Enjoy a wonderful tour as you visit two indigenous villages near San Cristobal de las Casas. Meet a family in Zinacantan and watch Mayan rituals inside a Catholic Church at San Juan Chamula. Your tour includes transport and a guide.
• 5 hours
Learn about the indigenous cultures of the Chiapas Highlands while experiencing a thrilling bike ride through the mountains. Departing from Tuxtla Gutiérrez or San Cristóbal de las Casas, ride through beautiful mountains and nature across single-track terrain. Experience the traditions and lifestyle of the people who belong to the Tzotzil tribe. This active cultural tour will show you one of the most fascinating regions in Mexico. Includes hotel pickup and drop-off.
• 8 hours
Join this original tour of San Cristobal de Las Casas, a mix of Indian and local village full of colors and traditions, visiting the historical center including Zocalo (main plaza), the Cathedral, the Law Faculty and other buildings rich in colonial architecture such as the Casa de las Artesanias, Casa de Cultura and the Arco del Carmen. The final part of the tour is the visit to the central market and Santo Domingo Church.San Cristobal is made up of a series of traditional barrios (neighborhoods), each of which is known for a particular trade or custom, such as iron working, carpentry and woodcarving.This is a shared service.
• 7 hours
At Sumidero Canyon you will enjoy a motor boat cruise through the middle of this spectacular canyon. The road descends more than 1500 meters and reaches the Grijalva River where the Sumidero Canyon has cliffs from 100 to 1000 meters high. In this national park, it is very often possible to see local wildlife such as crocodiles, spider monkeys, and white and gray herons.San Juan Chamula is a town steeped in history, and yet also allows a look into the Mayas of today. This is the largest Maya township in Chiapas with a population over 40,000 Tzotzil speakers, one of the 31 Mayan languages.
• 8 hours
See the color and traditions as you visit the local indigenous communities of San Juan Chamula and Zinacantan where you will have plenty of time to wander around the local artisan markets and peek inside the beautifully preserved churches. Your tour includes transport, a professional guide, and a "mini-lunch" of beans, handmade tortillas, organic coffee, and a drink typical of the region.
• 6 hours