Landed at tuxtla airport and went straight to the embarcadero. The tour is 200 pesos and it takes 2hours. Sunscreen, a hat and some mosquito repelent is a must. Tours are Spanish only. Awesome scenery.
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This is a fascinating site created by a dam that impounded water from two major rivers (for electricity generation). We rented a private boat for our party of 8, highly recommend versus being herded on to a much larger boat with 30+ passengers. Great geological...More
Such an amazing experience coming here!!!! I wanted to take the tour over and over again. I recommend sitting all teh way in the front for the best view :) - The boat drivers were nice in general, but not very informative in my opinion.
This was a really great excursion, probably the best I have ever experienced in my life so far! Saw numerous cliffs which our tour guide informed us that in the colonial days, runaway Mayan slaves would prefer to jump to their deaths than be recaptured....More
The canyon is amazing, a must for anyone travelling to Chiapas. the only problem is that it seems like its hard to get tours in english. If this is really important to you try hard to get one, although we didnt succed on getting one...More
Arranged trip through an agent in San Cristobel. Met in square at 9am and got minibus, was about an hour to river, were on a boat by 10.15am and didn’t get off til 12.45. Had not been aware of this before we went, but we...More
I really wish I could give this a five star rating but I feel that there are two reasons why we felt let down. The first was the confusion over tickets, we visited the previous day around 4pm and were told there were no tickets...More
We took a tour to cañon el sumidero and it was very nice, the boat we were in was very simple but perfect to see everything. We went on june and they told us it was a very good time to go since everything was...More
Absolutely beautiful. Loved it. We had a car so we drove to the dock. Be sure to take sunscreen and a hat. Try to get in line and get to the front of the boat as everyone stands in front of you to take fotos....More