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Chiapas - Hotel Vista Inn Premium
Chiapas
Maps & Travel
Information
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ÍNDEX
1. Chiapas Tourist Information. Camino Real Hotel.
2. Discover Chiapas. Tuxtla Gutiérrez.
Things to do in Tuxtla Gutiérrez. RS Suites Hotel.
3. Things to do in Tuxtla Gutiérrez. Vista Inn Hotel.
4. Things to do in Tuxtla Gutiérrez. Uke Inn Hotel.
Viajes Chiapas.
5. Things to do in Tuxtla Gutiérrez. Senda Maya.
6. Map of Tuxtla Gutiérrez. Sidral Mundet.
7. Map of Downtown Tuxtla Gutiérrez.
8. Discover Chiapas. Tapachula.
Things to do in Tapachula.
9. Things to do in Tapachula.
10. Yolonam Aquatic Park.
11. Map of Tapachula.
12. Discover Chiapas. Palenque.
13. Discover Chiapas. Tonalá.
14. Magic Towns. San Cristóbal de las Casas. AMEVH.
15. Things to do in San Cristóbal de las Casas.
San Juan de Dios Hotel.
16. Things to do in San Cristóbal de las Casas.
Hacienda Don Juan Hotel.
17. Things to do in San Cristóbal de las Casas.
Villa Real Hotel.
18. Map of San Cristóbal de las Casas.
19. Magic Towns. Chiapa de Corzo.
Things to do in Chiapa de Corzo.
20. Parachicos Tradition.
21. Magic Towns. Comitán de Domínguez.
Things to do in Comitán de Domínguez.
22. Archaeological Sites.
23. Archaeological Sites.
24. Map of the Archaelogical Site of Palenque.
25. Archaeological Sites.
26. Natural Wonders.
27. Grupo Farrera Hotels.
28. Natural Wonders.
29. Natural Wonders.
30. Sun & Sand. Refugio del Sol Hotel.
31. Sun & Sand.
32. Activities & Adventure in Chiapas.
33. Arts & Crafts in Chiapas.
34. Cuisine of Chiapas.
35. Meetings & Events in Chiapas.
36. Map of Chiapas.
Arctic
Ocean
Atlantic
Ocean
Pacific
Ocean
Gulf
of Mexico
MEXICO
Guadalajara
Mérida
Cd. de México
Tuxtla Gutierrez
Oaxaca
Caribbean
Sea
Palenque
San Cristóbal de las Casas
Guatemala
Chiapas
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Chiapas is one of the areas with the greatest biodiversity in the world.
The lush green fields, forests and jungles, the unique flora and fauna,
rare species and much more, are some of the attractions of this beautiful
state.
Travelling from one destination to another is a real adventure. The
Chiapas territory is a reminiscent of the Rocky Mountains in some
locations and the Amazon Rainforest in others.
In Chiapas many ethnic groups have kept their traditions, languages and
folklore alive. The colorful costumes of the ethnic groups in Chiapas are
as varied as the countryside that surrounds them. A large number of their
mythological figures are woven into their clothes. The traditions are
shown in the famous handcrafts, the festivities and the local gastronomy.
Textile Art of Chiapas
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DISCOVER CHIAPAS
Tuxtla Gutiérrez
It is the capital city of the State of Chiapas. Its climate is hot and semi-humid
with an average temperature of 72ºF.
Tuxtla Gutiérrez is a modern city where culture and traditions of Chiapas
blend together.
The streets in Tuxtla contain a combination of past and present. It is a
beautiful city surrounded by lush vegetation. In downtown there is the
Central Park and the beautiful Marimba Park. During the evenings you can
stroll around this park and enjoy the marimba music played at the gazebo.
There are many natural wonders nearby Tuxtla and the city offers very good
touristic infrastructure, but most of all, the city offers the warm and kindness
of the people.
THINGS TO DO IN TUXTLA GUTIÉRREZ
Callejón del Sacrificio (The Sacrifice Alley) - Located behind the cathedral
with nice sidewalk cafes.
Teatro de la Ciudad (City Theater) - The city's principal theatre, one of the
best examples of contemporary architecture in the city.
Centro Cultural Jaime Sabines (Jaime Sabines Cultural Center) – This is a
large complex and gathers different art and culture expressions. The
bronze sculpture of the poet Jaime Sabines, is at the entrance inviting the
public to visit the facility. This is a work by the sculptor Luis Aguilar, it has a
contemporary design inspired by a poem from Sabines "My body is made
of air and words". Inside, there are magnificent murals by five leading
artists of Chiapas, all of them describe different aspects of this State: “The
epic, magical and mythical culture of Chiapas” by Manuel Suasnávar; 'The
Encounter” by Gabriel Gallegos; “Meditation about our origins” by Rodolfo
Disner; “Cultural movement of indigenous peoples of Chiapas” by Juan
Gallo; and “Every step I take is a string of Ages” by Luis Alaminos. The
magnificent gallery presents exhibits from renowned plastic artists. The
General Auditorium, for 184 persons, offers film festivals, lectures and
concerts. The Children Auditorium presents children’s plays and different
artistic circuits. The Agora is for outdoor shows. The Public Central Library
of the State, also part of the complex, provides historical and bibliographic
information, seminars, and has an exhibit of historic documents. The
cultural center also has a library and a cafeteria where you can taste
delicious organic coffee.
Museo de Ciencia y Tecnología de Chiapas (Museum of Science and
Technology) – It is an interactive museum with three halls: Earth and
Universe, Life and Humans, and Communications and Tools, with topics
such as robotics, biotechnology and nanotechnology. It also has a
temporary exhibition hall and a playroom. Opening hours. Tuesday to
Sunday: 9:00 to 17:00 hrs.
Marimba Park
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THINGS TO DO IN TUXTLA GUTIÉRREZ
Catedral de San Marcos (Saint Mark’s Cathedral) – The church was built in
the second half of the 16th century, and it has had significant changes
along the years. Today, the structure’s current appearance, mostly in plain
white, is a result of its last remodeling done in 2009. The German
manufacture cathedral’s clock tower with 48 bells tinkles out a tune on the
hour to accompany a merry-go-round of apostles’ images that emerges
from its upper levels. The interior is Neoclassical. Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday at 20:00 and 21:00 hrs. a multimedia show is projected on the
facade of the cathedral. In holiday season is projected every day in those
same hours, except on Sunday (only at 21:00 hrs.). The show lasts 10
minutes and is a brief tour of colors and traditions of Chiapas.
Jardín Botánico Faustino Miranda (Botanical Garden) - Occupies 4.4
hectares along the Sabinal River. This place exhibits native species of the
central region of the state, with special emphasis on the endemic species
in the list of endangered and threatened. It has more than 900 species, of
which, about 850 are endemic of Chiapas. Across the garden is the
botanical museum. Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 9:00 to 16:00 hrs.
Faustino Miranda Botanical Museum – The museum displays a large
exhibition of the various wood trees of the state, including fossil woods.
Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 9:00 to 15:00 hrs. Saturday: 9:00 to
13:00 hrs.
Museo de Paleontología Eliseo Palacios (Museum of Paleontology) - It
contains exhibits of over 200 fossils, with range in age from 300 million to
10,000 years old. In the main hall there is a spectacular Megatherium, an
extinct mammal. There is also a display dedicated to the amber of the state
with pieces containing insects. Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday 10:00 to
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17:00 hrs. Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 to 17:00 hrs.
Museo del Café (Museum of Coffee) – Located in a colonial style building,
the museum exhibit shows the origin of the coffee, the growing process and
the production. The museum comes with a guided tour and a coffee tasting
afterwards. Even if you don't love coffee, you can get a lot out of the
experience. Opening hours Monday to Friday: 9:00 to 20:00 hrs. Saturday:
10:00 to 15:00 hrs.
Museo Regional de Antropología e Historia (Regional Museum of
Anthropology and History) - It has two permanent exhibition halls: the first
dedicated to the Pre-Hispanic towns of Chiapas, and the second dedicated
to the history, art and ethnography of the 15th century with an important
collection of colonial art. A third hall is devoted to temporary exhibitions.
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 09:00 to 16:00 hours.
