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LDS Tours in Ek-Balam | LDS Tours in Cancun
One of the ancient Maya cities with the highest artistic and cultural wealth is Ek-Balam, an archaeological site located northeast of Merida, Yucatan, Chichen Itza forty minutes and two hours from Cancun and Playa del Carmen. Ek-Balam means “Star Jaguar”, apparently founded by a ruler with the same name, its greatest cultural expression and abundance occurred during the reign of their king UkitKanLekTok (850/900 AD) who, due to His greatness is depicted on monuments in the area, such as: The Ball and Column 1.
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 […]
LDS Tours Yucatán Península | LDS Tours in Cancun
The portion of land known as the Yucatan Peninsula is a territory consisting of the countries of Mexico, Belize and Guatemala. Its large area of study involves little, for this reason in this article we will only give a brief tour in the Mexican states that comprise it. Yucatan, Quintana Roo and Campeche regions are very similar, with a legacy Mayan cities still fill their customs and traditions. Among the major Mayan archaeological sites are: Chichen Itza, Uxmal, Dzibilchaltún, Mayapan, EkBalam, Izamal, Loltún, Labna, Kabah, X-Lapac (Yucatan); Edzná, Calakmul, Becan (Campeche), Koba, Tulum (Quintana Roo).
LDS Tours in Chichen Itza | LDS Tours in Cancun
Listed as one of the Seven Wonders of the World Chichen Itza is amajestic archaeological site of the Mayan culture. Located on the Yucatan peninsula, however, the proximity to the neighboring state of Quintana Roo, many visitors choose to stay in the Riviera Maya destinations like Cancun and Playa del Carmen, where theyembarking on the road driving for holiday get there.
LDS Tours in Tulum City of Zion | LDS Tours in Cancun
Built on the coastal plain of the state of Quintana Roo, Cancun to 1:20 minutes and 45 minutes from Playa del Carmen, Tulum is a walled archaeological site of the Mayan civilization that does amaze all visitors because of its incomparable beauty. No doubt the structures that make this place are awesome and give us different feelings of peace and tranquility.
LDS Tours in Cancun and Riviera Maya | LDS Tours in Cancun
The Book of Mormon tells the story of migration and arrival of the twelve tribes of Israel to the Americas. After a few years, the children of Lehi, the patriarch of the family, were divided into two nations: the Nephites and the Lamanites, who in turn continued to create descendants of the ancient population of America.
The Tree of Life | Estela 5 Izapa | LDS Tours in Cancun
THE TREE OF LIFE The spiritual history that members of the Church of the Latter-day Saints in The Mayan lands is very beautiful, messages of peace and love, are certainly numerous. One of the most important evidence of the passage of our people for the Mesoamerican territory is the trail known as The Tree of Life, on which we will refer below.