La Aldea de Halach-Huinic

Address: Carretera a las Ruinas Km 2.8 , Palenque, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 29960, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Carretera a las Ruinas Km 2.8 , Palenque, is near Miguel Alvarez del Toro Zoo (ZOOMAT) and Calzada de los Hombres Illustres.
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TripAdvisor Reviews La Aldea de Halach-Huinic Palenque

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Palenque

Magnificent Palenque

A travel blog entry by michadventure on Sep 05, 2014

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... at the small restaurant at Tonina and enjoy some cold beers :)

Driving from Tonina towards the Misol Ha waterfall we pass through beautiful scenery- high up into the mountains it begins to rain, hard. We have been watching the clouds all day - they have been gathering together becoming darker and heavier as we explored Tonina so it's not surprising. Many of us fall asleep to the sound of the rain and when we wake it's to glorious sunshine. We ...

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 ...

Hot water I don't think so

A travel blog entry by kossickr on Feb 24, 2013

13 photos

What a ride from puerto Escondido to San Cristobal! It is about 400 miles so that alone is a long day. I followed the coast for the first 100 miles and there was not much I see other than really pretty ocean, but no big towns or establishments. The road then took me back over the mountains that I had crossed a couple dates earlier. I never really get tired of riding up over the mountains, every time I seem to be surprised buy something new. You ride up ...

Waterfalls and Ruins

A travel blog entry by tash_and_simon on Jan 10, 2013

5 comments, 10 photos

... of sign language and the very limited number of words we actually do knew. The ruins in Palenque are amazing! Surrounded by the Palenque Nation Park there were plenty of beautiful sights to see interesting things to look at. To get a tour guide to take us around the park was RIDICULOUSLY priced (960 peso or US$100) so every now and then we would tag ...

A littler further away, a little closer to home.

A travel blog entry by katywade on Jan 08, 2013


... both found very agreeable and were happy to run into again. He spend the day with us as we swam and explored the lagoons. The 15 passenger vans that serve most of this part of Mexico are called collectivos and as ours threaded its way though the mountains I fought the urge to go to sleep, as I wanted to be able to see every beautiful minute. There had been rain the past four days, and the Lacadon Jungle was a lusty, emerald green. Three Mexican men boarded the collectivo and I struck ...