Paso del Coyote
The Suchiate River is one of the hundreds of crossing points along the border that separates Mexico from Guatemala. There are a few official border crossings on that stretch; one of them, in Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas, consists of a bridge with immigration officers at each end who process the people who pass through. Right next to the bridge on the Mexican side, a large arch, marked Paso de Coyote (Smuggler’s Passage) welcomes migrants in Guatemala to a landing on the river where they can cross without papers. For one dollar, a person can take a raft over to the other side. The crossing takes about ten to fifteen minutes, depending on the force of the flowing water. No questions asked.
You did not add any pictures to the gallery.