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Jungle adventure

Incredibly dense rain forest that has swallowed up a major Mayan city that was a rival to Yaxilan... read more

Reviewed 5 February 2017
haohuangpianist
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Claremont, California
not for the faint of heart

We accessed this site from Frontera Corozal, Mexico - by taking a 4 hour boat ride down the... read more

Reviewed 21 February 2015
Phil1ip
,
Minnesota
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4 Feb 2017
“Jungle adventure”
21 Feb 2015
“not for the faint of heart”
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Peten, Guatemala
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Reviewed 5 February 2017

Incredibly dense rain forest that has swallowed up a major Mayan city that was a rival to Yaxilan and others for the Uscaminta River trade route. Romantic, spectacular vistas, dark brooding ruins, well worth the 4 hour trip each way from the Mexican border. On...More

1  Thank haohuangpianist
Reviewed 21 February 2015

We accessed this site from Frontera Corozal, Mexico - by taking a 4 hour boat ride down the Usumacinta River (which is the border between Mexico & Guatemala). It should be noted that it's closer to a six hour ride back (against the current). This...More

8  Thank Phil1ip
Reviewed 17 November 2011

There's basically 2 ways to get to the site. One is by lancha from Frontera Corozal in Mexico and the other is by horse from the Guatemala side of the border. I've only went there once by lancha. The site is nice to visit but...More

9  Thank mayaruinsonly
Reviewed 19 September 2016
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Reviewed 9 January 2015
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