Nakbé is an early Maya archaeological site located in the Petén department of the Northern Lowlands of Guatemala.

UnderstandEdit

HistoryEdit

Abandoned around the time of the rise of El Mirador, and it had somewhat of a resurgence during the Late Classic.

LandscapeEdit

Flora and faunaEdit

ClimateEdit

Tropical rainy forest half of the year.

Get inEdit

With mules and guide from El Mirador. This trip is usually done this way, but if you are on your way to Naachtun, you may be coming from Uaxactun.

Fees and permitsEdit

None. The two vigilantes (guards) are pleased when you sign their guest book. Odds are that the previous visitors were there a month before. One of them will go to a lot of effort to show you around. Tips are appreciated, especially hard liquor.

Get aroundEdit

SeeEdit

EatEdit

DrinkEdit

Bring your own alcoholic beverages.

SleepEdit

See El Mirador.

LodgingEdit

Hammocks and mosquito nets.

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