Address: Palenque, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Palenque, is near Cascadas de Agua Azul and National Park of Palenque.
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Travel Blogs from Palenque

Nov 25, 2014

A travel blog entry by kathypender on Nov 25, 2014

... site. The temples are superb relics of Mayan culture and there are many ruins here still un-excavated and hidden in the surrounding forest. After visiting the ruins you have the option of visiting the waterfall of Misol-Ha and the natural pools of Agua Azul. Although not far apart, Misol-ha and Agua Azul waterfalls could hardly be more different. Misol-ha is 35 metres high and falls in a long drop to a pool below. Here it is possible ...


A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 12, 2014

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... customs?!

Some pyramids and other ruins are being protected through careful work, and some areas are off limits, though it is possible to go up all the pyramids, which is very special, and made for some tremendous views.

I had my lunch along the way (I had bought it yesterday in town and kept it in a cool dry place overnight), and took my rubbish with me. There are no bins there and only one toilet, though I managed on both counts. I saw some ...

Palenque - Indy's jungle adventure

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on May 28, 2014

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... Palace). Its pretty cool to see that the backdrop of these ruins is the jungle. We head over to El Palacio and get our climb on. The steps are a mix of easy and steep but being the experts on ruin climbing that we are now, we get to the top quickly. We walk around the various “rooms” of El Palacio and snap snap snap away on our Nikons. El Palacio was one of Hinesh’s favourites as he was able to explore the corridors of the palace.

We take ...

Success seeing the ruins, but NO MOLE for Squeak

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Mar 10, 2014

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... I think was choko and it was yum surprisingly ) and rice. As this place is well respected as they use clean practices we were happy to get into the veges as they are sparse here with meals.The vibe was reggae then pan pipes style music which suited the jungley atmosphere.We had an early night as we planned to get up early to wa the 3 kms up to the ruins when it opened. Sunday started well and we were on the road with fruit only for brekky by 730am. It ...

Ruins and waterfalls

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Dec 03, 2013

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... civilisation collapse around 900 AD, with the cities long deserted by the time the Spanish conquistadors arrived. Theories abound of famines, civil unrest or warfare, but no-one really knows. Mayan decendents still live in these areas though and all the handicrafts vendors are Mayan, carrying on some of the old traditions, including carrying things by forehead. Our guide also told us of Reina Roja (Red Queen) who is said to have been one of the few (and ...

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