LDS Tours in Coba | LDS Tours in Cancun
The geographical evidence that keeps the Book of Mormon sites built in Mesoamerica in ancient time are very interesting at all times. Another example of the great legacy of our ancestors, the people Nephites and Lamanites, you cannot miss Coba. An archaeological site located 40 minutes from Tulum town. With a short walk from Cancun or Playa de Carmen in Riviera Maya.
Coba with Chichen Itza is one of the most important settlements in the region. The area has several sets built; some of them were intended for the residence of former residents and others to the performance of religious ceremonies and burial.
The tour begins with the group in Coba where you can see the temple of the Church, a structure 25 meters high, later there is a set of residential buildings and the ball game, with bases ornamented with human figures.
Short stroll away from Coba Group, following the path, is the mound of Nohoch Mul, a building 30 meters high at the top has a temple 12 meters high, giving the structure a total height of 42 meters.
Another important building is the great platform, probably the largest building, because of its volume, in the entire southeast of the peninsula. It measures 30 meters high and 110 by 125 feet square. Although not yet been explored, realizes the importance of the city of Coba in his time.
Very close to these buildings are the Stela 20 (Dated 30 November 730) and the cruise ò Xaibe four paths with semicircular construction and a staircase. Finally southwest of Nohoch Mul is the group of paintings, an architectural fragment of wall paintings.
In addition to the impressive building that provides the site of Coba is very pleasant walk along the route and have contact with nature. Your encounter with the Mayan culturestarts with a 1,500 year-old historical journey to the ancestral city of Cobá, an archaeological site hidden deep inside the rain forest of south-eastern Yucatan Peninsula.
Climbing the NohochMuul temple (the tallest pyramid of the state about 138’’ feet), you will be able admire the pristine beauty and immeasurable vastness of the surrounding sub-tropical rain forest. This Maya Encounter journey then leads you to an authentic Mayan village, a self-sufficient Maya community living next to an integral part of the region’s lagoon system. You will walk you through the Maya community’s forest, learning the mysteries of their local fauna and flora, lifestyle and wildlife. We’ll explore the Mayan ruins of Cobariding bikes or hiking. Coba is one of the most important sites of the Mayan culture, are unique in that they have been restored. This quiet and peaceful archaeological site dates from 600-900 A.D, Coba was the heart of a large metropolis composed of many cities within the eastern Yucatan Peninsula. One of the most important Mayan culture cities because it is a city and a religious center at the same time, and no one another Mayan city have this privilege we’ll spend the day exploring the lost empire of the Mayas, climbing the great temple of Nohoch Muul, and witnessing the once grand city of Coba. The biggest ruins site near Cancun Mexico and also the most recently uncovered, and restoration is still taking place.
Written to the Lamanites “The Book of Mormon
An Account Written By The Hand of Mormon Upon Plates Taken From The Plates of Nephi
Wherefore, it is an abridgment of the record of the people of Nephi, and also of the Lamanites—Written to the Lamanites, who are a remnant of the house of Israel; and also to Jew and Gentile—Written by way of commandment, and also by the spirit of prophecy and of revelation—Written and sealed up, and hid up unto the Lord, that they might not be destroyed—To come forth by the gift and power of God unto the interpretation thereof—Sealed by the hand of Moroni, and hid up unto the Lord, to come forth in due time by way of the Gentile—The interpretation thereof by the gift of God. Tourist visit various proposed sites of the “Book of Mormon” while tracing the history of the Nephites and Lamanites in the Peninsula of Yucatan Mexico. Archeological sites include ruins of several ancient civilizations such as the, Maya,Olmec and Aztec.
Do not miss the opportunity to engage the services of Alma’s LDS Tours to enjoy of the pleasant experience.
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