Turismo En Tabasco Travel Guide

Tabasco Travel Guide

GET TO KNOW THE STATE OF TABASCO MEXICO

Tabasco is a Mexican state with a northern coastline fringing the Gulf of Mexico.

In its capital, Villahermosa, Parque Museo la Venta is known for its zoo and colossal stone sculptures dating to the Olmec civilization.

The grand Museo de Historia de Tabasco chronicles the area from prehistoric times, while the Museo Regional de Antropología has exhibits on native Mayan & Olmec civilizations.

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Northwest of Villahermosa, the Comalcalco archaeological site has Mayan temples and pyramids.

South of Villahermosa, the vaulted Grutas de Coconá feature stalagmites and stalactites, plus pre-Columbian artifacts found at the site.

The Pantanos de Centla biosphere reserve, northeast of Villahermosa, is dotted with mangroves and lakes that are flush with birdlife.

To its south, the Pomona archaeological site has Mayan buildings and a museum with ancient carvings and pottery.

Northwest of Villahermosa, the Parque Yumká is a vast jungle-covered area with a zoo, lagoon and orchid garden.


WHERE TO GO IN TABASCO

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Villahermosa is the capital city of Tabasco State, in southeast Mexico.

It’s home to Parque Museo La Venta, a lakeside open-air museum with artifacts from the Olmec civilization, including altars and stone heads.

Exhibits tracing the history of Tabasco fill the Casa de los Azulejos, an elegant, blue-tiled building. Tomás Garrido Canabal Park is known for its architectural elements inspired by pre-Hispanic monuments.


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WHAT TO DO IN TABASCO:

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BOTON SPORT SHOWS
BOTON FUN AND SHOPPING
BOTON AEXPLORING AND ADVENTURE

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Tabasco is water and energy. Its location makes it the gateway to the Mexican southeast and the Mayan World, epicenter of the oil industry and regional center of entertainment, services and communications.

It has 53% of water in the entire country. It occupies the first place in cocoa production and livestock; and second place in banana production.

Its low altitude and warm and humid climate make up an eternally green landscape, furrowed by rivers, and occupied by extensive lagoons, numerous swamp areas and beautiful beaches that offer visitors a paradise for sport fishing, bird watching and other activities.