2 Days tour Sumidero Canyon & Chiapa de Corzo+Indian communities

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Take this convenient 2 days tour to visit Sumidero Canyon where you will enjoy a motorboat cruise through the middle of this spectacular canyon. In this national park, it is very often possible to see local wildlife such as crocodiles, spider monkeys, and white and gray herons. Walk around Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, which is also distinguished by its exquisite gastronomy, and its traditional drink called "Pozol"; and can be seen in the colors of the regional costumes of Chiapas and Parachico. Day 2 Full of a mix of Indigenous and local villages full of colors and traditions. You will visit San Juan Chamula village who owns a church unlike any other. The picturesque, centuries-old Iglesia San Juan has whitewashed walls and a brightly painted entrance that looks out upon the town square. After you will visit Zinacantan village, you'll have the opportunity to learn all about the work of the women of Zinacantán, who weave uniquely beautiful textiles.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Encuentro T

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Day 1 Sumidero Canyon & Chiapa de Corzo magic town

Stop At: Canon del Sumidero

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, is possible to see local wildlife such as crocodiles, spider monkeys, and white and gray herons.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Chiapa de Corzo

Chiapa de Corzo is a charming Magical Town that in January celebrates the Big Party, one of the most colorful in the country, considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Day 2 Local indian Communities

Stop At: San Juan Chamula

San Juan Chamula, (10 km from San Cristobal de las Casas) 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. This region is known for its agricultural and ceremonial lifestyles, which are a mixture of Catholic and Mayan beliefs. The Catholic Church of St. John the Baptist, in fact, is not part of any Diocese because residents desire the freedom to perform various types of rituals.

Duration: 1 minutes

Stop At: Zinacantan

The road to the village of San Lorenzo Zinancantan is about 11 km. long. Zinancantán people are also Tzotzil Mayans and the predominant dress is in very distinctive costumes of pink and purple. Admire the first hand the laborious handmade work of the weaver women, who, with a loom at their waists, make magnificent textile pieces such as 'Huipiles', tablecloths, bedspreads and cushion covers

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: San Cristobal de las Casas

Walk along the picturesque streets of San Cristobal de las Casas At San Cristobal de Las Casas you will visit 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.

Duration: 2 hour
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