Campeche

Campeche’s main attraction is its great natural heritage, divided into 4 great natural regions: coast, mountain, rivers and jungle. All of these regions have facilities and elements for practicing alternative tourism, such as environmental, adventure and rural tourism. Campeche has six natural protected areas: Calakmul Biosphere, considered Mexico’s largest tropic reserve; Laguna de Términos, classified as a natural sanctuary for dolphin, tortoiseshell turtle and manatee breeding; Rio Celestum is the largest mangrove area on the Gulf of Mexico; Petenes is comprised of islets with a jungle that grows among the mangroves; Balam Kin Reserve is a heavenly mosaic of natural landscapes and Balam Ku Reserve is a natural border between the northern and southern forests and a famous bat sanctuary. Laguna de Térmi ... Read more >>



Campeche is located in southeast Mexico and is part of the Yucatan Peninsula. It was home to the Maya culture ...
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The state of Campeche offers visitors a cultural wealth displayed in the everyday activities of its inhabitant ...
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Located in the municipality of Carmen, Laguna de Términos is an environmental complex conformed by numerous e...
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Mining, agriculture and fishing are the main economic activities among other industries. Campeche is the n ...
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Located in the south-east region of the Mexican Republic, the state of Campeche covers an area of 57,727 squa ...
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The municipalities most densely populated in the State of Campeche are Calkiní, Campeche, Carmen, Champotón, E ...
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Fernando Eutimio Ortega Bernés was born in the city of Campeche in 1958. He obtained a degree in Political Sc ...
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The 2006 census registered a population of 754,730 inhabitants in Campeche, with an almost even distribution b ...
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