San Cristóbal de las casas
San Cristobal de las Casas is one of the best preserved colonial cities in Mexico. It consists of a series of traditional neighborhoods, each is known for a particular trade or practice as ironwork, carpentry and wood carving. You must reserve enough to stroll through the narrow cobblestone streets of San Cristobal time, walking in front of the brightly painted and houses quaint shops and markets. The city is laid out rectilinearly and can be easily explored on foot.
Cascadas de agua azul
The indigo blue water, green vegetation , the constant breeze and the inexhaustible aquatic sound contribute to make this place, located 133 km from San Cristobal de las Casas, one of the most spectacular and unforgettable of Mexico. Agua Azul river descends its limestone bed in steps forming a series of impressive waterfalls that create natural pools contained by calcareous dikes, called "gours" in geological terms.
Zona arqueológica Palenque
The archaeological site of Palenque, one of the most important tourist destinations in the state, is located just eight kilometers from the city. The site, which sits on the first hill of Tumbala mountains, offering a view of the plain of the Usumacinta River. Once you get there, be prepared to be confronted by the largest pyramid in Mesoamerica, the Temple of Inscriptions, with hieroglyphics that have contributed significantly to the study of Mayan civilization.
The Lacandon Jungle is a tropical region located in the state of Chiapas, in the southeast of Mexico. Protagonist of time when man did not exist, this stunning green area revels in its forms and special features, unique in the world. We invite you to take a tour of this scenario Chiapas could be considered as one of the "last lungs of the planet".