Centro de Convenciones y Polyforum Chiapas (Polyforum and Convention
Center) - It is the modern complex of contemporary buildings housing
diverse venues for cultural events, conferences, conventions, exhibitions
and concerts.
Zoológico Miguel Álvarez del Toro (Zoo) - Located inside a natural reserve
zone known as El Zapotal. It covers 109 hectares (240 acres) of
semi-humid forest. The tour takes place on roads where there are only
species of the regional fauna. The zoo exhibits more than 220 species in
an ambiance similar to their natural habitat. This zoo is considered one of
the best in the world. There are night tours that will give you a totally
different experience. There is also the Crocodile Museum, unique in its
kind, where the evolution and importance of these ancient animals is
explained. Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 9:00 to 16:30 hrs.
THINGS TO DO IN TUXTLA GUTIÉRREZ
Instituto Casa Chiapas - Chiapas local crafts are sold here with The
Chiapas Mexico Original distinctive brand, that pretends to raise the
competition of products and services from Chiapas, to be ported not only
with an sign of origin but also to ensure the highest quality of the products
under that brand. There is also an ethnographic museum, which shows
scenes representing the lifestyles of the various indigenous groups of
Chiapas. Opening hours: Monday to Saturday: 8:00 to 20:00 hours.
Sunday: 9:00 to 14:00 hours.
Museo de la Marimba (Museum) – It features a recreational room, a music
library and an Audio Visual room where you can hear many famous pieces
using the marimba. There is also an electronic keyboard of a giant
marimba on the floor, where the public can play different songs, guided by
the musical notes displayed on a monitor. There is also a room dedicated
to Zeferino Nandayapa, which talks about the life and works of this virtuous
marimba player, recognized as the leading exponent of this instrument in
the country. Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 to 21:00 hrs.
Parque Jardín de La Marimba (Marimba Garden Park) - At the central
kiosk every night there are serenades with marimba bands, which often
attracts older couples that come to dance. It is undoubtedly one of the most
beautiful folk and cultural sites in the city. The band plays Monday to Friday
18:00 to 21:00 hrs. and during the weekend 18:00 to 22:00 hrs.
Cathedral of San Marcos
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THINGS TO DO IN TUXTLA GUTIÉRREZ
Parques Salomón González Blanco, best known as Joyyo Mayu y Caña
Hueca (Parks) - Beautiful green areas for fun, relax, and for outdoor
activities.
Parque Bicentenario de Tuxtla Gutiérrez (Garden Park) – It has a
spectacular flagpole 25 meters high. It was built in 1942 with pre-Hispanic
details. There are two female figures shaking hands, recalling the 1824
agreement between the Federation of Chiapas and the Republic of
Mexico. It has a playground and an area for public events.
Calzada de las Étnias (Walkway of the ethnic groups) – This modern
walkway leads to important public spaces of the city. There are 6
sculptures representing the indigenous cultures of Chiapas.
Christ of Chiapas - Monumental statue that stands atop of the Mactumaczá
hill. With a height of 62 meters (203 ft.) this monument exceeds the Christ
the Redeemer Statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, which measures 30 meters
(98 ft.). The statue is made of stainless steel, and it has a dramatic lighting
effect with color-changing effects. The monument can be seen from almost
anywhere in the city.
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DISCOVER CHIAPAS
Tapachula
Tapachula is also known as “La Perla del Soconusco” (The Pearl of
Soconusco), it is a modern city with beautiful buildings built in a classic
style. Located just next to the border with Guatemala, almost at the foot of
the volcano Tacaná. It does have an interesting combination of urban
sophistication and tropical tempo. It was the settlement of immigrant
groups from Japan, Germany and China. Amazing natural beauties
surround the city, and you can visit the ecotourism parks offering a wide
variety of activities.
Tapachula City Hall
THINGS TO DO IN TAPACHULA
Miguel Hidalgo Park and Central Square – It is located between the
Municipal Palace, the Temple of St. Augustine and the new City Hall. Locals
as well as visitors get together in this nice park.
Bicentennial Park – This is a monument to culture, is a place to promote the
traditions, especially the marimba, which is very representative of the city.
Parish of San Agustin – It features a neoclassical facade, and has become
a symbol of Tapachula. Inside there are beautiful pieces of contemporary
sacred art.
Soconusco Regional Museum - Housed in the old city hall, facing the
Central Square. Exhibits pieces from archaeological sites of the region,
especially Izapa. Also on display are the remains of the Aztec and
Teotihuacan cultures.
Banana Plantation - In the community of Miguel Aleman, in the Municipality
of Suchiate, you can visit a banana plantation and learn the history of the
region, its people and their traditions, as well as the banana growing and
harvesting process. You can also visit for church and community center in
the town.
Coffee Route - You can visit beautiful fincas (plantations) in the middle of
the rainforest, a top destination for nature and coffee lovers.
Coffee Route
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Izapa Archaeological Site
Coffee Route
QUÉ VER EN TAPACHULA
The Beaches Route – Near Tapachula there are many attractive beaches
to practice all kinds of water activities. But the best one is Playa Linda.
The Volcano Route - Includes: Izapa Archeological Zone, settled as early
as 1500 B.C., it is a connective link between the Olmec and the Maya
cultures. This was an important point in the trade routes for the exchange
of cocoa and obsidian. Tuxtla Chico, is surrounded by tropical vegetation
and has kept some of the main colonial monuments of the coast, nearby
you can visit the Finca Rosario Izapa that conducts research on cocoa and
tropical fruits.
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Tourist Center of Santo Domingo, an old coffee plantation built in the early
twentieth century in a California-style with an art nouveau decoration. It has
a museum and restaurant. Unión Juárez, a picturesque town with houses
made of wood in a style similar to that of Switzerland, will amaze you with
breathtaking landscapes; it is the main destination for mountain climbing
lovers in Chiapas. Nearby you can visit: the Muxbal and Monteperla
cascades, the Pico de Loro rock formation, with panoramic views of the
mountain range, the Tajamulco volcanoes (in Guatemala); and the Tacaná
Volcano, a lava-capped peak, 13,425 feet high. In this trip you can explore
different types of vegetation ranging from high rainforest to moorland.
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Palenque
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Located in the heart of a tropical forest, it is about 290 km (180 miles) from
Tuxtla Gutiérrez. The average annual temperature is 26 °C (79ºF), with
heavy rains during the summer. The city of Palenque offers good hotel and
restaurant infrastructure.
The archaeological site of Palenque is the main attraction, and one of the
most spectacular places in the world with amazing temples and buildings
dating from the classical period, between 600 and 900 AD. Nearby you
can go trekking and enjoy the exuberant jungle vegetation and the
astonishing sights in the Palenque National Park.
There are a number of sites in the vicinity you can visit like the Agua Azul
and Misol-Há waterfalls, as well as the Los Aluxes Ecopark.
VILLAHERMOSA,
CAMPECHE
CANCUN,
CHETUMAL.
Excelente ubicación,
cómodas habitaciones
e inmejorables servicios
* Bar * Estacionamiento
* Habitaciones con Aire Acondicionado * Caja de Seguridad
* Internet Inalámbrico sin costo * Cafetería * Salones
Carret - Catazajá-Palenque Km27 C.P. 29960 Palenque, Chiapas
Tel. (916)345-0555 01800-230-8800 [email protected]
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Iglesia Vieja Archaeological site
DISCOVER CHIAPAS
One of the oldest villages in Chiapas and is full of history. It is a colorful city
and that has kept the coastal architecture. Tonalá offers diverse attractions
including, the Temple of San Francisco built in 1537, it features an elegant
and sober altarpiece; the parks Esperanza, Matamoros and the courtyard
of the Culture House exhibiting amazing pre-Hispanic sculptures; the
Niños Héroes Park, offering fun and local cuisine; and the major pottery
center founded in 1972. Archaeological vestiges also surround Tonalá, but
the most interesting is Iglesia Vieja (Old Church).
In the surrounding area you can visit: Puerto Arista, with its beautiful
beaches; the Madreal Ecotourism Centre, where you can fish, and have a
wonderful boat trip admiring the majesty of mangroves; Playa del Sol, ideal
for ATV tours on the beach; Paredón Bay, a nice fishing village where you
can enjoy water sports; Boca del Cielo, with strong waves on one side, and
calm water on the other, divided by the Barra de San Marcos, here you can
go fishing, swimming, skiing, scuba diving, have a nice ride on a boat rides,
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or just explore the local flora and fauna and visit the turtle camp and enjoy
the best in regional gastronomy based on fresh seafood; and La Sepultura
Biosphere Reserve, a great place for bird watching.
