Polaroid of the Week: Sumidero Canyon, Mexico


Last Updated on February 22, 2021

Sumidero Canyon is located directly between San Cristobal de las Casas and Tuxtla Gutierrez in the state of Chiapas. The Canyon was formed by the river Grijalva and is 35 kilometers long. Sumidero can be accessed in two ways: by taking a boat tour through the bottom or visiting one of the five viewpoints that overlook the canyon by car. We recommend the boat ride through the canyon which offers stunning views of the rock faces which are up to 1000 meters high.

In addition to the amazing canyon, you can see several waterfalls, caves and the wildlife is spectacular is well: Around 400 crocodiles live on the river banks and there are great numbers of pelicans and other birds.

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  1. Didn’t make it to Chiapas. In case you couldn’t tell, I am brainstorming more trips to Mexico, and this place is definitely on the agena 😉

    1. Feel free to get in touch while planning, we’d be happy to recommend some places that we really enjoyed! Glad to hear you’re planning another trip to Mexico. We love it here!

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