In addition to your personal belongings we recommend you bring the following items:
A personal towel.
Cap or hat, as well as sun block.
Comfortable walking shoes.
Clothing to go out at night
Sweater or jacket.
Cash & Credit Cards
In Tuxtla Gutiérrez and Tapachula: Banorte, Bancomer, HSBC, Banamex. In San Cristóbal: Bancomer, HSBC, Banamex, Serfín, Inverlat. And in Palenque:: Bancomer, Banamex
The vast majority of established commerce and service lenders (hotels, restaurants, drugstores, etc.) accept any kind of credit card issued in Mexico or international VISA and MASTERCARD credit cards. Informal stores and marketplaces will only accept cash.
Meals in Chiapas are not expensive so $350 to $500 pesos per day should be enough for breakfast, lunch and dinner depending on where you choose to eat.
Weather will vary depending on the particular place. In Tuxtla Gutiérrez the weather is warm and humid, with temperatures ranging from 25° to 32° Celsius throughout the year. Cotton clothing will be warm enough.
San Cristóbal de las Casas has a cool climate and the temperatures range from 10° to 20° Celsius (between 0° and 10° in winter). You will need a sweater or a jacket. The rainy season is from July to October so it is a good idea to bring a waterproof jacket or coat.
Palenque, Agua Azul, Misol-Ha, Yaxchilan and the Lacandona jungle are tropical climates, very warm and humid and temperatures range between 25° and 35° Celsius all year round. We recommend that you bring very comfortable cotton clothing. Bermudas or shorts are only recommended if you use mosquito repellent otherwise cotton pants are fine.
Camera & Mobile
Bring a photographic or video camera (in some places you will have to pay an additional cost in order to use your video camera, but it shouldn’t be expensive). In San Juan Chamula and Zinacantán it is prohibited to use video cameras due to local rules.
There are mobile telephone services in: Tuxtla Gutiérrez, San Cristóbal, Palenque and Tapachula. There is no service on highways, archeological sites or the Lacandona jungle.
There are several internet café’s to check your Email.
In case you miss any information or just want to give us feedback, please feel free to contact us.
Tailored to your needs
Our prices depend on the number of travellers, tour selection, hotel selection and room distribution, number of nights of stay, hiring additional guides and if it is High or Low season.
Need a quote?
Fill in the Reservations Form and we will send you an quotation just for you. We can do all kinds of adjustments and modifications according to your particular needs, so do not hesitate to describe all the details with us.
Reservations are made once we receive a deposit of 50% of the total cost of the tour, the rest must be paid with at least 5 days in advance of date of departure. Prices subject to change without notice. TAXES INCLUDED.
We have made a careful selection of accommodation options in each of our destinations, to be able to recommend to our clients. We have chosen depending on the location, quality service, good food and pleasant atmosphere.
Our packages can be without meals, they can include only the breakfasts: American or Buffet, or they can include all the meals; breakfasts, lunches and dinners, depending only on what the client decides to add each time.
Luxury van for 12 passengers with air conditioning and music, from the reception at the airport of arrival, during all the days of excursion and until the final transfer to the airport of departure. All passengers have traveler's insurance.
He/she will provide explanations about each site and will be in charge of the group all the time +local guides in the archaeological zones. A certified guide can be additionally hired in a particular language per group, if necessary (please request more information if you need it).
Motorboat in the Sumidero Canyon, Zinacantán and San Juan Chamula churches, Chiflón Waterfalls, Montebello Lakes Park, Toniná archaeological site, Agua Azul and Misol Ha Waterfalls, Bonampak archaeological site, motorboat along the Usumacinta river, Yaxchilan and Palenque archaeological site.