You can also visit Arriaga, beautiful place with warm weather. Among its
attractions are: the Railway Museum, which displays pieces of the first
railroads that reached the station and old photographs. The Poza Galana,
located within the Biosphere Reserve La Sepultura, where you can admire
the caves and a huge pool. Santa Brígida, located 32 Km from Arriaga is
characterized by its calm waters ideal for swimming, boating or fishing, the
place has restaurants offering typical dishes made with fresh seafood.
Playa Aventura (Adventure Beach), has a unique beauty it is near the
mouth of the Mar Muerto (Dead Sea). Isla de Pájaros (Bird Island) a
sanctuary for various species of birds such as roseate spoonbills, gulls,
ospreys, eagles, caracara, kingfisher, white ibis and black ibis. And UMA's
Cabin, a green iguana farm, the most important in the region.
MAGIC TOWNS San Cristóbal de las Casas
AMEVH
San Cristóbal de las Casas is one of Mexico's most beautiful colonial
towns.
Through its peaceful cobblestone streets, flanked by houses with slanted
red tiled roofs and patios full of flowers, one discovers religious
monuments with influence from Mexican and Central American colonial
art, giving it a peculiar frontier town character. Indigenous people come to
its busy markets from the surrounding hamlets to offer textiles, ceramics,
fruits and vegetables.
The climate is mild and sub-humid with a year average temperature of 68º F.
Asociación de Mercadotecnía y Ejecutivos
de Ventas de la Hospitalidad
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comerciales, capacitación, alianzas estratégicas. mercadotecnia,
relaciones públicas y todo aquello que contribuya a la mayor
captación de ventas para tu negocio en el ámbito turístico.
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Street Scene in San Cristóbal de las Casas
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San Cristóbal de las Casas
Hotel Boutique de Lujo
donde arte
y arquitectura se mezclan
a la perfección
THINGS TO DO IN SAN CRISTÓBAL DE LAS CASAS
"José Manuel Rojas" Auditorium – An 18th century temple houses the
auditorium. The Faculty of Law of the Autonomous University of Chiapas
currently uses it.
Municipal Palace - A beautiful neoclassical building from the 19th Century.
Zocalo or March 31 Main Square – It was a central meeting point
throughout the colonial era and it was also the city’s main market. Today it
is centered on a kiosk and surrounded by the most important buildings.
Andador Guadalupano (Tourist Walkway) – You can walk along this tourist
corridor and watch the traditional and unique architecture of this town.
Here you will find many restaurants, bars and interesting shops.
Andador Eclesiástico (Tourist Walkway) – Wide pedestrian alley where you
can find some of the main attractions in town, as well as souvenir shops,
jewelry stores and restaurants.
Casa de la Sirena - Casa de la Sirena (House of the Mermaid) - Is an
outstanding example of domestic colonial architecture still standing in the
city. Diego de Mazariegos, the Spanish conqueror, probably built it during
the 16th century.
Catedral de San Cristóbal (Cathedral) – It was built in 1528. Its present
facade dates from the 17th century and has Baroque, Moorish and
Neoclassical elements. It has a magnificent Baroque style decoration.
Many are the treasures that the cathedral holds, deserving a careful visit.
The pulpit is covered with gold leaf and beautiful Juan Correa paintings.
Temple and Ex-Convent of Santo Domingo – The complex was built
between 1547 and 1551 and the façade is exquisitely decorated, in fact is
one of the most ornate structures in Latin America. The interior has lavish
altarpieces; an exquisitely fashioned pulpit carved of wood and covered in
gold leaf and the Rosario Chapel.
Plazuela de Santo Domingo – In front of the beautiful temple there is a
plaza with a large artisan market displaying colorful creations of local
artisans as: amber jewelry, textiles, toys and more.
Santa Lucía Temple – It was built in the19th century. The main altar is
Gothic with Neoclassical and Art Nouveau elements.
Arco del Carmen – This elegant arch with a tower was constructed in 1597
in the Mudejar (Moorish) style. It is considered the most striking colonial
building in the city.
El Carmen Cultural Center – Located in the remains of the former La
Encarnación convent. It was restored and transformed in a Convention
Center, Public Library and Fine Arts Hall. The complex is a unique
combination of ancient and modern buildings.
Sala de Bellas Artes “Alberto Domínguez Borraz” (Hall of Fine Arts) – It
was built in 1974 with a colonial style. It is part of the Cultural Center El
Carmen and the space accommodates a wide array of events, including
dance, theatre, festivals, exhibitions, films and lectures.
Un momento único
merece celebrarse
en el mejor escenario
[email protected]
Movil: 967 6779 090
Calzada Roberta No.16, Col. 31 de Marzo, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas 29229. México
Teléfonos: 01 (967) 678 4290 / 678 1167 www.sanjuandios.com
Cathedral
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* 30 Habitaciones bellamente
decoradas con chimenea de leña,
T.V. por cable y teléfono.
* A una hora del aeropuerto
internacional de Tuxtla Gutiérrez.
* Servicio de tours a la Zona Maya:
Palenque, Bonampak, Toniná, Agua
Azul, Lagunas de Montebello, Zonas
Indígenas, el Cañón del Sumidero.
* Restaurant Bar "Los Álamos",
(Comida mexicana y regional).
* Servicio a la habitación.
* Servicio Médico las 24 hrs.
* Servicio para Banquetes y
Eventos Sociales.
* Servicio de Internet.
* Sala de juntas.
* Amplio Estacionamiento.
Prolongación Insurgentes 162 "Las Carretas",
Barrio María Auxiliadora
Tel.: (52 967) 674 7127 Fax: (52 967) 674 7128
San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, México.
[email protected]
www.hotelhaciendadonjuan.com
The Amber Museum
THINGS TO DO IN SAN CRISTÓBAL DE LAS CASAS
Museo del Jade (Museum of Jade) – The museum has an interesting
collection where you can see carved-jade objects of the 8 major
Mesoamerican cultures: Mokaya, Olmec, Teohihuacan, Mixtec, Zapotec,
Maya, Toltec and Aztec. There is also a life-sized replica of the burial
chamber of Kinich Janab Pakal, Palenque's most famous ruler.
Museo de las Culturas Populares (Museum of Popular Cultures of Chiapas)
- The permanent exhibition hall presents the various customs and traditions
of different cultures in Chiapas. It has an exhibition hall for temporary
exhibitions and a gallery displaying works by local artists. The museum
offers workshops and a handicraft store. Opening hours: Tuesday to
Sunday: 10:00 to 17:00 hrs.
Museo de la Medicina Maya (Maya Medicine Museum) – This is a
fascinating museum dedicated to the various techniques and practices of
indigenous medicine, mainly from the tsotsil-tseltal in Chiapas. Along the
museum you may learn about the uses of traditional medicine and its
therapeutic resources. There is also an orchard with a large number of
medicinal plants. Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 9:00 to 18:00 hrs,
Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 to 17:00 hrs.
Daniel Zebadúa Theater - A neoclassical jewel with a capacity for 600
people.
Candy and Crafts Market – Here you will find a wide variety of sweets and
handicrafts. Opening hours: Daily: 7:00 to 20:00 hrs.
Iglesia de la Merced y Museo del Ámbar (Church of Mercy and Museum of
Amber) - The Church of Mercy was the first convent established in San
Cristóbal by the Mercedarian Order. Today the convent houses the
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Museum of Amber, which exhibits mere than 350 exceptional pieces. There
are about 30 different colors of amber in Chiapas, and the solid red amber
is very rare and unique of this region, this is highly prized for its impressive
color and transparency. Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 to
14:00 hrs. and 16:00 to 19:00 hrs.
Church of San Nicolás Tolentino - Built between 1613 and 1621. The
construction exhibits the Moorish style, and it currently houses the
Historical Archive.
Templo de La Caridad (Charity Temple) - Its construction dates from 1712.
It has a splendid Salomonic main altarpiece.
