Destinos Turísticos del Tren Maya en Tabasco | Tourist Destinations of the Mayan Train in Tabasco

Tourist Destinations of the Mayan Train in Tabasco

Beautiful lagoons, archaeological zones, waterfalls and many more options among the multiple Tourist Destinations of the Mayan Train in Tabasco.

The Mayan Train, scheduled to open on December 15, 2023, will bring with it a unique opportunity to explore the cultural and natural treasures of Tabasco.

This project will travel through three Tabasco municipalities on its route from Campeche to Cancun, with stops in Tenosique, Balancán and Emiliano Zapata, each offering a rich tourist experience.

Tourist Destinations of the Mayan Train in Tabasco

In this travel guide we will give you only some of the most beautiful tourist places that you can visit in the stops of Tabasco, but there is much more to do and explore in this State and along the entire Mayan Train route.

Balancán

In Balancán, visitors can immerse themselves in Olmec and Mayan history through its archaeological zones such as Moral – Reforma, El Arenal, Santa Elena, Tierra Blanca, Multé and Tiradero.

The Church of the Lord of Tila, famous for its colorful façade, is a must-see.

The “José Gómez Panaco” archaeological museum, a 19th-century gem, houses a fascinating collection of Mayan artifacts.

Nature lovers will find an idyllic place in the Reforma Waterfalls, as well as in the El Popalillo, Leona Vicario and Misicab lagoons, and the “Ribera de Acalán” viewpoint.

For the adventurous, the Cascadas Moral – Reforma Ecological Reserve is perfect for hiking, kayaking and boating.

Emiliano Zapata

In Emiliano Zapata, the local museum offers a window to the past with its collection of artifacts from the Mexican Revolution and the Olmec and Mayan cultures.

The Parquelogico is ideal for lovers of extreme sports, offering rappelling and canopy.

Nueva Esperanza Lagoon and Chas-Choc Lagoon are perfect for fishing for bass and exploring the local fauna and flora.

If you plan to visit the tourist areas of Emiliano Zapata, we suggest you look for your accommodation here.

Tenosique

Tenosique is known for its unique carnival, considered the strangest in the world.

Boat trips through the Usumacinta Canyon, with a stop at the Tiger Cave, are a unique experience.

The Santa Margarita Spring is a secret place of unmatched natural beauty. For fans of extreme sports, bungee jumping on the Usumacinta Bridge is an electrifying experience.

The Tenosique Carnival, with its famous “Danza del Pochó”, is an unmissable cultural spectacle.

The El Pomoná archaeological zone offers a look into ancient history.

Find the best deals on Hotels in Tenosique here.

The Mayan Train not only connects five Mexican states, but also offers access to 20 stations and 14 stops along its route, making it a central hub for tourism and culture in southeastern Mexico.

This tourism project is an unparalleled opportunity to explore the cultural and natural wealth of the region, immersing travelers in history, nature and adventure.

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Tourist Destinations of the Mayan Train in Tabasco
Tourist Destinations of the Mayan Train in Tabasco | Usumacinta Canyon. Photo: André Valencia (Google)

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