Cabanas Safari

Address: Carretera Palenque-Zona Arqueologica Km. 1, Palenque, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Carretera Palenque-Zona Arqueologica Km. 1, Palenque, is near Cascadas de Agua Azul and National Park of Palenque.
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    Travel Blogs from Palenque

    Spanish dubbed Liam Neeson

    A travel blog entry by bex-edd on May 17, 2015

    5 photos

    ... with a fan. We'd been particularly impressed with Mexico's bus systems (and we're pretty much world experts now) they are big, clean, modern and efficient, with stations to match where they even check your bags in and load them onto the bus for you. All you need is a basic grasp of Spanish / pointing. They do however play movies constantly from about 8am - 10pm, all Hollywood flms dubbed into Spanish, and they are almost always Liam Neeson movies ...

    The Longest Day

    A travel blog entry by themcgee on Feb 15, 2015

    10 photos

    ... are speed bumps, even on the big main roads tney have them. Then again, I wondered was this some sort of anti-terrorism threat to prevent cars gaining much speed as there are a few local difficulties in this region. There is a very visible military presence.

    Twice we were stopped by the army.

    The first time was to have our bags manually searched, the second we had to put them all through a mobile x-ray unit on the back of a truck. ...

    Palenque ruins

    A travel blog entry by swkemp on Jan 08, 2015

    16 photos

    ... about 45cm but the treads were only about 20cm. It meant that you clambered up them and then came down sideways like a crab. The stairs were also wet and at times slippery. This area was established 60 to 900AD with the halcyon period from early from 800- 900 AD during the reign of the Pukal kings. The Pyramid or temple and the Kings palace are the significant buildings however during a rainforest walk we stumbled upon many ...

    Ruta Maya

    A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 29, 2014

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... bats.

    We saw the ball courts where the Mayans played a sport that sounds a bit similar to soccer, except that the winners would have the dubious honour of being sacrificed to the gods. Um, I don't think I would have tried all that hard to win, personally. We saw the housing ruins, the main plazas, and hiked up to the top of the temples. Mayans sure liked their stairs; the day was overcast and not overly hot, but it was the jungle and very humid ...

    Magnificent Palenque

    A travel blog entry by michadventure on Sep 05, 2014

    11 photos

    ... to Palenque. Along the way we are visiting the seldom visited and impressive highland Mayan ruins of Toniná. The road between San Cristobal and Tonina is very very windy and has about 300 speed bumps! Early on they are spaced very closely together and it's a very jostling and somewhat uncomfortable ride. We stop after about an hour or so for a toilet stop and snacks and to recover from the bumps!

    There are 120 municipalities in Chiapas and ...