Na-Bolom Museum ("The House of the Jaguar") – Located in a building
from the end of the 19th Century. The house is decorated with regional
crafts, exhibiting Mayan ceramics and everyday objects of the Lacandones
(inhabitants of the Lacandon jungle) in one of its halls. Another hall is
devoted to the archaeological zone of Moxviquil, and yet another displays
traditional textiles. Prior reservation is required for lodging and meals.
Opening hours: Daily: 10:00 to 19:00 hrs. You may ask for the guided tours
in English.
Sergio Castro e Hijos Museum - More than 90 original outfits are displayed
here. This museum has an extensive collection of objects and garments
related to the textile works of the Tsotsiles, Tojolabales and Lacandones. It
also has a collection of musical instruments made and currently used by
natives in Chiapas’ mountains. You must schedule an appointment to visit
the museum and the visit hour is only at 18:00 hrs, Tel 967 678 4289.
THINGS TO DO IN SAN CRISTÓBAL DE LAS CASAS
Museo de Los Altos de Chiapas (Highlands of Chiapas Museum) – It is
located on the ground floor of the former convent of Santo Domingo. It
houses an interesting collection of art from the 17th to the 19th century. In
the back of the top floor of the same building, is the Maya World Textile
Center, the permanent showroom comprised around 2,400 items, ranging
from textiles, clothing and crafts from various Mayan communities.
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 to 18:00 hrs.
Arcotete – It is a gorgeous stone arch, sculpted by the calmed motion that
Fogótico River water provided throughout time. Here you can go zip lining,
rappelling, horseback riding and mountain biking. It is just 4 Km (2.5 miles)
from San Cristóbal.
Grutas de Rancho Nuevo (Grottoes) – This natural attraction is located 10
kms from (6 miles) from San Cristobal de las Casas, on State Highway 190
heading towards Comitan. Vicente Kramsky discovered the hollow
mountains of San Cristobal since 1947. It is a cave of one-entrance and
side holes with a length of 10.2 kilometers (6 miles) and a depth of 550
meters (1,815 feet). Spectacular limestone stalactites and stalagmites are
illuminated along a 750 meters (2,475-foot) concrete walkway inside the
labyrinthine caves. The best time to visit this cave in during dry season
(November through April). You can rent horses for a ride around the
surrounding pine forest, or hiking and camping.
San Juan Chamula – Located in a beautiful valley at an altitude of 2,200
meters above sea level and only ten kilometers from San Cristóbal de las
Casas. This town was founded in 1549, and has been characterized to
preserve pre-Hispanic culture and customs. The community produces a
variety of handicrafts made from sheep's wool (considered a sacred
animal) as blouses, bags, shawls and blouses (huipiles).
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Confort, calidad y el mejor de los servicios
en un ambiente familiar
* 30 Habitaciones
* Baño privado
* Televisión por cable
* Internet Inalámbrico
* Restaurante, Bar
* Cajas de Seguridad
* Médico las 24 horas
* Lavandería, Garage
* Room Service
Av. Benito Juárez 24-A Col. Centro San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas
Tel.: (967) 678 4485 · 678 5136 www.hvillareal2.com.mx [email protected]
Among its attractions are: The Church of San Juan Bautista, composed of
a single spacecraft designed to allow visibility of the main altar dedicated
to St. John the Baptist patron saint of the community. And the ruin of San
Sebastian, a former church built in the 16th century, located at the
entrance to the community inside a graveyard.
Ocosingo - The most natural Municipality of Mexico, the gateway to the
Lacandon Jungle, which also has cultural attractions, delicious food and
excellent weather. It highlights the Parish of Saint Hyacinth of Poland,
which was built in 1569, headquarters of the Dominican convent that ran
Tseltal villages in the region.
The Santo Domingo Temple and former Convent
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A AEROPUERTO,
GRUTAS,
RANCHO NUEVO,
COMITAN,
OCOSINGO,
PALENQUE
MAGIC TOWNS
Chiapa de Corzo
Chiapa de Corzo, a Magical Town, is one of the most beautiful colonial
cities of Chiapas, located just 15 minutes from Tuxtla Gutierrez, along the
Grijalva River. It was the first city founded by the Spanish Conquerors in
Chiapas in the sixteenth century. This is a place full of history, tradition and
culture.
The city is also distinguished by its variety of crafts such as lacquer
technique whose tradition dates back to Pre-Hispanic times and it is also
known as maque, woodcarving, particularly Parachico masks, and
embroidery. This beautiful work can be seen in the colorful costumes of
Chiapas. You can stroll around the central square and enjoy this colorful
handcrafts and enjoy exquisite local cuisine, including: cochinito horneado
(cooked hog), the typical candy, such as the suspiros (breaths), the
chimbos and the nuegados, and traditional the delicious beverage called
"Pozol", a drink made from fermented corn dough.
Colonial Fountain
WHAT TO SEE IN CHIAPA DE CORZO
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Pila fountain - This was constructed in 1562 in Moorish style, made of brick
in the form of a diamond. It has eight arches and a cylindrical tower.
The Santo Domingo church and Former Monastery - Is the largest
structure in the town, is one of the best preserved from the 16th century in
Chiapas. It is based on the Moorish churches of the Seville region in Spain,
but it also has Gothic, Renaissance and Neoclassical influences.
Its main bell tower has the largest bells in the country. The former
Dominican monastery exhibits various art forms.
The Calvario Church – It is from the 17th century. It was remodeled in
Gothic Revival architecture at the beginning of the 19th century. Another
treasure of this church is a wooden relief illustrating The Descent from the
Cross.
San Sebastian – It is a church in ruins located on the San Gregorio hill. It
was constructed in the 17th century. Only its apse and facade remain with
elements of Moorish, Renaissance and Baroque style.
Museo de la Marimba (Marimba Museum) – The museum belongs to the
Nandayapa Vargas family, who follow the family tradition as manufacturers
of this instrument. The friendly family will take you around the workshop to
show you how this musical instrument is made.
Chorreadero Waterfall - Beautiful waterfall of 25 meters high, located just 9
miles from Chiapa de Corzo. The best season for visit the waterfall goes
from November through March.
It is a geological fault formed about 30 millions of years ago. The vertical
walls rising up to 1000m (3,000 ft.) are lush with plants, abundant waterfalls
and caves, is one of Mexico's most spectacular landscape.
Parachicos TRADITION
The Fiesta Grande de Enero (Great January Feast) takes place from 4 to
23 January every year in Chiapa de Corzo, to honor local patron saints
Our Lord of Esquipulas, Anthony the Great and Saint Sebastian. The
Fiesta Grande de Enero is a celebration, which joins a number of events
that includes music, dance, crafts, food, religious ceremonies and other
entertainment. But the main attraction is the Parachicos dancers.
The Parachicos dress in a mask carved of wood and decorated with
lacquer to mimic a Spanish face; a helmet or wig made of ixtle to mimic
blonde hair; and a Saltillo style sarape. The dancers carry a type of
maraca made of metal called chinchin to make noise along with the taping
of their boot heels. The dancers go along the streets dancing with a drum
and a “carrizo” also called reed whistle. These processions visit the
various churches on their path, which are decorated with branches, on
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which are hung breads, sweets, fruits and plastic decorations. Their dances
begin in the morning and end at night.
There are so many parachicos dancers (more than 50 percent of the
population go out for dancing), which require guidance, a “patron”. The
“patron” of the dances and processions has a mask with a severe
expression, a guitar and a whip, and the musicians play flutes, drums and
whistles. During the dance, the “patron” chant prayers and the Parachicos
respond with cheers.
The dance is transmitted and taught during the festivity, children who
participate in the festival, mimic the movements of adults, also the art of
making masks is transmitted from generation to generation.
The festival has been included in UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage
Lists on 2010, listed as "Parachicos in the traditional January feast of
Chiapa de Corzo.
Juchavín Theater
Main Square
MAGIC TOWNS Comitán de Domínguez
Comitan is one of the most beautiful colonial cities of Mexico and one of the
best-preserved settlements of the border area of Chiapas. Originally the
town was comprised of nine districts, a number that refers significantly to
the former name of the city (Balun Canan, place of the nine stars).
To walk the streets of Comitan is to return to an old era, since you will find
testimonies of many centuries of history combined with colorful houses and
fragrances of its flourished gardens.
