inland attractions and Cancun (we also show the route to Tulum) can be confusing. This guide even shows detail maps of each interchange to make your travels easy.

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Getting acquainted with Cancun map
Cancun map
Map 1,
side A
Map 1B: Chichen Itza and the town of Piste
Chichen Itza is the most famous of the Yucatan's Mayan archeological sites. It's incredible to visit, but always busy–and you can no longer climb on the temples. Piste is the supprt town where most hotels and restaurants are located. It's tiny, but interesting for a stroll.

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Cancun hotel map

Map 1,
side B
Map 2A: Ek Balam and Coba
Although Chichen Itza is the most famous Mayan archeological site in the area, we actually prefer visiting these two–as an added plus, you can still climb the temples. Both have nearby cenotes; the ones near Coba are cheap to enter, and breathtaking in their beauty.

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Cancun hotel map
Cancun map
Map 2,
side A
Map 2B: Valladolid and nearby attractions
Valladolid is an incredible, colonial-era city with a laid-back atmosphere as if it were lost in the 1950s–we love it! Excellent restaurants, nearly a dozen churches that date back to the 1500s, a beautiful town square, and an amazing cenote where you can take a refreshing dip.

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Cancun hotel map
Cancun map
Map 2,
side B