Revolutionary signs and murals that make it clear that the spirit of the Zapatista movement, which peaked in the 1990s, is still alive in indigenous villages throughout Chiapas, Mexico.
Sacred Lacandon ceremonies in Chiapas, Mexico as the founders of Na Bolom are honored and re-buried in the remote jungle village of Naha.
Some of the last of the Lacandon people invite us into their villages in Chiapas, Mexico where their jungle and their culture are slowly disappearing.
The Toniná archaeological site in Mexico is home to what experts believe are some of the most recent Long Count Mayan calendar inscriptions and much more.
Mingling with living Mayan culture at the daily local market in Ocosingo, Mexico.
This area of Chiapas, Mexico gets some of the heaviest rainfall in the whole country, up to 120 inches (300 cm) in some parts of the state. Result? Lots and lots of waterfalls including Agua Azul, Wejlib-Já, and Misol Ha. Cascada Wejlib-Já in Chiapas, Mexico. Wonderful Wejlib-Já waterfall Not far from the Palenque archaeological site we turned down a dirt road in search of one of the area's top waterfalls. What we found [...]
The Palenque archaeological site in Chiapas, Mexico offers a look inside one of the most powerful Mayan cities where treasures are still being uncovered.
See the stele, murals, temples, and living Lacandon culture of Bonampak and Yaxchilán Mayan archaeological sites in Chiapas, Mexico.