WHAT TO SEE IN COMITÁN DE DOMÍNGUEZ
Santo Domingo Church – It was built between the 16th and 17th Centuries,
with a Moorish style. The stained glass windows give accents of color to
the sober interior. The celebration of Santo Domingo during August takes
place in this temple. Its former monastic buildings next door are now the
Centro Cultural Rosario Castellanos, which has a pretty wood-pillared
patio, home of the Archaeological Museum of Comitan.
The San Caralampio Church – It was built in 1852 in a Neoclassic style,
although the decoration has a native influence. One of the traditions of the
place is to celebrate San Caralampio from 11 to 20 of February.
San José Church – Beautiful Gothic church built in the early 20th century
combining the classic architecture with some typical elements of the
culture of Chiapas.
San Sebastian Temple – The church construction dates back to the early
17th century. It has a Baroque style.
Dr. Belisario Dominguez Museum - A typical nineteenth century mansion
that exhibits the life and work of this illustrious martyr. Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 10:00 to 19:00 hrs.; Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 to 13:00 hrs.
Hermila Castellanos Dominguez Art Museum – The museum exhibits
works of artists such as Rufino Tamayo, Francisco Toledo and Gunther
Gerzso. It has rooms for temporary exhibitions, for paint and plastic arts
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workshops, and for concerts and conferences. Opening hours: Tuesday to
Saturday: 10:00 to 17:30 hrs.; Sunday: 10:00 to 14:00 hrs.
Museo Arqueológico de Comitán (Archaeological Museum) – Displays
various objects found in archaeological sites in the region. Opening hours:
Daily: 9:00 to 17:00 hrs.
Rosario Castellanos Cultural Centre – It is located in a former Dominican
convent built in 1552. Today is a House of Culture, offering a variety of
courses related to the visual arts, theatre, film and music.
Benito Juarez Park - Located in the heart of Comitan, is a beautiful place
with trees, statues and a gazebo. Every Thursdays and Sundays you can
enjoy live marimba music in the park.
Passage Morales – A pedestrian alley with candy shops, boutiques, cafes
and much more.
Junchavin City Theatre - Built in the early 20th century, this theater host the
most important events of the city.
The former convent of Copanahuastla - considered one of the most
important colonial monuments in Chiapas.
Parador Santa Maria Museum - Located 30 minutes from Comitan, dates
from the XIX century and its interiors are decorated throughout with period
furniture and works of art covering many centuries, creating an evocative
and exclusive atmosphere.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES IN CHIAPAS
Tenám Puente - The nucleus of the settlement is composed of more than
60 structures. The majority and most important of these buildings are
located in what is called the Acropolis. It was built in a strategic position
that allows access to important commercial networks. This archaeological
site represents the transition from classical to post-classical period.
Opening hours: Daily: 8:00 to 17:00.
Chiapa de Corzo Archeological Site – It is one of the most important
archaeological sites in the central region of Chiapas. At its peak, it counted
about 200 structures, but was abandoned around 500 AD. Today the site
has near 100 mounds. Recent excavations link this site with Olmec
centers such as La Venta and the highlands of Guatemala. Opening hours:
Tuesday to Sunday: 9:00 to 16:00.
El Lagartero - This paradise that combines the natural beauty of Lagos de
Colón, with archaeological remains scattered among a number of clear
ponds and small waterfalls. Most of the ruins are on small islands and
peninsulas that project into the lakes. Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday:
9:00 to 17:00.
Chinkultik – It is located 56 Km (34 miles) away from Comitan, in the heart
of a pinewood forest and next to the Cenote Azul (Blue Sinkhole),
considered an entrance to the Underworld by the Ancient Maya, and other
small lakes. The constructions at the site were built against the hills that
run alongside the first lakes of the Montebello lake system. The most
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structure built at the edge of the Blue Cenote (Ritual Well). The Group B,
has a great plaza. The group C has a ball court. And group D has the
prominent Building 20, known as "The Flat Stones Platform”. Opening
hours: Daily: 8:00 to 17:00 hrs.
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Palenque – It is remarkable because of its beautiful sculptural art, built by
the Mayans in the late classic period (600-900 A.D.) Outstanding for its
architecture is the complex known as the Palace and the Pyramid of the
Inscriptions, where a funerary crypt was found in which the most important
ruler of Palenque, King Pacal, was buried, accompanied by rich offerings.
Also notable for its architecture are the Temple of the Red Queen, the
Temple of the Sun, the Temple of the Cross, the North Group, and the
Temple of the Foliated Cross. This site is located in the magnificent
backdrop of the verdant jungle hills and considered by UNESCO as a site
that represents the heritage of all humanity. Opening hours: Tuesday to
Sunday: 9:00 to 16:45 hrs. There is a museum, with a small but exquisite
collection of stone, ceramic, and stucco artifacts accompanied by
well-written explanations. Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 9:00 to
16:45 hrs.
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Yaxchilán - Located in the left bank of the Usumacinta River surrounded by
jungle vegetation. It is notable for the large quantity of sculptures in stone
including steles and lintels. The most important structures are the Great
Plaza, the Acropolis, the Small Acropolis and the South Acropolis. The
lintels in Yaxchilán illustrate the dynastic history of the city. Opening hours:
Daily: 9:00 to 17:00 hrs.
Bonampak - It is best known for its amazing murals. In the Great Plaza by
the stairway that leads to the Acropolis there are several steles with richly
dressed dignitaries - probably its rulers. Among the buildings of this ancient
city, is the prominent building "I", its walls are adorned with the mural
paintings, the best-preserved and most important of the classic Maya.
Calendar inscriptions date the painted scenes between the years 790 and
792 CE. The city was abandoned shortly after, and the murals were never
completed. Opening hours: Daily: 9:00 to 17:00 hrs.
MAP OF THE Archaelogical Site of Palenque
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Bonampak Archaeological Site
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES IN CHIAPAS
Toniná - It was a ceremonial center with a great military might. The
principal architecture is located in the acropolis. Outstanding is the third
platform where the Underworld Palace is located and the fourth platform
with the Palace of the Great Fretworks and The War Palace. The Palace of
Frets is located on the fourth terrace of the Acropolis, one of the rooms of
the palace contains a stucco decoration representing feathered serpents
and crossed bones. The site museum has 2 exhibition rooms and exhibits
sculptures of the city's rulers. Opening hours: Daily: 9:00 to 17:00 hrs.
Izapa – It was settled as early as 1500 B.C., which would have made it a
contemporary of the Olmecs, Mesoamerica’s first complex society. It was
occupied for nearly 3,000 years before being abandoned in A.D. 1200.
Izapa had more than 160 buildings including pyramids and platforms of up
to 20 meters (65 ft.) high. The ruins are made up of about 80 structures,
divided into three groups. The ruins are made up of about 80 structures,
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divided into three groups. Themain one, Group F, consists mostly of
low-lying structures, a ball court, and a handful of weathered stele and
sculptures. Group A and B, are made up of a number of uncovered
mounds, stone sculptures, and stele. Opening hours: Daily: 9:00 to 17:00 hrs.
Iglesia Vieja (Old Church) - There are seven architectonic groups
distributed on a hillside with at least 80 structures and 30 carved
monuments. It is located about 4 km. (2.4 miles) north of the town of
Tonalá. The settlement is distributed in five architectural groups, each one
consisting of large- and medium-sized platforms, temples, sculptures,
carved stele and pedestal bases with a construction system based in
megalithic blocks plazas and their accesses. There are also about 30
sculptural monuments. It is located about 3 miles north from Tonalá.
Opening hours: Daily: 9:00 to 16:00 hrs.
NATURAL WONDERS
IN CHIAPAS
Playa Linda and Pozuelos Lagoon – A wide sandy beach ending in an
estuary called Pozuelos Lagoon, where you can take a tour by boat or go
fishing, among a mangrove system with a wide variety of bird species.
La Encrucijada – A Biosphere Reserve win an area of 144,868 hectáreas. It
is located along the Pacific coast with a beautiful combination of estuaries
and mangrove systems. There are more than 90 species of birds and it is
also the habitat for some endemic species of plants and animals, like the
caiman, jaguar and spider monkey, among others.
