Yaxchilán is a great Mayan city that sits on the bank of the Usumacinta River on the Mexican side of the border.
Petexbatun is the winter refuge for many North American birds, so a small boat ride to the lagoon and nearby rivers will enable you to see Canadian ducks, herons, storks
Visits to important Mayan sites is one of our major attractions. Depending on the length of your stay, you can visit them by boat, walking and on horseback.
This Mayan city is currently under investigation by Vanderbilt University, but it has not been reconstructed yet.
A large site, the most widely reconstructed and visited of the sites in the region, is a perfect trip on your way in or out to our Lodge.
You may want to walk our carefully maintained trails, having the opportunity to see the most beautiful birds: toucans, parrots, eagles and vultures, among many other rarely seen species.
Right there from our floating dock, you can get your catch of the day or make a splash and enjoy the fresh waters!
You may rent a small canoe and paddle to do your own exploring.
A trip to Dos Pilas, an important Mayan City that extended its rule on Tikal at a certain time, is a one in a lifetime experience.