Palenque's surrounding jungles are a nature lover's paradise that are home to exotic endemic and migrant birds, howler monkeys and much more
The humid jungles of Palenque are a biodiverse paradise, perfect for nature lovers and home to an incredible range of endemic animals and birds
Hidden for centuries the spectacular ruins of Palenque now offer visitors a window into the fascinating history of ancient Mayan civilization.
Travel back in time and meet the secretive Mayan culture of San Juan Chamula, hidden deep in the mountains of the state of Chiapas.
The ancient Mayan city of Yaxchilan, located on the Usumacinta River in Chiapas state, is a bucket list ruin site for the whole family.
Agua Azul boasts Mexico's incomparably spectacular blue rivers, cataracts and waterfalls set against the tropical jungle of Chiapas.
The ancient and spectacular Mayan ruins of Bonampak, hidden deep in the tropical jungles of Chiapas, are a bucket list site for the whole family.
The incredible Mayan ruins of Palenque boast spectacular temples, observatories, plazas all set in the tropical, highland jungles of Chiapas.