Chiapas and Tabasco
Chiapas and Tabasco are wonderful states in which to do business, travel, or live. Both states offer interesting culture and natural beauty. They also provide great opportunities for trade whether you are buying or selling. Chiapas and Tabasco are states in southern Mexico that enjoy tropical climates, dramatic scenery, and rich history and culture. There is much to see and do in both states.
Many U.S. citizens have discovered the wonders of these two states and have chosen to live or invest here.
Major attractions in Chiapas include the ancient Maya ruins of Palenque, Bonampak, and Yaxchilan, the waterfalls of Agua Azul, Sumidero Canyon, the lakes of Montebello, and the colonial city San Cristobal de Las Casas. Chiapas is the southernmost state of Mexico, located in the southeast of the country and it is internationally known for its excellent quality coffee and cacao. The state capital is Tuxtla Gutiérrez.
Tabasco is located on the Isthmus of Tehuantepec between the Gulf of Mexico on the north and the state of Chiapas to the south. It also shares a border with northern Guatemala. Tourist attractions include the Olmec ruins of La Venta in western Tabasco, and the Mayan ruins of Comalcalco. Also, on display at the La Venta Museum in the state capital of Villahermosa are three colossal stone heads from the La Venta archeological site. Tabasco is also rich in agricultural products and has benefited greatly from its oil deposits.
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