The lanchas in Frontera Corozal are a short walk from the cabanas where we will be staying. The river is the only way you can reach this archaeological site. Bonampak is just 18 km from Frontera Corozal and we will of course take you there in our transport. These sites are both deep in the rainforest, and feature such birds as the keel-billed toucan and collared aracari, chestnut woodpecker, lovely cotinga, green honeycreeper, dot-winged antwren, black-throated shrike-tanager, yellow-tailed oriole, white hawk, and others.
The Tsol K’in Nueva Alianza in Frontera Corozal is the base from which to explore both Yaxchilán and Bonampak, as well as other sites in the area. These cabins, as well as the attached restaurant, are run by the Ch’ol Maya. They are situated among the trees 150 meters from the Usumacinta River. The cabins are well built, cooled by overhead fans, kept very clean, and have hot and cold running water in private bathrooms. There is an internet room as well.