Founded in the year 1774, the mystic town of “burned houses” belonged to the province of Santiago de ...
Where to Stay in Catemaco
Catemaco has a wide offer of rooms; however, during the seasons of greater tourism as Easter and oth ...
Where to Eat in Catemaco
Many small establishments offer very similar dishes of fresh fish and seafood, as in Los Sauces, La ...
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RESERVA ECOLÓGICA DE NANCIYAGA
The tropical jungle furthest north in the world is called Nanciyaga ...
Nightlife in Catemaco
The night life in Catemaco is ephemeral and often inexistent. If you are lucky to be awake after so ...
Schools in Catemaco
Regarding education, the young are taught in public basic and higher education.
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Hospitals in Catemaco
The Catemaco population is attended by 10 public medical units and approximately 25 certified doctor ...
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