One of the most breathtaking landscapes in Mexico.
The Cañón del Sumidero is a geological fault more than 30 million years old, with walls formed of limestone reaching altitudes of up to 1,200 meters and runoff that adorn and feed the Grijalva River, one of the largest in the country.
It is considered one of the most impressive landscapes in Mexico. It is one of the 13 natural wonders of the country.
Most of the park’s vegetation is medium deciduous forest, home and shelter to a great variety of wildlife species such as the spider monkey and the river crocodile; birds such as the Amazonian motmot or Péndulo; and of 6 endangered species and 34 endemic species.
The park has five Scenic Overlooks accessible by land; also accessible by river transportation. Discover the Christmas Tree Waterfall, The Grand Waterfall, the Cave of Men, the Cave of Silence, the Cave of Colón, the Cave of Colors and Del Suspiro Cave. Boat tours leave from different dock points.
CONANP wristband cost
- 32.00 MXN. With the same wristband, you can access both the scenic overlooks and the boat tours. River or land transportation is not included.
HIRE: Adventure Tours Cañón del Sumidero