The site of Cahal Pech is located very close to the village of San Ignacio, atop a hill on the banks of the Macal River. Its ceremonial center consists of seven closed squares that make up a joint type acropolis, where pyramids, buildings type Palace, a steam bath and two ball courts. The most important are its central pyramid (structure B-1), the hearing and the structure A-1, a pyramidal structure of 78 ft. tall. The visitor center shows a good example of his ceramic objects, one of their graves and some sculptures and other artifacts of mineral materials.

This is the first account, the first narrative. There was neither man, nor animal, birds, fish, crabs, trees, stones, caves, ravines, grasses, nor forests; there was only the sky.