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Tapijulapa, Tabasco

As with many Tabascan towns, Tapijulapa lies between majestic rivers: Tapijulapa's are the Oxolotan, with sulfurous waters, and the Amatan, crystalline blue a good part of the year. And that's not all: this charming town with just three thousand residents is surrounded by hills covered in ceiba, amate, matapalo, and chicozapote trees, making it one of the best-conserved high-jungle areas in the state. It was to get to know this 'Emerald of the Sierra' that we set out on our trip.

How to Get There

Tapijulapa, Tabasco

The town used for reference purposes is Teapa, located 56 kilometers south of Villahermosa using Federal Highway 195. From Teapa, take the State Highway that goes east towards Tacotalpa. 15 kilometers from Teapa you'll come to an intersection where you'll turn right. Tapijulapa is 20 kilometers from this intersection. Distance chart: To Villahermosa — 91 km; To Tuxtla Gutierrez — 278 km; To Coatzacoalcos — 257 km