Participants: 3 - 8
Difficulty: 7 out of 10
Recommended Age: 8+
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The esteemed archaeologist Howard Carter is credited for discovering the Egyptian Pharaoh King Tutankhamuns tomb the Egyptian dessert in November of 1922.
Records show that at that time, when he supposedly found King Tuts tomb that
he was actually in the jungles of Capeche Mexico, the site of his very first Excavation where he was exploring the mysterious Mayan temples. It is also where, oddly enough, he discovered his first ancient Egyptian artifacts.
After nearly 30 years digging around Egypt looking for King Tuts tomb all he found were more ancient Egyptian artifacts, just like those he found in the jungle. He then decided to go back to the jungle and see if they were all some how related.
What were Egyptian artifacts doing in the Mayan jungles of Mexico? What did the Mayans and Egyptians have in common? How was Howard in the jungle and at the same time credited with discovering King Tuts tomb?
You and your team must go investigate the Mayan jungles of Mexico and figure out the secrets of the mysterious tomb!