Where to go at Tecolutla
The Tourist Guide of Tecolutla
On the coast of the State of Veracruz, among highly vegetated wetlands is this paradisiacal beach that invites you on a boat trip through the Tecolutla River so that you can enjoy its beautiful mangroves and estuaries; home to wildlife among which you can see crabs, snapper, as well as a large number of white and brown herons. If you go in the months of June and July you can be part of the release of turtles. Another attraction is its gastronomy, here there are many places to eat delicious and remember to try the "Guatape de Camarón" rich typical soup of the region made of shrimp and guajillo chile. If you are looking for a quiet environment, warm weather and hospitable people to spend a few days, this is undoubtedly an excellent option. Tecolutla is a very accessible destination for all budgets, do not wait any longer and book your Hotel for your next vacation.
Mangrove and Estuaries Area | Tecolutla
He is known as the Emerald Coast strip that runs 20 kilometers along the Gulf of Mexico. Its quiet beaches, Cabo Alto or Boca de Lima, are ideal for swimming or diving. You can also cross it on a horse. In the area there are some picturesque villages worth visiting as San Rafael or Nautla. Of course, the place has rich seafood restaurants and several lodging options.
Mangrove and Estuaries Area
A hidden paradise in Veracruz, between the Tecolutla river and the Gulf of Mexico, where you will enjoy a boat ride through this protected area to discover the endemic flora and fauna among the different mangroves (red, white and black). The tour lasts approximately one hour and a half. The place is managed by a local cooperative also offers hiking and biking.