A popular song says that Tabasco is an Eden and proof of this are its natural landscapes between rivers, mountains, lagoons, waterfalls and roads that tell ancestral stories.
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This exuberant state is located in the southeastern region of the country and borders the states of Campeche, Chiapas and Veracruz.
Its capital city is Villahermosa, always vibrant, where traditions and nature are mixed with the modern atmosphere of the city. One of your first stops during your visit should be the extraordinary Museo de la Venta where you will learn about the Olmec culture and observe the famous colossal heads, samples of the greatness of this ancient civilization.
You can also visit the Museo de Historia Natural (Museum of Natural History) and the Museo Regional de Antropología (Regional Museum of Anthropology).
Walk through its streets and admire its historic buildings. The variety of museums and activities to do in Villahermosa is very wide, so plan your stay well enough not to miss out on anything.
Get ready for adventure in Centla, the largest wetland in North America. Visit the Grutas de Coconá (Coconá Grottoes), the Centro Ecoturístico las Garzas (Las Garzas Ecotourist Center) and the Jardín Botánico San Ramón (San Ramón Botanical Garden).
Be marveled at the incredible scenery that surrounds the Cascadas de Agua Blanca (Agua Blanca Waterfalls), where you can go hiking, swimming, and camping.
In Tabasco you can also sunbathe and enjoy the sea breeze on some of its beaches such as Paraíso, Sánchez Magallanes and Puerto Ceiba.
The state is a major cocoa producer, so we recommend doing the cocoa route to learn all about this delicacy. The tour visits the municipalities of Comalcalco, Paraíso and Cunduacán.
Lovers of nature and history will find in Tabasco a paradise to discover. Get ready for your next trip.