Nestled in the heart of Mexico, the vibrant state of Chiapas is a treasure trove of rich flavors, ancient traditions, and a cornucopia of mouthwatering dishes waiting to be discovered.
Welcome to San Juan Chamula, a captivating village nestled in the heart of the mystical state of Chiapas.
Indigenous richness, unparalleled gastronomy, archaeological sites, and various beautiful beaches make Chiapas a world of its own.
Palenque Chiapas has become an important tourist destination in Mexico, primarily known for its archeology and history, beautiful and delicious water attractions, and succulent cuisine.
Tuxtla Gutierrez is a city of unparalleled natural and cultural beauty, besides being the capital of the state of Chiapas in Mexico…
Las Nubes Waterfall is just another reason to fall in love with Chiapas, a place that will never cease to amaze you with its natural wonders.
Tascalate is a pre-Hispanic drink commonly consumed in Chiapas, Mexico; however, it can also be found in Tabasco.
Pozol, from the Nahuatl pozolli, which the Maya-Chontal people of Tabasco called “pochotl,” is a thick, cocoa and corn-based drink of Mesoamerican origin that is still consumed today.
The variety of tourist attractions in Chiapa de Corzo, like the famous “sumidero canyon,” are some of the widest among all the Mexican Magical Towns.
San Cristobal de las Casas is located in a fertile valley surrounded by mountains in Chiapas, southern Mexico, just 68 km from Tuxtla Gutierrez and about 220 km from Palenque…