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Yaxchilán: Lacandon Adventure

In the depths of the Lacandon Jungle, on the banks of the Usumacinta River, and surrounded by abundant vegetation, is the Archaeological Zone of Yaxchilan, an ancient Mayan city formed approximately 2,000 years ago, and whose meaning is "green stones".

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The Beaches of Catazajá

The Catazajá Beaches or Lagoons are located in the municipality of Catazajá, in the Gulf Coastal Plain, a few kilometers from the city of Palenque, being one of the most traditional fishing sites in the state of Chiapas.

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Chiapa de Corzo

The Dance of the Parachicos

Every year, from January 8 to 23 and as part of the Fiesta Grande, the colorful and traditional Danza de los Parachicos takes place in Chiapa de Corzo in honor of the Señor de Los Milagros (or Señor de Esquipulas), and in honor of the Catholic saints San Antonio Abad and San Sebastián Mártir.

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Chiapanecan handicrafts:

El arte de las manos indígenas

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Chiapas? Beauty. Nature. Beautiful landscapes with lush vegetation, impressive waterfalls, archaeology and of course, its precious handicrafts that reflect the great cultural diversity of the indigenous peoples that make up this picturesque state.

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Toniná: The Great Stone House

What does Toniná mean?

Toniná, a name of Mayan origin, specifically from the Tzeltal language, which in Spanish means "The House of Stone". The Tzeltal language is spoken in the 17 municipalities that make up the region known as Los Altos de Chiapas, an indigenous population composed of two main ethnic groups, the Tzotzil and the Tzeltal, and whose economy is based on agriculture and livestock, in addition to tourism.


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