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Bordering Enrique Paniagua’s campamento, is this good garden restaurant (run by his daughter). Fragrant walls of flowers attract swarms of hyperactive hummingbirds.
The Museo de la Cuenca del Usumacinta, opposite the immigration office, has good examples of Chol Maya dress, and some information in Spanish on the area’s postconquest history, but pride of place goes to two fine an...
Attached to the museum, this spacious palapa -topped restaurant has a lengthy menu and caters to Yaxchilán-bound tourists.
Jungle-shrouded Yaxchilán has a terrific setting above a horseshoe loop in the Río Usumacinta...
The site of Bonampak spreads over 2.4 sq km, but all the main ruins stand around the rectangular Gran Plaza. Never a major city, Bonampak spent most of the Classic period in Yaxchilán’s sphere of influence...
Just 20km south of Palenque, spectacular Misol-Ha cascades approximately 35m into a wonderful wide pool surrounded by lush tropical vegetation...
Agua Azul is a breathtaking sight, with its powerful and dazzling white waterfalls thundering into turquoise (outside rainy season) pools surrounded by verdant jungle...
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