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Full-Day Tour of Bonampak and Yaxchilán with Lunch
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Lacandona Jungle, Yaxchilan and Bonampak Day Trip from Palenque
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Reviewed 16 July 2015 via mobile

You have to travel throught the Usumacinta river, which is the border between Mexico and Guatemala, if you are lucky you can see some crocrodiles. When you arrive to Yaxchilán you will see a lot of well-kept and beautiful ruins. The view from the top...More

1  Thank Miguel R
Reviewed 1 July 2015

Going down from the road near the restaurant where we had eaten lunch wasn’t easy - we had to scramble down a steep slope and one of our group slipped and scraped her leg. We then had to walk across a wooden bridge that was...More

Thank Smileycat16
Reviewed 29 April 2015

Extraordinary ruins, worth to see ! Very well organised tours from Palenque to Yaxchilan en to Bonampak. Whole day but well spent.

Thank Eva O
Reviewed 21 April 2015

Yaxchilan would be a spectacular site entirely on its own merit, but the fact that it is a half hour down river from the middle of seeming nowhere only enhances the whole idea of this fortress-like site in a circle of land described by a...More

2  Thank Gerry S
Reviewed 21 March 2015

This is a remote Mayan site, requiring a 2.5 hour drive to Frontera Corozal followed by a 30-minute boat ride down the Usumacinta River separating Mexico and Guatemala. The major buildings at the site are reached by hiking up and down narrow paths through the...More

4  Thank plankmaker
Reviewed 19 March 2015

Yaxchilan is one of the mist beautiful Mayan ruins we ever saw. We stayed overnight at Frontera Corozal and went on the lovely 45 minutes ride on the lancha along the beautiful river that divides Mexico from Guatenala. We arrived at the site at 9:30...More

1  Thank Lucianissima
Reviewed 18 March 2015

Amazing ruins. A 40 min boat ride. We brought some empanadas from the lady at the dock and some sodas too. Really beautifully kept. Saw monkeys up in the trees. I didn't feel unsafe at all. If you don't speak Spanish it might be a...More

1  Thank Laura T
Reviewed 28 February 2015

If you have the opportunity, do a little research on the ruins. All placards have information in English but no brochures available. For best photo opportunity - arrive at park at opening. (Sundays - park admission is free for nationals)

1  Thank mslouwho
Reviewed 21 February 2015

An astounding aspect is the forty-minute boat trip along the broad Usumacinta River to get there. Look for the spider and howler monkeys in the ruins's jungle setting. You will certainly hear the latter, who sound something like airbrakes being applied. Take enough time to...More

3  Thank jollycrone
Reviewed 21 February 2015

We went to Yaxchilan from Frontera Corozal, Mexico. From there, it's a 50 - 60 minute boat ride down river (and 90 minutes coming back against the current). Just the ride is worth the visit, as you are traveling thru the jungle down the Usumacinta...More

3  Thank Phil1ip
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29 November 2016|
Response from VNL56 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. I used Montaya Tours. +52 967 126 2402 They were very helpful and proactive. I hope this helps.