The Yaxchilán ruins are located on the border of Mexico and Guatemala, deep in the Lacandon jungle. It is the most remote Maya complex of the country, due to its difficult accessibility. The site can only be reached by boat. A beautiful 45-minute trip along the Usumacinta River will take you from the town of Corozal, to the starting point of your walk around the Yaxchilan Mexico ruins. A visit is a special experience. In this article I’m telling you everything you need to know about this beautiful archaeological site.
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Most travelers visit the fascinating ancient city of the Maya’s, Tikal, during their trip through Guatemala. But Guatemala has more archaeological sites, which are less frequently visited. Such as Quiriguá! In this article I’m guiding you through the beautiful Maya stèles of Quiriguá in Guatemala!