4 days tour in LacandonaSKU: 48610
Description of 4 days tour in LacandonaOn the first day of this experience, we'll set from San Cristóbal de las Casas to discover one of the biggest waterfalls of the country, that is called El Chiflón, which has a 229 feet high fall. Then, you'll get to see Montebello lakes, and we'll take you to the touristic centre of Lacandona, where we'll sleep by the river Lacantum in our camp. Also, you'll get to enjoy a yummy lunch.
On the second day, after enjoying a delicious breakfast, we'll head to the place where we'll ride some kayaks. We'll paddle for 4 hours, and we'll feel like part of the jungle, and then we'll get to the most enigmatic place of the Maya archaeology.
After the kayak ride in ejido Chajul, a van will pick us up and we'll head to Lacanjá community. Also, you can enjoy a nice breakfast, a lunch and a dinner.
On the third day, we'll start very early, visiting Frontera Corozal community, and a speedboat will take us by the Usumacinta river. This route will take us to Yaxchilán, an archaeological area. By the time we're back to the camp we'll go on a route to explore the jungle. We'll finish the activity at the camp.
On the last day, we'll visit Bonampak, where you'll get to see all the classical Maya art. We'll take you to Palenque so that you learn more about the pre-history culture, and we'll have a delicious breakfast as a farewell.
Also, the experience may include round trip to and from San Cristóbal de las Casas for those who might need it.
The price might change depending on the cabin you choose.
Roustic cabin or Yaxtaan cabin.
- Meals for 4 days
- 1 nights stay in the touristic centre Lacantun River
- 2 nights stay in Río Lacanjá Camp
- Kayak route in the river
- Adventure equipment
- Speedboat transport to Yaxchilán
- Access to Yaxchilan, Bonampak and Palenque
- Access to Lagos de Montebello national park and Palenque
2 nights stay in Río Lacanjá Camp
Roustic cabin inside the jungle (308£ )
Yaaxcan cabin (328£ )
- Round trip from and to San Cristóbal de las Casas
- Transport to the archaeological areas