Cañón del Sumidero National Park – It is a geological fault formed about 30
millions of years ago. The vertical walls rising up to 1000m (3,000 ft.) are
lush with plants, abundant waterfalls and caves, is one of Mexico's most
spectacular landscape. Spanning 32 km from the bridge to the Chicoasén
Dam, a boat ride through this thrilling canyon is one of a kind experience.
The two to three hours round trip will take you on a spectacular journey
where you can see crocodiles, spider monkeys, and many aquatic birds.
The boats leave from Chiapa de Corzo. The park has six lookout points
accessible by land.
Laguna Verde - (Green Lagoon) - The water seems to have a bit of magic,
as the color changes throughout the day. There are palapas and a
restaurant.
El Aguacero Waterfalls - A natural park with a series of caves, one of the
most important cave is El Encanto” with an underground river and a mossy
rocks waterfall.
La Venta River Canyon – This canyon is approximately 80 km (49 miles)
long with with vertical walls of up to 400 meters (1,312 ft) hight with caverns,
rapids and waterfalls. The river, that in some sites has an 80 to 90 meter
width, suddenly turns into a 10 meter funnel, and there is a part where the
walls are so close together that form a cavern. The best time to visit is from
January to May.
Cascada Welib-Ja – Located in the midst of the Lacandon jungle with
blue-green waters, natural ponds and surrounded of extraordinary flora, is
the perfect place to enjoy nature. There are palapas, trails, sanitary module
and rustic cabins.
Sima de las Cotorras (Parrot's Sinkhole) – It is an impressive 520-feet (160
meters) wide, 460-feet (140 meters) deep perforation in the landscape. You
will find petroglyphs painted on its walls. In addition, the area is the nesting
ground for thousands of green parakeets that seek refuge in the trees at its
base.
Agua Azul Waterfalls Ecoturistic Center - The Tulija River tumbles down
natural limestone steps, forming a series of amazing cascades with pools in
calcareous depressions. The turquoise-blue waters of this waterfall and
river are one of the state's most beautiful and famous natural attractions.
There are touristic services. You can swim in the pools, camping, hiking,
among other things. There are rustic cabins and restaurants.
Las Nubes (The Clouds) Ecotourism Center - It is part of the swift Santo
Domingo River where there are many turquoise-colored waterfalls and in
many sections rapid currents ideal for rafting. It is a natural wonder in the
middle of the Lacandon Jungle.
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El Chiflon Waterfall
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Agua Azul Waterfalls
NATURAL WONDERS IN CHIAPAS
El Chiflón (Big Whistle) Ecotourism Center - The El Chiflón Waterfall is a
beautiful 120 meters (360 ft.) high waterfall located in a valley with reeds,
sugarcane, mountains and rainforest. It is formed by the San Vicente River
and has pools of blue water at the bottom, popular for swimming. About a
half hour hike in from the walking entrance is the breathtaking view of the
tallest of the falls called Cascada Velo de Novia (Bridal Vail). The trail
continues up to three more falls. Next you will find some archaeological
remains with cave paintings.
Cascada de Misol-Há - With a height of approximately 90 ft. among lush
jungle vegetation with tall mahogany, Palo de Agua, chicozapote, and
canshanes trees. Below the waterfall is a pool suitable for swimming.
There are touristic services.
Grutas de Rancho Nuevo (Grotto de Rancho Nuevo Ecological Reserve)
– A light-walking path leads to an enjoyable one-kilometer tour of
capricious stalagmites and stalactites.
Nueva Palestina, Las Golondrinas - The sloping multipart Las Golondrinas
falls—Swallows Waterfall—has several small pools popular for swimming
and wading. At the entrance are several palapa umbrellas with small
tables beneath them, plus bathrooms and a modest eatery. This place is
ideal for swimming, fishing, kayaking, hiking and camping.
Las Guacamayas - It was created to preserve this species of Red
Guacamaya birds. It has touristic services.
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Tres Lagunas (Three Lagoons) - Alternative Tourism Center, where you can
walk along trails in the Lacandon jungle. You can also have the experience
of a ride in rustic canoes through beautiful lagoons, biking, crocodile night
watch and guided visits to Bonampak. There are rustic cabins and a
restaurant.
Frontera Corozal - A Touristic Center located in Frontera Corozal, a Chol
community, located on the banks of the Usumacinta River, a natural border
between Mexico and Guatemala. This is a nice stop if you want to visit
Guatemala and the archaeological site of Tikal. It has tourist services. You
have to take a boat trip from Frontera Corozal to visit the archaeological site
of Yaxchilan.
Nahá - This is a Natural Protected Area with beautiful lagoons and a unique
biodiversity. This area is where the oldest and most traditional communities
of the Lacandon live. There are rustic cabins and restaurants.
Volcán Tacaná – It is the highest peak Southeast Mexico with 4,100 meters
(13,320 ft.) high. This has been described as one of the most interesting
hikes in region, leading up winding paths through lush rainforests, villages,
up ancient magma flows, and rock filled temperate forests before reaching
the top of the lowest caldera. The final stretch to the summit provides
breathtaking views high above the clouds of several other volcanoes within
the Central American Volcanic Arch.
NATURAL WONDERS IN CHIAPAS
El Corralito Waterfall – The waterfall has a number of small natural pools under
the shade of trees native to the region. There are walkways, parking lot and
palapas.
Colen-há – As the flow of the Tulijá River drops, several natural pools of
different sizes are formed. These turquoise pools of water are connected with
tiny little waterfalls between each stepped pool. This place is surrounded with
lush green vegetation.
Chukumaltic Sinkhole – One of the few cenotes where you can practice your
high dive. It has crystal clear waters with a visibility up to 131 feet (40 meters)
all year round. It has an average temperature of 75ºF (24°C). There are
petrified trees, caves, stalagmites, a shrine to Our Lady of Sorrows and
several sulfur chimneys.
Catazajá Lagoons - An area of 20.000 hectares with a huge lagoon system. It
is ideal for fishing and has tourist services. It is ideal for fishing sea bass, carp
and prawns. In October there is a bass fishing tournament.
Montebello Lagoons National Park - Its beauty is without a doubt among
Mexico's most spectacular, framed in lush pine & mixed forests full of
bromeliads and orchids. The lakes are ancient natural wells that have become
joined through time due to the corrosion and collapse of the limestone floor.
Their number is uncertain, although it says there are 59 lakes in the
Montebello Park. One of the most outstanding is the Tziscao Lagoon, which is
one of the largest and deepest in Mexico, it is 45 m (147 ft.) deep. It offers the
possibility of scuba diving, kayaking, swimming, boating and camping.
Metzabok Lagoon
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Miramar Lagoon - One of the spectacular wonders in the Lacandon jungle
surrounded by lush vegetation, it has breathtaking colors, which change from
indigo to emerald green. Here you can explore the islands, caves, rock
paintings, admire the turtles in their natural habitat, the spider monkey, the
crocodiles and some archaeological remains.
Lacandon Jungle - It is still the largest example of high jungle in Mexico. Its
richness in flora and fauna is considerable, and so is its archaeological bounty.
In order to explore the jungle you will need the gear, training, guides and
permission. The Montes Azules (Blue Mountains) Reserve is the
best-preserved area of the Lacandon Rain Forest. While on your journey you
can swim in waterfalls and pools, boating and canoe, hiking, camping, observe
the wonderful flora and fauna, and visit the archaeological sites.
Metzabok - Located in the Lacandon Jungle with an area of 3.368 hectares is
an ecosystem of high diversity and fragility. The Tzibana and Metzabok
Lagoons are the most important of the 27 interconnected lakes that comprise
the system of Metzabok. The Metzabok Lagoon means God of Thunder and
Tzibana Lagoon means Painted House in Maya.
Lancanjá Chansayab - Unique natural place inhabited by the Mayan
descendants who had kept their cultural traditions. It is located near the
archaeological site of Bonampak. This is a nice place for camping, hiking,
rafting and wildlife watching.
Nueva Palestina – A river with stretches with different classes of rapids and a
pool of emerald green water, surrounded by lush vegetation. This is a nice
place for swimming, fishing, kayaking, trekking and camping.
