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

      The rest of Chiapas - jungle and water features

      A travel blog entry by charlaisy on Mar 18, 2015

      5 photos

      ... The ruins were, however, amazing. Surrounded by jungle that you could hear buzzing around you all the time. Charlotte even said that if she hadn't been drenched in a few layers of sweat, they may have been her favourite ruins so far. And we've seen a lot!

      After cooling down with a shower, a beer and a good night's sleep, the next day we jumped on a collectivo to the nearby Misol-Ha waterfall. It was the tits! ...

      Palenque ruins

      A travel blog entry by swkemp on Jan 08, 2015

      16 photos

      ... ruins. No further restoration of the site has been planned at this stage. The individual limestone rocks you see were rendered with lime to give a painted stucco. It would have been spectacular to view the reds and blues of the buildings in their prime. Unfortunately the stucco ie plaster has been washed away with time. Similarly trees have grown through the middle of temples and houses destabilising them. Set in ...

      Palenque and Cascades

      A travel blog entry by kathypender on Nov 25, 2014

      142 photos

      ... 10th century and was abandoned to the ever-encroaching jungle. Excavations have uncovered ruins emblazoned with fine sculpture and splendid stuccowork. Upon entering the site we came across 3 impressive structures on the hill in front. The one on the far right called the Temple of the Dying Moon. We didn't climb up it, but could see an intricately carved skull on its front wall. The temple on its left is called Temple XIII and it contains the sarcophagus of the ...

      Magnificent Palenque

      A travel blog entry by michadventure on Sep 05, 2014

      11 photos

      ... storm hits. We have already started to pick up our pace to leave but the wind, the rain and the trees are all practically sideways by now.
      Most of the group is ahead of me as i've stopped to pull my plastic waterproof cover over my backpack to protect my camera. In a moment of pausing to try to see where the majority of the group has gone a massive branch snaps off a tree and plunges to the ground with an almighty crack just behind me. Faster I ...

      Buses and Blockades

      A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Jul 08, 2014

      ... of robbery or mugging, on the mean streets of Mexico – however, in reality, I made the schoolboy error of leaving it in an ATM. What a douche. I only realised as we were about to get on a bus for 9 hours to a jungle lodge with no internet. Luckily, our awesome guide Meaghan came to the rescue and let me use her phone to call Natwest and cancel it/order a new card. Who knows when I’ll receive said card, if ever, but I ...