Lagunas de Montebello Travel Guide

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Lagunas de Montebello Things to Do

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    by darthmilmo Written Mar 4, 2003

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    A perfect end for a perfect day. Sit back and relax while admiring the sunset. It was out of this world. One of the best sunsets I’ve seen in a while. Its gets quite after sunset, when all the day tourists exit the park.

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    by darthmilmo Written Mar 4, 2003

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    I hiked for 30 minutes to see "la Gruta". It's worth the effort. The Grutas lie about 50 meters ahead of the natural bridge tunnel. I found 3 entrances and an extra one from an opening in the roof, which allowed light to creep in inside the cave.

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    by darthmilmo Written Mar 4, 2003

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    En route to "la Gruta," one can see a natural bridge in the river. There is an interesting formation inside that resembles a person.

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Lagunas de Montebello Restaurants

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    by darthmilmo Updated Mar 4, 2003

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    There is a restaurant and a taco stall near the Laguna Bosque Azul. Both establishments are closed early in the afternoon so get there early. I liked the tacos sold by a lady just outside Laguna Bosque Azul.

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Lagunas de Montebello Transportation

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    by darthmilmo Written Mar 4, 2003

    There are several buses leaving from San Cristobal de las Casas and going to Comitan, the access point to Lagunas Montebello. From Comitan, you can take a collectivo to the Lagunas Montebello.

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Lagunas de Montebello What to Pack

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    by Enzyme_X Written Jun 17, 2005

    Miscellaneous: Lagunas spred on a quite big area. It is hard to visit them without any means of transportation. Car is not the best option. You wouldn't be able to nejoy beautiful nature. My advice would be to bring along a bike. Not only you wont have problems to visit all lakes, you will be able to drive on some paths through pine-woods that connect lakes and be even more in contact with nature.

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