The Lacandon Jungle
SUN AND SAND
Pozuelos Lagoon – Laguna de Pozuelos – It has a quiet beach and
amazing mangrove systems, habitat for a great diversity of birds. It has a
restaurant, palapas and pools. You can take a tour by boat or go fishing.
Barra San Simón – It is a gorgeous wide sandy beach divided by a pristine
river estuary surrounded by exuberant vegetation, where you will find a
variety of aquatic birds. The spectacular ocean side beach has strong surf.
It is connected with the Encrucijada Biosphere Reserve, in Las Palmas, by
natural channels among a mangrove ecosystem.
San Carlos - A fishing village located within the La Encrucijada Biosphere
Reserve. San Carlos Ecological Group offers various adventures on
beaches and the mangroves, recognized as some of the tallest mangroves
on the Pacific coast of the Americas. Here you will enjoy the exuberant
evergreen tropical vegetation and a rich fauna. The little town is full of
history, legends and traditions, beside you can taste a variety of traditional
dishes. There are accommodation services, restaurants and boat rides.
Chocohuital – Sits between the ocean and a coastal lagoon with
mangroves. You can take a boat tour to experience nature first hand, watch
the colorful and diverse species of birds and the local fauna like crocodiles
and alligators. Here, you can practice fishing, swimming and kayaking. It
offers accommodation, including an interesting concept for nature lovers,
and restaurants offering delicious seafood dishes.
Boca del Cielo (Mouth of Heaven) - This beach is on a swath of land
separated from the mainland by La Joya lagoon, a beautiful place to take a
small motorboat to explore the mangroves home of a diverse species of
birds. The beach has fine grey sand with palm-thatched seaside eateries
serving the local specialties of fresh lobster and coconut water. Swim or
wade in the inlet and sign up at the sea turtle protection post, where visitors
are welcome to accompany staffers on nightly beach patrols in search of
turtle nests. The nesting season goes from August to November and during
December; thousand of newborn turtles are liberated.
Puerto Arista – This coastal town offers 32 miles of open sea beach in the
middle of a mountain landscape, this is the main beach resort in Chiapas.
The area is excellent for swimming, beach sports, horseback riding;
motorcycle rides by the seashore, fishing and boat trips. Puerto Arista
Turtle Sanctuary a state-sponsored turtle protection and preservation
program located on a property with 500 hectares of mangroves and
beaches; it allows visitors to participate in both the collection of eggs and
liberation of hatchlings; even activities take place year round, most turtles
come here to nest between July and November. Some of the nearby
communities include Cabeza de Toro, which straddles the road linking
Puerta Arista and Boca del Cielo (Mouth of Heaven) both on the La Joya
Lagoon, which is separated from open ocean by a sliver of land or shoal
broken in the middle.
Barra de San José – This place has a variety of unpopulated pristine
beaches. It has a restaurant, cabins and swimming pool. Tourist attractions
include jet-ski, a boat ride along the estuary, swimming and fishing. The
area has fish and shrimp farms, so it is an excellent place to enjoy fresh
seafood.
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Chocohuital
Puerto Chiapas
SUN AND SAND
Playa Azul – In order to get this broad, flat expanse of gray volcanic sand
you have to cross an estuary. It is a safer swimming beach than most
Pacific coast areas, because the waves break far offshore. Take a boat
ride, enjoy water sports, or you can camp in this beautiful beach. It has a
restaurant, palapas and a small pier.
Barra Zacapulco – Located on a sand bar inside the La Encrucijada
Biosphere Reserve, it has large areas of mangroves. There is an
ecotourism center with cabins, restaurant and cayuco (kind of canoe)
rides.
La Lupe – Small fishing village located just 3 km from the turtle camp in
Barra de Zacapulco. In this town you will find decorations made of
seashells and snails, and coconut carvings.
El Ballenato – There is an ecoturistic resort in this beautiful sandy beach.
This place features a contemporary and environmentally friendly design.
There is a restaurant with regional cuisine, bird observatory and kayaks
and canoe tours.
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Madresal Ecological Center - A nice place to enjoy wildlife, and admire
animals as raccoons, alligators, eagles and porcupines, among others. It
has cabins, restaurant and boat rides.
Palo Blanco Estuary – It is part of La Encrucijada Biosphere Reserve,
consisting of lagoons and estuaries that interconnect along the Pacific
Ocean, it has the tallest mangroves on the Pacific coast of the Americas.
Puerto Chiapas - The port receives various types of ships, including cruise
liners. It has a 9-Km beach with dark gray sand and rough surf. In its
surroundings you can visit: Playa Linda, ideal for fishing, hiking, boating
and camping, it has palapa restaurants, and swimming pools. Playa San
Benito, a nice place to see the natural flora and fauna of the perfect place
to enjoy seafood. Playa Grande, are expanses of near-virgin beaches you
can take boat rides and camping. It offers opportunities for cultural and
historic tours, as well as eco-adventures; there are tours to coffee
plantations, Tapachula, Tuxtla Chico, Union Juarez and the archaeological
site of Izapa.
Colón Lakes
Lacanjá
ACTIVITIES & ADVENTURE IN CHIAPAS
Climbing and Rappelling – Climbing and Rappelling - Near Tuxtla Gutierrez
are four great options: Sima de las Cotorras, an impressive circular ravine
that is 140 meters deep, and halfway down the sinkhole there are 46
ancient images painted on the rocky cliff, home of thousands of parrots
nesting in the place; La Venta Canyon River with great vertical walls up to
400 meters, this is also known as the Sacred Canyon because the
numerous caves used for ceremonies during the pre-Hispanic period; the
Chorreadero Cave-Waterfall at this 25-meter (82-foot) waterfall you can
hike through a tunnel that lead you to a huge natural hall with stalactite and
stalagmite, a stream runs along the cave creating subterranean waterfalls
and shallow pools where you can swim; you can also rappel down the
waterfall’s rock formations; The Cañón de Sumidero National Park, there
you can rappel extremely vertical of more than 600 mt (1,968 ft.) cliffs that
require the mastering of the progressive techniques on rope descending,
that is why you can contact a team of experts to try this adventure.
Tapachula offers beautiful scenery between coffee plantations, in the
Tacaná Park on its walls and mountain cliffs, in La Changa Ecotouristic
Park where you can practice rappelling, or in the limestone walls in Poza
Galana.
Mountain Biking - There are several options such as: The Sumidero
Canyon and the Lacandon Jungle. Near Tapachula, in the Argovia Coffee
Plantation, you can bike surrounded by a majestic mountain backdrop. And
the Ecotourism Center La Changa, you will find landscapes of canyons and
cliffs. Near Comitan, in Chiflón Cascades, there are interesting routes to go.
The El Chiflón Waterfalls, half an hour away from Comitán, are surrounded
by mountains and jungle and offer some paths with breathtaking views.
Speleology - The underground landscape of Chiapas is amazingly vast and
includes: caves, subterranean rivers, vertical chasms and caverns, all of
them rich in flora and fauna, much of which is endemic. Some of the best
places are Río de la Venta with interesting caves, some of them were
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Mayan ceremonial centers, however this is only recommended for
experienced speleologist. The Caves of San Francisco, near Comitan, are
a natural wonder with 500 meters long are the natural home for birds,
insects and native plants, also in the months from August to October, you
can see thousands of bats. There are also caves in beautiful waterfalls like
Misol-Ha and Chorreadero.
Kayak - In Chiapas there are plenty of rivers, lakes and ponds of great
beauty where you can practice this sport as the Lacandon Jungle, the
Guacamayas Ecotourism Center, Las Nubes Tourist Center, and the
Montebello Lagoons.
Rafting - One of the most powerful rivers crossing the Lacandon Jungle is
the Lacanja, this is not a river with rapids, but it is a scenic drive through
waterfalls, archaeological sites such as Bonampak, and beautiful
landscapes. Another option is Las Nubes Waterfalls, which are part of the
mighty river of Santo Domingo with beautiful turquoise waters.
Diving – Among the best places are: The Montebello Lagoons, its 59 lakes
and crystal clear waters of colors ranging from turquoise blue to emerald
green are connected by underground rivers. Colón Lakes, including the
Lagartos Lagoon with petrified trees and interesting rock formations. But
the best place in Chiapas is the Chucumaltik Sinkhole, with a visibility of
more than 40 meters (131 ft.) all year long, and a depth of 60 meters (196
ft) where you can see an altar for Our Lady of Sorrows, exotic fish and
petrified trees.
