Cabaguil - One of the seven Maya gods who helped to create the world of mortals. Referred to as Heart of the Sky.
-- Ruler of the smaller lightning bolts.
Chac -- the Rain God and Cosmic Monster Chac is a dragon-like monster with a crocodile head and ears like a deer. Since he exists on the edge of the sky, this cosmic monster marks the path between the natural and supernatural worlds. In the story of creation, Chacs were placed at the four corners of the world. They bring the rains by shedding their blood and create thunderbolts by hurling down their stone axes. Chac was also the name given to Maya elders who assisted at ceremonies and sacrifices.Chicozapote -- One of the most common trees in the jungles of Mesoamerica, The trees grow to over forty feet tall, with trunks that can measure a yard in diameter.
Chicle -- Used to make chewing gum, is is the juice of the sapodilla tree
Chilan -- A soothsayer or medium (fortuneteller).
Cit-Bolon-Tum -- A Mayan god of medicine.
Coba -- A Maya ruin with The second highest pyramid called La Iglesia
Cozumel-- the largest Mexican Caribbean island, is 10 miles wide and 28 miles long where tourism, mostly divers dominate. Dive shops vary from PADI 5-Star facilities to single proprietor boats with snorkeling trips off the quay. Water sports in Cozumel are everywhere.. Cozumel hotels the gamut from luxury to basic; Archaeology plays a bit part in Cozumel tourism; the best preserved site is San Gervasio.Not by chance, this narrow strip welcomes all tourists from free independent travelers to cruise ship passengers with a rack of premium clubs, eateries and drinkeries. Ferry boats make the 45-minute trek across the deep, stunningly blue bay from Playa del Carmen , south of Cancun. Cozumel has grown out of a rich Mayan heritage. Ruins of the Mayan culture can be visited at San Gervasio in the middle of the island. Cozumel was settled by the Mayans as early as 300 A.D. and became an important trade center as well as a ceremonial center. The Conquistador Cortez landed here in 1519 on his way to the mainland
Copán -- is on the very edge of the Mayan area in Honduras. It has the second largest ball court.
Coyopa -- Brother of Cakulha. Ruler of the sound of thunder.