Lakes, turquoise waterfalls, tropical forests, and a rich ancient Mayan history are just some of the few things that make the state of Chiapas a true gem. Chiapas has a very diverse geography making it possible for there to be lots of different outdoor activities. A popular attraction is Agua Azul, or best translated to blue […]
Misol-Ha Waterfall in Chiapas, Mexico .]]>
Sat 10th Feb Waking up at half 3 wasn’t too bad as being ill meant I was asleep by 9 and had therefore gotten a decent nights kip. 0420 and the bus came, only 2 more to pick up and away we were. My group this time consisted of me, 2 germans and 4 Mexicans […]
When planning our time in Mexico and trying to find amazing things to see that suited our style I stumbled upon the town of Palenque. It wasn’t the food or the Mayan ruins that had it at the top of my list of places to visit in Mexico, in fact, it was Palenque’s stunning waterfalls! […]
The distinctive attraction is the large water curtain formed by the San Vicente River, called the “Velo de Novia” waterfall.
The last time I went to San Cristóbal de las Casas in Chiapas was about ten years ago. I went there for the Christmas holidays. The first time I visited San Cristóbal was also at Christmas, and my husband and I also went to see the nearby town of San Juan Chamula with a guide. This is an […]
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. We went big. After an early start time of 4:00am we left the town of San Cristobal de Las Casas in search of, Agua Azul, the legendary blue pools. A […]
After the boat trip in the Sumidero canyon, the tour continued to Chiapa de Corzo where we had one hour of free time. Chiapa de Corzo lies about 15 kilometers to the east of the state capital, Tuxtla Gutiérrez. Chiapa is important because the earliest inscribed date, the earliest form of hieroglyphic writing and the […]