Come along with Craig Zabransky of StayAdventurous.com for adventure in the capital city of Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas. Located in southern Mexico, this border state (with Guatemala) offers visitors a chance for life changing and memorable adventures in some incredible scenic countryside. Learn about the two national parks of El Aguacero and its waterfalls along with Sumidero Canyon, visit the nearby magic towns of Chiapa de Corzo and the mural city of Copoya with the Christ of Chiapas and also experience destinations people from all over the world travel here for rappelling, caving, canyoning at the Sinkhole of Parrots and Chorreadero Waterfalls
Craig shares from his five days and four nights in the region and highlights his days and nights including dancing in Parque de la Marimba with help form three local interviews of people he traveled, toured and adventured with in Tuxtla. Two were with local guides; the third was time with a member of Tuxtla Tourism. He also highlights his biggest leap of faith, the enjoyment of taking in local Zoque culture thru cuisine and the many souvenirs he took home including the scrap and bruises from his many adventures.
As always, expect his Top 3 Travel Tips and advice for when you plan your visit the Tuxtla travel and his travel take-away and souvenir - the Staying Adventurous Mindset Moment. Craig also discusses the region's safety and recent earthquake.
As a Mexican aficionado, Craig holds many places in Mexico near and dear to his heart, and Tuxtla is certainly now one of them. He has traveled to Chiapas twice and plans to welcome future trips too.
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