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Very nice! Its quite big. Not so touristic as we expected just made comfortable with restaurants and walkways. Swimming is very nice in the cold water. Easy to reach from Palenque with the Collectivo package. The package we chose costed 250 peso which included half...More
The beautiful clear blue water tint ed by calcium carbonate from the hills makes for lovely scenes. The water is beautifully cool on a hot day and if you can find a less crowded spot makes for a lovely swim. Be warned the current is...More
Spectacular waterfalls in a beautiful jungle setting. Lots of bird life around to photograph, if you're patient with the camera. If you are travelling by road from Palenque to San Cristobal, this is a worthwhile stop for an hour or so, but be careful to...More
I visited the waterfall on a transfer from San Cristobal to Palanque, so the visit felt a bit rushed. The water is pristine. There are multiple levels of waterfall with pools in between. You can walk up next to the waterfalls and it goes uphill...More
Even having viewed photos of Agua Azul, in person it was even more amazing than I had anticipated.
Be prepared to pay a small donation fee to the indigenous community that takes care of the area. It is located in an area that is known...More
Read the warnings from other travelers https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g664450-d1442969-r260940027-Agua_Azul-Chiapas_Southern_Mexico.html#REVIEWS before risking a trip on HWY 199 in Mexico.
I made the mistake of thinking this was a temporary 2015 or 2016 issue that surely had been resolved. But I was wrong! The road is blocked by 2x4s...More
NO WORDS! This is a must visit place! You can arrive by car, you can go with a tour or you can go by public transportation (from Ocosiongo or Palenque, they will let you in the crossroad, from there you should take a taxi (like...More
Hi there, we leave Palenque in 2 days for SAN Cristobel via Agua Azul. Then we head to Villahermosa...Anyone had issues lately?
July 02, 2018|
Have you tried reading posts on the Chiapas forum as there have been quite a few recent posts. Some posts may have started a while ago but people add to them over time. Filter by showing NEW ones first. There is a long post on Safety and people post there too about any recent road blocks etc. As you'll find out it can be fine one day and not the next
is it safe to drive from tuxtla gutierrez to campeche? (5 Replies)
hi, we are planning in advance our holidays in Mexico scheduled in august 2018. we are planning to take internal flights from mexico city to Oaxaca and from Oaxaca to tuxtla G. from Tuxtla G. we would like to rent a car to drive to Sumidero canyon and St cristobal. from St Cristobal we would like to visit St Juan Chamula and Zinacantan and then move by car to Palenque whilst stopping to visit Agua Azul and Misol-ha. from Palenque we would drive to Yucatan. my concern is if it is...More
September 25, 2017|
Hi Elisabetta Few people look at the Mexico country forum. I suggest reposting on the Mexico City forum as that's where you're starting. Let folks know if you're okay with August weather & humidity.
2.5 Mexico Itinerary (4 Replies)
Hi, My brother and I (24/26yo) will be travelling with our mum (60yo) for 2.5 weeks. Dec 21-Jan 07. Done some research on what we want to see and just need some help with Itinerary. 21 Dec - arrive in Cancun, late at night 22-24 Dec - Tulum 3 nights (Christmas, nice hotel) 25-28 Dec - Tulum 3 nights (budget airB&B) Visit: Tulum, Cozumel, Bacalar, Chichen Itza, Merida, Izamal, Cenote X'toloc, Yokdzonot Cenote 29-30 Dec - Tulum to Palenque, 2 nights Visit:...More
August 27, 2017|
Hi For your specific questions about different destinations, I recommend that you repost on that forum. For example, post on the Mexico City forum for ideas about tourism in Mexico City. This country forum has few readers.