( 4 days and 3 nights )
From Tuxtla to Villahermosa or Campeche



TUXTLA AIRPORT, move to dock for touring in a boat through the Sumidero Canyon, one of the most spectaculars natural reserves in Mexico; it is a geological failure formed 36 million years ago with walls of calcarea type elevating to more than 1,000 m., caves and cascades among which it is the “Christmas Tree”, a rocky structure. Before the end of the tour, you visit CHIAPA DE CORZO, a town that was the first settlement founded by the Spaniards with its Mudejar fountain know as “La Pila”, built in the XVI century; it is sample of the colonial architecture with an Arabic influence. Move to hotel in San Cristobal de las Casas.

Must arrive on any flight before 13:00 hrs



Visit on foot the city of San Cristobal, market of fruit and vegetables, handcrafts market, churches of Santo Domingo and Cathedral; then in a van, move to a tzotzil community, SAN JUAN CHAMULA, famous because its traditions and festivities, it has one of the most enigmatic churches in the country; in its interior, the Chamulas participate in syncretic rituals creating a magic atmosphere. Then, move to ZINACANTAN, another tzotzil community, its temple is from the colonial age, though redecorated as neoclassic in the XIX century. In its interior it is possible to appreciate the peculiar mixture of catholic and indigenous beliefs. Most of the Zinacantecos cultivate flowers which colors remind us the color of their customs. Free evening in San Cristobal.




Departure from the hotel to Palenque, on the way we will have a technical stop before getting to Ocosingo, then we will visit THE AGUA AZUL CASCADES rapids, fallings and backwaters of the Tulija River; the river beauty, its shining and turquoise color captivates you. Then we move to Palenque to visit the archeological zone of Palenque, one of the most remarkable Mayan cities because of its beautiful sculptural art and important architecture in the middle of the green jungle. At the end check in at the htotel inPalenque.




Before going to the airport, we will visit the La Venta Park Museum, which displays pieces of monumental proportions, five of which are located in the access room, which introduces us to the Olmec world through information panels - and 31 monoliths, which are located outdoors, among which are: The Head ofJaguar, the Monkey Looking at the Sky, the humanized Jaguar, the Great Altar, theJaguar Mosaic, King, Colossal Head, the Altar with Gift, Grandmother, Old Head and the Altar of Sacrifice Children.

We finish at Airport at 17:00 hrs. aproximated