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Kuznetsov_Sergey Says: I was unpleasantly surprised when I saw a lot of debris floating in the river.When I came back home I found out that the park borders Tuxtla Gutiérrez, the state’s largest city, which has caused problems with human encroachment and settlement on park land. More importantly,...
Chiapa De Corzo is a small, historic town sitting on the bank of the Grijalva River fifteen kilometers from Tuxtla Gutiérrez and close to the Sumidero Canyon. We had been told that the town has some interesting offerings beside the canyon for the interested traveler. The central park has shops selling traditional Mexican handicrafts and local pottery surrounding it and there are two historic old churches, one in ruins and one still in use.
When our tourist group was going shopping I visited a small church (don’t know its name).
You can watch my photo of El Sumidero on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 16° 44' 25.09" N 93° 1' 52.77" W or on my Google Earth Panoramio Chiapa De Corzo Church .
Written Jun 24, 2012
Kuznetsov_Sergey Says: There is plenty of wildlife in the Sumidero Canyon, such as this crocodile. According to a CONANP study in 2007, there are twelve species of reptile here under protection, including the river crocodile (Crocodylus acutus) and one threatened species, the Coleonyx elegans. The...