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Ruta de Maya, Chiapas, MX

Taking the Mayan route through the jungle of Chiapas, Mexico, there are two main sites that we went in search of, Agua Azul and Palenque. … 274 more words


Welcome to Palenque, The Poorest City in Chiapas

Palenque is a city and municipality located in the north of the state of Chiapas.

The city was named almost 200 years before the famous nearby Mayan ruins were discovered in the 18th century. 306 more words


Accomodation Spotlight: Posada Nacha`n - Ka`an in Palenque

As I’ve stated in another post, in my opinion Palenque city is to be skipped.

But just in case you decide to stay for some nights there anyway I’ll share my experience. 455 more words


5. Palenque

Days: 13
Birthdays: 1
Mayan temples climbed: 7

After two awful nights sleep in Bacalar I was hopeful our delayed overnight bus to Palenque would provide an ideal slumber land, as comfortable as the buses were – we were even given water as we stepped on – I just couldn’t find the right position to allow me to sleep for what felt like the whole night. 1,379 more words

The Jungle Ruins of Palenque

Our last stop on our tour from San Cristobal to Palenque. After experiencing the humidity of Agua Azul I thought that it couldn’t ever get worse. 366 more words


Misol Ha Waterfall

30 kilometers south-west of Palenque, just a short detour off the Ocosingo–Palenque road, Misol Ha is the meeting point for the waters of the river Tzaconeja and one of the most majestic images of the Chiapas state. 220 more words


Welcome to The Jungle: Agua Azul Waterfalls

The Cascadas de Agua Azul are found in the Mexican state of Chiapas. They are located in the Municipality of Tumbalá, 70 kilometers from Palenque by the road that leads towards San Cristóbal de las Casas. 544 more words