The state is home to many archaeological sites where visitors can explore ancient Maya ruins. One must-see site is Comalcalco, which contains some of the oldest structures ever discovered in Central America. Another popular destination for tourists is Parque La Venta, a unique wildlife refuge where visitors can spot various species of animals such as spider monkeys and iguanas.
Tabasco also has some interesting historical facts associated with it - during the Mexican Revolution it was declared an independent nation by General Salvador Alvarado for two weeks! This independence was short-lived however as federal forces quickly retook control of the area.
For those visiting Tabasco and looking to experience Mexican culture at its best there are plenty of interesting sites to explore and activities to enjoy - so don't forget your Tabasco sauce!
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Cities in Tabasco
Palomas, Betania, Taxco, Jalupa, Centro, Jiménez, Ayapa, Chablé, Frontera, Teapa, Aquiles Serdán, La Lucha, Estapilla, La Palma, Jonuta, Constitución, La Selva, Lomitas, Multé, La Escalera, La Lima, Ciudad Pemex, Belén, Guatacalca, Río de Teapa, Mecatepec, Villahermosa, Luis Gil Pérez, Jalapa, Paraiso, Pénjamo, Cárdenas, Pomoca, La Sábana, La Unión, Arena de Hidalgo, El Tular, La Ceiba, Soyataco, Ignacio Zaragoza, Comalcalco, Amado Gómez, Mactún, La Victoria, Dos Ceibas, Reforma, El Dorado, Chichicapa, Ignacio Allende, Libertad, Apatzingán, Dos Montes, Balancán, La Curva, El Cedro, El Congo, Macuspana, Gregorio Méndez, Brisas del Carrizal, Capitán Felipe Castellanos Díaz (San Pedro) ...