Hotel Nututun Palenque

Address: Carretera Palenque Ocosingo Km 3.5, Palenque, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 29960, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Carretera Palenque Ocosingo Km 3.5, 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

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    To get to Palenque we took 2, actually 3, combis. Actually 3 because some local campesinos had set up a road block to make money, so we all had to get off the bus and change and we thought we were going to get shot but it was actually fine.

    We were staying in a hippy paradise in the jungle named El Panchan. We chose a private cabin in Jungle Paradise because it had a strict no drumming policy. It also had 3 new ...

    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

    ... had a complex system of stone tubes which could pump water from stream level to 20m up.

    We are truly in awe of the spectacle of the complexity and intricacy of this site. It is so big, so grand, so well built and restored that we almost ignore the clouds. They are gathering. Getting darker and closer and all of a sudden we hear thunder and feel the first drops of rain. Then the wind picks up. Slowly gathering a few leaves and then gathering force ...

    Palenque - Indy's jungle adventure

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on May 28, 2014

    15 photos

    ... walk left and head to Templo de Sol (Sun Temple) and my fave (also Hinesh’s other fave) structure – Templo de la Cruz. It is a steeper hike to get up to the view point of this ruin but so worth the huffing and puffing and sweats (and yes you will sweat as you are in a jungle so its pretty humid). When you initially look up from the bottom the stairs look like just walls of rock in front of you. There are at least platforms here so you aren’t ...

    Last stop, Mexico!

    A travel blog entry by georgeandlol on Mar 29, 2014

    54 photos

    ... was used for and by whom. We both seemed to prefer it to Tikal. We were given 4 hours to explore the grounds which weren't too busy. We finished off in a really good museum and jumped back on the bus for the first waterfall.

    The first waterfall was really high and a few of the group had a quick swim in the enormous pool below. We were able to walk around and explore a cave right underneath the falls. We were only given an ...