National Geographic Travel

photo by @andrea_frazzetta // Guatemala, Tikal. The Temple Number V appears in the middle of the forest.
Temple V stands south of the Central Acropolis and is the mortuary pyramid of an as yet unidentified ruler of the once great city.
Tikal was a capital of the Maya world in ancient times, and it’s easy to believe when you’re confronted with the thousands of massive pyramids, plazas, temples, and dwellings that remain today.
Tikal National Park encompasses 575 square kilometres of jungle and thousands of ruined structures.
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269,260 Tikal, Peten, Guatemala





@emelytoro yes very nice :)


Always wanted to go n figure out how the vanished


Mystifying to feel the breath of ancient history whisper all around


@gettywr tick tick tick ✔️


@gettywr Me too!!! We were running at this point haa


@jazmingavin @anniemurphy103 I remember this exact spot


@shelly.glennon if a toucan, you can


Yavin 4???


@kate_osbornee we are all talking about our love for Lewis last night @emma_kate1993 @jaynekelllly @gracemccabe01


@thedeisedub I’d go back there tomorrow if I could! What a trip.


@freiheitssinn 😂😂😂😘😘😘


I hope to go there this year!


@rickyzoom90, pictures going up soon!


Proposed to my wife atop this beauty some 14 years ago


@pia_lebo kennste eine, kennste alle :-P


Just★** Beautiful plaçe!!!!


One of the most beautiful places in the world


This is one of my favorite places!!


@nalujg ahora pone la tuya JAJAJAJAA


Loved Tikal!! Visited there and Peten-Flores in 2010!! Absolutely amazing!!

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