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Excursions in Chiapas


Palenque Archaeological zone

Palenque Archaeological zone

Come and spend a morning at beautiful and mysterious Palenque, one of the most important archaeological sites in Mexico, surrounded by the lush vegetation of the Lacandona Jungle and symbolising the might and majesty of the Maya civilization at its peak. You'll be picked up from your hotel between 08:00 and 08:15 and we'll head straight for Palenque. This archaeological site, carpeted by a sea of green jungle and clothed in history and legend, is a striking reminder of how Mayan civilization flourished for hundreds of years in this lush tropical region. No matter how many times you visit this eerie environment, it is immediately intoxicating, even addictive. Close your eyes and sense the power of your surroundings, there is a sense of wonder and awe when you walk into the ruins of the ancient city. Although the area is still being excavated, there is plenty to see here including the Temple of Inscriptions, the Temple of Skulls and the Royal Palace, an interesting and intricate maze of courtyards and corridors leading into rooms including the distinctive Tower. Other Temples and structures of interest include the Temple of the Jaguar, the Temple of the Cross, the Temple of the Sun) and the Temple of the Foliated Cross. There is also an interesting museum on site which records Palenque's history, as well as artefacts from the site.

This morning excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers and the services of a bilingual guide.

We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, swimwear, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.



Agua Azul-Misol-ha-Zona Arqueologica Palenque

Agua Azul-Misol-ha-Zona Arqueologica Palenque

Visit Aguas Azules, one of Mexico´s most beautiful natural attractions and Palenque, one of its most important archaeological sites in this full day excursion. First stop after an early start and breakfast en route are the Cascadas de Aguas Azules, a series of shallow pools and waterfalls formed by rimstone dams. The shimmering, limestone rich water, coloured crystalline blue cascades down a series of these natural dams and ends in the clear, waist-deep Shumulhá River. You will have plenty of to swim and paddle in the designated areas. Next stop are the impressive falls at Misol-Há, a 120-foot drop of cascading water in a tropical rainforest setting that should have been the backdrop for a Tarzan movie. The final stop is the impressive Mayan ruins of Palenque. Palenque, carpeted by a sea of green jungle and clothed in history and legend, is a stark reminder of how Mayan civilization flourished for hundreds of years in this lush tropical region. Although the area is still being excavated, there is plenty to see here, including the Temple of Inscriptions, the Temple of Skulls and the Royal Palace. There is an excellent museum and a museum store-refreshment area located within the park.

This excursion takes between 11 and 15 hours and includes hotel pick up and drop off, breakfast, all transfers and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that you will have to make your own arrangements for lunch.

We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, swimwear, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.



Archaeological  zones Bonampak and Yaxchilan

Archaeological zones Bonampak and Yaxchilan

This is definitely a day to remember, we'll journey through the lush tropical rainforest of Chiapas in order to explore two unique Mayan archaeological sites. After an early (06:00) start we'll head for Bonampak, stopping for breakfast en route. This archaeological site features colourful murals in many of its structures and buildings. The dense jungle that covered Bonampak for a long time helped to preserve the vibrant colours of these wall paintings. Then we'll move on to an embarcadero at Frontera Corozal where we'll board a boat for a journey down the Usumacinta River towards the archaeological site of Yaxchilan. This ancient Mayan settlement, known as the city of the green stones was one of the most important cities of the Mayan culture and is particularly known for its renowned for its beautifully carved lintels and many temples linked by a maze of courtyards and passage ways. These lintels, together with the stelae erected before the major buildings, contain hieroglyphic texts describing the dynastic history of the city. We will have plenty of time to explore the ruins and to climb the highest temple from where we can admire unforgettable views over the surrounding area before returning to our hotel where we will arrive at around 19:00.

This excursion takes between 11 and 15 hours and includes hotel pick up and drop off, breakfast, all transfers and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that you will have to make your own arrangements for lunch.

We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, swimwear, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.



San Juan Chamula-Zinacantan

San Juan Chamula-Zinacantan

In this half-day tour we'll get a closer look at some of the fascinating highland Maya villages around San Cristobal as well as a guided tour of San Cristobal itself. We'll leave the hotel at around 09:30 and head for the fascinating Tzotzil Maya settlement of San Juan Chamula, famous for its unique religious practices blending Catholic and Maya beliefs. During our tour, we'll learn about the culture and traditions of this remarkable community. We visit first their atmospheric cemetery with its Maya crosses spread out across a hill. And from there we'll wander through the village to the main church of the community. Our next stop, San Lorenzo Zinacatan, is another Tzotzil-speaking community. This is one of the most colourful communities in the highlands, and this can be seen in the brilliant red, blue and purple clothing embroidered with large flowers worn by the local people. We'll visit the main church of the community and we'll also meet local people with the chance to buy some of their beautiful work. hen on the way back we we will go on a guided tour of the beautiful colonial city of San Cristobal de las Casas before arriving back at our hotel at around 14:30.

This excursion takes about 5 hours and includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that you will have to make your own arrangements for lunch. We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.



De la Venta Museum

De la Venta Museum

This six-hour excursion will take you to a fascinating open-air museum near to Villahermosa, the capital of the State of Tabasco where you will be able to view a unique collection of artefacts from the Olmec culture. You´ll be picked up from your hotel at Palenque at around 09:00 and taken for the short drive to Villahermosa where La Venta Park-Museum is situated. Walk past huge trees and luxuriant tropical vegetation as you admire numerous Olmec sculptures; the Jaguar´s Head, the Monkey Looking at the Sky, the Colossal Head, the Human Jaguar, the Great Altar and the Old Man´s Head are just some of the exhibits. Many of these artefacts were moved here when their original emplacement at La Venta, an island in the middle of the vast Río Tonolá marshland about 129 kilometres away was endangered by oil drilling. In addition to the famous heads, look out for large stones with finely carved deities and animals including dolphins and monkeys. The museum itself covers an area of 6.8 hectares with a collection of 36 archaeological artefacts including altars, stelae and colossal heads and 33 monoliths dating from 1300-200 BC. The park is also home to over 650 species of flora fauna including mammals, birds and reptiles and flora representative of this tropical region. The park contains a souvenir shop and cafeteria as well as an indoor museum. We will arrive back in the hotel at around 15:00.

This morning excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers and the services of a bilingual guide. Lunch is not included.

We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, swimwear, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.



Cañon Sumidero-Chiapa Corzo

Cañon Sumidero-Chiapa Corzo

On this half-day excursion we'll visit one of Mexico's best secrets, the spectacular, unspoiled and rugged Sumidero Canyon with a brief visit to the colonial-era settlement of Chiapa de Corzo on the way back. After being picked up from your hotel we will take you to the embarcadero where you will board a boat for your journey down the Grijalva River heading for the Sumidero Canyon. This trip down the mighty Grijalva takes you past towering granite walls, lush mountainside foliage, mesmerizing waterfalls and mysterious caves. The wildlife and flora of the canyon appear untouched by man. You will be amazed by the huge variety of plants; the canyon is also home to many species on the verge of extinction, such as the Morely crocodile and the spider monkey as well as threatened species such as the jaguarundi, ocelot, anteater and king buzzard. The next stop is the historical city of Chiapa de Corzo with many reminders of its Spanish colonial past. There will be time for shopping at the town's many handicraft shops before we return to San Cristobal where we will arrive at around 14:30.

This excursion takes about 5 1/2 hours and includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that you will have to make your own arrangements for lunch. We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.