Tapijulapa, Villa Luz and Casa Tomas Garrido Canabal
Today after breakfast, you will meet with your guide for an insiders look at the Zoque Culture. You will visit one of the most typical villages in all of Tabasco, Tapijulapa. located between Oxolotán and Amatán rivers. You will visit the local craftsmen who work with wood and osier to elaborate furniture and decorative objects with interpretation from your guide. Leaving this picturesque village, you continue on to the beaucolic waterfalls and curative healing sulfer springs of Villa Luz. The healing properties of these mystic waters are important to the Zoques that inhabit the region; coupled with the lush vegetation according to the Zoques, the town has magical properties. After an optional soak in the springs, you will visit the interesting Casa Tomas Garrido Canabal museum, named after you have the opportunity to visit the house-museum of Tomas Garrido Canabal, ex-governor of Tabasco. While small, the museum does feature some interesting archeological pieces, typical handcrafts and general information about Zoques. You will return to your lodging shrouded in the Jungle with time to relax in the late afternoon.