Tourist Information Catalog of Tabasco
Spend 2 hours learning about Mayan culture and and this fascinating civilization. Next is the Misol-Ha Waterfall 1 hour of visiting , which isfoot-high meter and goes down a jagged cliff. Enjoy a swim here during your visit. You can buy some snacks while here and then board the vehicle to head back to your hotel.
This is one of the most important ancient cities in Tabasco, and the only Mayan city built with bricks of baked clay instead of stone.
This amazing archaeological site is made up of three complexes: the North Square, the Great Acropolis and the Acropolis of the East. Its impressive Site Museum houses around pieces portraying the development of this ancient city. It is, thankfully, easily reached via Villahermosa, at just 50 kilometers from the city.
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Approximately 2 hours. Here you will see and participate in the harvest, cleaning and drying of the cacao seeds; you will learn how the plants of Creole cacao are grafted and will take a workshop where you will learn the recipe for making traditional chocolate and other chocolate-based dishes.
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In the Hacienda there is a store where you will be able to choose from a wide selection of products all made from Creole Cacao and fruits grown in the Hacienda. After your visit, relax on the trip back to your hotel. Your first stop is the Palenque archaeological site, once an important Mayan capital city. Spend two hours on a guided tour, learning about Mayan culture and what life was like during the peak of this fascinating civilization.
Arrive at the Finca los Alvarez farm and see the workshop where cheeses like Provolone, Manchego, and Tio Rodo are made. Return to your hotel around 7pm to conclude the tour. Depart from your hotel in Villahermosa Tabasco, and begin the scenic journey to Cocona Caves in Teapa. You will discover and admire amazing stalactites and stalagmites as well as a gorgeous indoor lake and cascades.
Also you will find several galleries and magnificent limestone formations. We will have time to admire the biodiversity of this natural paradise inside of the tropical Jungle. I spot bottles of Tabasco olive oil and Tabasco crisps, chocolate and spam. Apparently the sauce goes especially well with the processed meat product.
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I head back outside into the hot Louisiana sun and wander past greenhouses filled with pepper-laden plants. In the huge bottling plant, a helter skelter-like maze of rails and conveyor belts whisks bottles around the room. Digital cameras scan every single bottle, and every batch is inspected by a descendent of Edmund McIlhenny. I can buy my very own bright red pepper stick, or pick up Tabasco sauce varieties I never knew existed, including extra hot, chipotle and raspberry versions. There are bottles of Tabasco mayonnaise, mustard, vinegar and jam. Next to a display of Tabasco bottle-shaped wine stoppers is a Christmas tree bedecked with Tabasco sauce baubles.
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Also you will find several galleries and magnificent limestone formations. We will have time to admire the biodiversity of this natural paradise inside of the tropical Jungle. The area is covered by a dense layer of vegetation that in the high mountain region. After the visit, the second stop will be Tapijulapa Magical Town Since A walk through the cobbled streets of Tapijulapa is a genuine delight, as its alleyways lead to the main square, with its bandstand and hanging gardens.
The importance of this town is its urban design combining the freedom with the exuberant natural surrounding. Its most emblematic building its the Santiago Apostol Church building in the 17th century. You will also be able to admire the work of skilled local craftsmen as they make and weave wooden furniture. Finally you will visit the Oxolotan Ex Convent. The trip ends at Oxolotan, 17 kilometers from Tapijulapa.
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Right on the banks of the Oxolotan River, you will stop by the downtown area to admire the Santo Domingo de Guzman Church and former convent. Built around , the former convent is now a colonial-era art museum, although small it has a number of notable pieces. You will have time to take our lunch for then return to your minivan to relax during the journey back to your hotel in Villahermosa. Villahermosa is capital of the State of Tabasco, known as "La Esmeralda del Sureste", offers many attractions to visitors on a lush natural beauty, represented in the vegetation of the parks, rivers and beautiful lagoons.
Departure from the hotel or airport. You will start the tour with a visit to La Venta Park Museum, symbol of Olmeca Culture and tourist atraction of the city. Due to the construction of an oil refinery and an airport, big parts of this historical site were destroyed. The very impressing pieces found there have been moved to La Venta Park Museum. The park museum is surrounded by a zoo, with local animals, such as spider monkey and Jaguars. Return to Villahermosa and enjoy this beautiful city in a city tour by car.