Swimming in River – There are many options you can swim in the
ecoturistic center Las Guacamayas located in the exuberant Lacandon
near the mighty Lacanjá River. Other options are Las Nubes or the
Embarcadero Jerusalem both located along the shores of the Santo
Domingo River, or the Ecotouristic Park Catay Maya near Tapachula.
ARTS & CRAFTS IN CHIAPAS
Shops in Chiapas offer a wonderland of handicrafts. Chiapas is famous for
its wide variety of crafts, and some of them are produced based on an
antique Pre-Hispanic tradition.
Textiles: The indigenous people of Chiapas are known for their fine weaving
skills that have been handed down from generation to generation. The
beauty delicacy and exclusivity from this manufacture faithfully follow the
traditions, the weavers are trained since they are little girls. Cotton and wool
textiles are found in daily use, and designs and symbolisms vary from one
community to the other. Flower motifs, animals and men figures bond
together give a special significance to the owner of this unique fabrics.
Today, these textiles are raw material for a new line of stylish dresses,
inspired by beautiful embroidery and fabrics.
Ambar: Experts have considered amber from Chiapas as the most beautiful
for its texture, transparency and great variety of colors. Yellow is the most
known color, but there are also less known ones such as red, cognac, green
and pink. There is beautiful jewelry made out of ambar. Among the
traditions amber was thought to chase away evil spirits.
Pottery: Amatenango village is famous for its clay pottery; they create jugs,
small animal figures like jaguars and doves, and flowerpots among others.
Other communities famous for its pottery creations are Ocuilapa, Suchiapa,
and San Cristóbal de Las Casas. In the Lacandon Jungle the natives still
make clay incense burners decorated with the face of a Lacandon deity like
in the pre-Hispanic era.
Wood Carving: The artisans of Chiapa de Corzo produce excellent wood
carvings, including sculptures, boxes, crosses and the traditional
Parachico mask; in tableware, boxes, toys, masks and rattles, the artisans
of Chiapa de Corzo are known by its singular perfection and beauty, along
with a variety of bright colors. The tsotsil artisans produce excellent
woodcarvings, furniture and traditional toys. In root carving, artisans from
Tecpatán are unique. In the area of the Lacandon jungle the natives
produces sticks and filled them with seeds, so when they moved them, the
sticks sound like the rain.
Stone: In Palenque some skilled craftsmen, experienced in Mayan culture,
make detailed sculptures, lintels and stone carvings reproductions. In
Chiapas there are important deposits of Jade near the border with
Guatemala, and the artisans create nice pieces and jewelry.
Metalwork and Saddlery: San Cristóbal de las Casas is famous for its
colonial-style wrought iron works used for balconies, window gates,
benches, lamps, among other things. Beside, San Cristóbal along with
Comitán create beautiful objects of leather like saddles and horsemanship
and charreria items, as well as wallets, belts, bags, portfolios, suitcases, etc.
Waxworks (Candles): In San Cristóbal de las Casas, in La Merced District
there is an ancient tradition to create exquisitely beautiful works of wax.
The artisans' hands transform the paraffin into subtle flowers with delicate
leaves, sprinkled with gold dust.
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Traditional Cuisine of Chiapas
CUISINE OF CHIAPAS
The cuisine of Chiapas is the result of cultural fusion between Spaniards
and natives with a result of exotic flavors. The typical dishes integrates
elements of the Hispanic and Spanish cuisine. Each region of Chiapas has
its specialty, but some of the most famous are: the tamale made of masa
(a starchy dough, usually corn-based) and seasoned with spices sweet,
salty, spicy and regional fruits, the pictes or corn tamales, the delicious
barbecue beef or lamb, the palatable pig (baked pork) or the peculiar
chainfaina (made with pork and beef) black beans with salted beef, and the
sispolá (beef with chickpeas and cabbage).
This rich gastronomy has also delicious drinks like Chía water and Pozol
(fermented corn dough), either white or with cocoa. In the area of Comitan
you can have a refreshing drinks like Comiteco (fermented maguey drink)
and the agua de tzilacayote, a drink made with a special regional fruit like
mango, tejocote (small crab apple-like fruit) and plum. And of course, The
Soconusco and Los Altos (Highlands), region offers a worldwide known
coffee for their delicate aroma, medium body, natural chocolate flavor and
bright acidity. Each region has its own specialities and variations. In Tuxtla
Gutierrez, the corn-based dishes are the most common as tascalate (a
drink made with corn, chocolate, nuts and vanilla) and tamales; in San
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Cristóbal de las Casas, specialties are based mostly on tcured meats such
as ham and sausages, which are of Spanish origin, as well as sweets such
as crystallized fruit and coconut candies; local specialties in Chiapa de
Corzo, includes a suckling pig roasted seasoned with dried chilies and
spices; Palenque is known for many versions of fried plantains, including
filled with cheese, and for the shuti broth (small freshwater snail cooked in
a broth flavored with hoja santa); in Tapachula, chipilin with shrimp and
pictes, a fresh sweet corn tamale with cheese and sugar; in Tonalá,
seafood is a strong component in many dishes like the macabil sausages
and the famous tamales juacane (filled with a mixture of black beans, dried
shrimp, and pumpkin seeds); and in Comitán, the chinculguaje, dough
filled with beans and cheese, and the hearts of palm salad in vinaigrette.
Cheese making is important, especially in the municipalities of Ocosingo,
Rayon and Pijijiapan. Ocosingo has its own self-named variety, Queso
Bola, a cheese with strong flavor with a creamy, crumbly texture. It is quite
popular among restaurants and gourmet shops along the country.
You can enjoy the cuisine in Chiapas. One suggestion for food is to
accompany tourists listening to the harmonious sound of the instrument's
most historic and popular in this region: the marimba.
MEETINGS & EVENTS IN CHIAPAS
Chiapas has become one of the most attractive locations for congresses
and conventions both national and international. There are several cities
with a solid hotel infrastructure and a wide variety of venues.
Tuxtla Gutierrez is a safe and modern city where nature and tradition come
together, showing the zoque essence. The city offers a wide range of
hotels, quality services, transport facilities, museums and shopping
centers. The city is connected by air to most major cities in the country, and
by land there are several bus lines that travel across the state. The
specialist DMC Magazine has considered Tuxtla Gutiérrez as one of the
top 10 destinations for small events.
You will love the Chiapas Polyforum and Convention Centre, a striking,
contemporary complex of buildings. With 3,300 m2 distributed over nine
rooms, offering capacities ranging from 50 to 1,500 people. The auditorium
has a capacity of 3,875 spectators and features a cutting-edge audio
system and computerized lighting; this is one of the most modern and
exciting entertainment venues in the Southeast of Mexico.
San Cristóbal de las Casas offers hotel accommodations for small and
medium-size groups with facilities for all tastes and needs. This Magical
Town features colorful traditions, crafts, festivals, cuisine and cultural
attractions as one of the oldest and most beautiful colonial cities in Mexico.
The town will fill your event with its magic and two venues: The Casa
Mazariegos Convention Centre, with a total area of 1,825 m2 and four
rooms; and The Carmen Convention Centre, a part of a cultural complex
including the Fine Arts building and the Public Library. This restored
colonial building offers 2,300 m2 of meeting and event space; he large
multipurpose room offers 1,243 m2 with a capacity of 1,250 people.
Tapachula is also a beautiful destination surrounded by incredible natural
wonders complemented with good tourist infrastructure. There are
non-stop flights to Mexico City and other destinations in Mexico. The Hotel
Loma Real Tapachula International Convention Center is one of the largest
and best-equipped venues in Chiapas. It has the capacity to organize
events of up to 1,500 participants in beautiful rooms surrounded by
gardens.
Chiapas offers the best pre- and post-event activities, you can enjoy an
adventure in the jungle along the Cañón del Sumidero National Park, La
Venta River Canyon, or in the Tacaná Volcano; or you can live the Mayan
culture in Palenque, Bonampak, Toniná…
The Convention and Visitors Bureau of Chiapas (OCV) supports the
organization of events with information, paperwork and negotiations.
Chiapas Polyforum and Convention Center
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