Rio Lacanja Camp

The Lacandon Jungle is one of the most representative places of the biological wealth of Mexico. In this magical and exclusive place is the Río Lacanja Camp, a natural site inhabited and cared for by the Mayan descendants, who still preserve their cultural traditions, faithful guardians of the vestiges of the Mayan Culture.

The Rio Lacanjá Camp offers lodging services with cabins on the banks of the river, meals in its restaurant, a visitor center, swimming area, sale of handicrafts, and an interpretive trail. Here the visitor can enjoy through the jungle the spectacular archaeological site of Bonampak and very close, just 40 minutes away you can find the community of Frontera Corozal, a town where the boats that navigate the Usumacinta River depart from to visit the archaeological site of Yaxchilán.

How to get?

Starting from Palenque, you must first take federal highway number 199 and then drive on the Southern Border highway, you will travel 132 km until you reach the San Javier junction and from this point, you will travel 8 km until you reach the Lacanja Chansayab community.

Place:

Lacanja Chansayab, Municipality of Ocosingo

Schedule:

Always open

For your comfort

  • Lodging in cabins on the river bank
  • Hot water
  • Restaurant
  • Visitors Center
  • Swimming area
  • Sale of handicrafts
  • Interpretive Trail

What to do?

  • Hiking
  • Swimming
  • Guided walks to the Lacanjá jungle
  • Visit to the Moctunihá Waterfalls.
  • Visit to the ruins of Lacanjá.
  • Rafting descent (rafting).
  • Swimming area.

Contact for attention and reservations

Phone

967 631 7498

Doubts or suggestions:

Call us at 800 280 3500



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