Kohunlich is the name of a city and Mayan ceremonial center, Kohunlich is relatively large, about 21 acres surrounded by tropical forest. Learn about the history of the archaeological zone of Kohunlich next to our tourist guides who will show you the pre-Hispanic architecture of the area. Dzibanché which in Mayan means "writing on wood", was given by the discovery of lintels wooden with calendar inscriptions in the structure known as Temple VI, a Very representative architecture of the Mayan coast.
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Entrance fees to archeological / historical sites.
A minimum of 3 people is required.
Free for children under 5 years.
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