Created by JesusW on March 6, 2011
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This part of Mexico is still triving with life thanks to abundant water and a mighty jungle that struggles to survive, the landscapes are amazing and the state is full of history and culure
Created by chaunceydos on August 1, 2007
One of the most interesting mixtures of cultures in Latin America...simply splendid.
Created by Rmundo on August 11, 2006
Chiapas is the furthest south I have been in the Americas. The sites, climate, people, and adventures I had there were stirring and captivating.
Created by kanne on July 10, 2005
A new place to stay in San Cristobal
Created by JesusW on February 5, 2005
This Mayan ruins are only accessible by boat (and before only by small plane,) as there are no roads to get there. The adventure begins at Frontera Corozal, a riverside town on the border between Mexico and Guatemala.
The murals at Bonampak are the best preserved so far in the Mayan lands. Getting there used to be a big adventure but no more, it is easily reached by van on a nice road.