Secrets Of Mexico
Amazing Mexico: 15 Mexican Natural Wonders You’ve Never Heard Of.
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Tacaná Volcano in Chiapas – This immense volcano reaches 4,092 metres above sea level and right sits at the border with Guatemala. The top of it divides Mexico from its neighbouring country, which makes ascending to its peak something really special. During the climb you can glimpse different types of ecosystems, and depending on the height you reach, you’ll find high jungles, pine forests, cloud forests and Zacatonal grasslands. The ascent from the Mexican side is generally done across two days: the first day, you ascend to a camp where you’ll spend the night, and the next day you start a seven-hour walk. It is somewhat difficult, especially the last section, which requires a lot of physical effort. Leave well before dawn if you want to catch the sunrise at the top.