Outstanding Natural Beauty in Maya’s land

Sumidero Canyon
Montebello Lakes -  a collection of 52 crystal clear lakes surrounded by pine forest. Here, you can dive into the refreshing blue waters, and even cross in a cayuco (a small, rustic wooden raft) to see beautiful orchids.
 
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Sumidero Canyon
Sumidero Canyon  is a narrow and deep canyon surrounded by a national park located just north of the city of Chiapa de Corzo in the Mexican state of Chiapas. The canyon’s creation began around the same time as the Grand Canyon in the U.S. state of Arizona, by a crack in the area’s crust and erosion by the Grijalva River, which still runs through it.



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Sumidero Canyon



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El Chiflon waterfalls

El Chiflon waterfalls -  There are five waterfalls that make up this group: Suspiro, Ala de Ángel, Velo de Novia, Arcoiris and Quinceañera.


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El Chiflon waterfalls



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Agua Azul
Just 30 kilometers south-west of Palenque, Misol Ha is the meeting point for the waters of the river Tzaconeja: from a crashing 30 meters, its falls come plummeting down in what is one of the most impressive images of Chiapas. The waterfall is impressive and it's worth it to go behind it.


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Agua Azul

Photo: Tatjana Kapa, Mexico, OC
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