Tapijulapa is considered one of the most typical towns in Tabasco.
Nature is one of its attributes, the jungle, and the water merges to mark the region’s distinctiveness.
The town preserves a colonial legacy with its architecture where white houses abound contrasting with its cobbled streets.
“The place where the pitchers are broken” is located in the Sierra de Tabasco.
The Oxolotán and Amatán rivers show their splendor where the different shades of green create a fantastic landscape.
Its festival of Santiago Apóstol and the Ritual of the Blind Sardine are two examples of its cultural legacy that must be witnessed.