Xaman-Ha – The unknown temple ruins of Playa del Carmen – Riviera Maya

Christian Schoen

Christian Schoen is a globetrotter, travel writer and author of the very successful travel guide "Die Ruinenstädte der Maya", published in Germany. He loves to visit temples, pyramids and any kind of ancient ruins. The SLR in his hand, he can be met on adventurous hiking tours in tropical jungle landscapes - sometimes - or just somewhere in his neighbourhood, the Black Forest Mountains in Germany.

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  1. Chez Playa says:

    Every week in Playa Del Carmen there is a phenomenon at Chez Celine Restaurant. It is full of people,especially for breakfast. Why is this so? We set out to find out what makes this restaurant so popular. ATMOSPHERE. You will feel as if you were in a nice street café in Paris with seating outside on the shaded patio or in the air-conditioned interior.

  1. 2018/06/17
  2. 2018/09/18

    […] archaeological site located just in front of the sea in the most centrical part of town, named “Xaman-Ha”. We shooted some portraits at the site, and then moved to the beach for some funny photographs. You […]

  3. 2018/11/18

    […] favorite ruin site in Playa del Carmen is in the area of Playacar. Known as Xaman-Ha, this is a small ruin site with a building still standing. It’s not far from the center of […]

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