Bonampak & Yaxchilan archaeological sites & jungle from Palenque

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  • 14.5 hr

Visit Bonampak with its fascinating murals and high-quality ancient Mayan frescoes as the main attractions. The pyramids are surrounded by the colors and sounds of the Jungle of Chiapas called also the Lacandon Forest. Yaxchilán is an splendid setting of an evergreen forest blanketing a magnificent archaeological site famous for its statuary art, stelae, and lintels. The Maya took to building the terrain of a peninsula surrounded by a meandering river. This is a shared service.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Yaxchilan

Your adventure begins with pickup at your hotel with destination to the Corozal Border where you will hop on a boat that will take you to Yaxchilán, known for its large number of architectural structures and inscriptions. There are texts everywhere: on stelae, on altars, on door finials, and on lintels. For the construction of the complex, the Mayans took advantage of the characteristics of the terrain of a peninsula surrounded by a meander of the Usumacinta River.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Mayan Ruins of Bonampak

Is the modern Mayan word for “painted walls,” which perfectly describes this rare, ancient ruin in the rainforest of Chiapas. Three rooms within the main structure at the archaeological site are covered with colorful, vivid murals from top to bottom, including on the arched ceilings.

Duration: 1 hour
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