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RUTA 307 CHIAPAS

8 days – 7 nights

  • Free Palenque International Airport (PQM) Pick up & Tuxtla Gutierrez International Airport (TGZ) Drop off.
  • Accommodation in boutique hotels ★★★★ category selected.
  • Included meals: 7 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 2 dinners.
  • Restaurants distinguished and widely recommended for lunch and dinner.
  • All tips are included.
  • All the entrances to the attractions listed in the itinerary are included.
  • Certified local guides.
  • Groups of up to 12 people.

Departure Dates & Prices 2018:

USD $1,800.00
Per person, single occupancy.

USD $1,525.00
Per person, double occupancy.

USD $1,455.00
Per person, triple occupancy*.

USD $1,440.00
Per person, quadruple occupancy**.

*Some hotels only accept 2 persons per room, for triple occupancy case one room for 2 persons and one room for 1 person will be assigned.

**Some hotels only accept 2 persons per room, for quadruple occupancy case two rooms for 2 persons will be assigned.


Departure Finish

October 23, 2018

October 30, 2018

November 6, 2018

November 13, 2018

Departure Dates & Prices 2019:

USD $1,800.00
Per person, single occupancy.

USD $1,525.00
Per person, double occupancy.

USD $1,455.00
Per person, triple occupancy*.

USD $1,440.00
Per person, quadruple occupancy**.

*Some hotels only accept 2 persons per room, for triple occupancy case one room for 2 persons and one room for 1 person will be assigned.

**Some hotels only accept 2 persons per room, for quadruple occupancy case two rooms for 2 persons will be assigned.


Departure Finish

March 5, 2019

March 12, 2019

Itinerary:

  • Day 1 Arrive Palenque, Chiapas
    Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel. Palenque.
  • Day 2 Palenque Archaeological Zone, The waterfalls of Agua Azul
    breakfast & lunch. Palenque.
  • Day 3 Yaxchilán, Bonampak.
    breakfast, lunch & dinner. Siltepec.
  • Day 4 Las Nubes, Montebello Lagoons.
    breakfast. San Cristobal de las Casas.
  • Day 5 San Cristobal de las Casas.
    breakfast & lunch. San Cristobal de las Casas.
  • Day 6 San Juan Chamula, San Cristobal de las Casas.
    breakfast & dinner. Valladolid.
  • Day 7 Chiapa de Corzo, Tuxtla Gutierrez.
    breakfast & lunch. Valladolid.
  • Day 8 Tuxtla Gutierrez airport.
    breakfast

Special Notes:

  • Prices are subject to change without prior notice, the prices will be respected only when a reservation has been made and that it is in the limit of validity for its payment.
  • Itineraries are subject to change due to the weather, transportation and other conditions, in order to provide the best experience for you.
  • Customers are held solely responsible for their own travel documents and/or visas if required.
  • This route starts in Palenque, Chiapas and it finishes in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas.
  • Cancellation fee – 10% of total purchase amount.
  • Cancellation penalties per person.
    • Up to 20 days prior to start date – only the cancellation fee.
    • 8-19 days prior to start date - 30% of total purchase amount + cancellation fee.
    • 1-7 days prior to start date - 70% of total purchase amount + cancellation fee.
    • Day of start route or no show - 100% per person.
  • Unused features are non-refundable. No shows forfeit entire payment.

NOTE: We cannot grant any refunds more than 15 days after completion the route.

Mexico’s greatest riches lie in its gastronomy, archaeological sites, natural paradises, colonial cities full of history and in its handcrafted goods. This route will show you every part of it.

We will visit Chiapas' grand archaelogical regions and natural wonders. We take our time to wander around its Pueblos Magicos and we taste the local, diverse cuisine. It will be a mystic route filled with moments that will never be forgotten.


Attractions R307:

 

Zona Arqueologica de Palenque

The archaeological site of Palenque is one of the most outstanding Classic period sites of the Mayan era, known for its exceptional and well conserved architectural and sculptural remains. The elegance and craftsmanship of the construction, as well as the lightness of the sculpted reliefs illustrating Mayan mythology, attest to the creative genius of this civilization

 

Cascadas de Agua Azul
One of the most spectacular views of the region and the country, they are the evidence that paradise exists.

 

Yaxchilan Natural Monument
It is located at the border of the Usumacinta River. It has important vestiges; the hieroglyphic inscriptions have attracted international researchers since the end of the 19th century.

 

Bonampak
Its Mayan name means "Painted Walls", although the architecture is not its most outstanding feature, there are lintels in stone, stela and carved monuments. In building number  one, there are inscriptions that tell epic tales of ancestral battles.

 

Lagunas de Montebello
The diversity of Chiapas is almost unbelievable: the soils, orchids, wildlife, and the variety of fish are amazing. There are seventy-one different species of birds and twenty-one of them are considered rare. The lagoons vary in size, forms, and colors which enhance the region’s beauty. Your eyes may capture powder blue, emerald, and turquoise. 

 

Comitan

In 1528, the Spaniards founded Comitan over an ancient Mayan settlement that is still inhabited to this day. This is the oldest city in Chiapas and it is considered a Pueblo Magico. The celebrations to honor St. Caralampio, the city’s patron saint, have become very famous throughout Mexico.

 

San Cristobal de las Casas
Once the capital city of Chiapas, it still remains the cultural capital of the state. San Cristobal de las Casas is located in Jovel Valley. Its high-quality churches featuring baroque architecture has been recognized all around the world, especially the impressive retablos made of upholstered and gilded wood.

 

San Juan Chamula
Chamula is home to a church unlike any other, though you wouldn't know it from the outside. The picturesques, centuries-old Iglesia San Juan has whitewashed walls and a brightly painted entrance that looks out upon the town square. Inside, however, worshipers engage in unique rituals that involve Catholic saints, moonshine, outpourings of emotion, and animal sacrifice. 

 

Chiapa de Corzo
Its Renaissance style is very well known, but, above all, its 17th Century monumental fountain, "Fuente de la Corona", is astonishing because of its Moorish style. Chiapa de Corzo is also a Pueblo Mágico. The local handcrafted lacquered woodwork is just breathtaking.