I totally support the fees that locals charge to visitors to allow entrance to their villages and their magnificent attractions, when they are "reasonable". Nonetheless transportation fees of $75 are extorted to visitors for a 10 km ride in a crammed van, in addition to the $35 fee to entry the village and $45 official fee to visit the ruins. You may not use your own vehicle to approach the ruins arguing congestion at the site (fine with me), but if you opt to walk, they get mad and demand the $75 payment anyways. This is abusive and travelers must decide if they want to include bonampak in their plans.
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