Chiapas

Chiapas is Mexico’s southern border, a state of contrasting cultures and traditions offering visitors an attractive fusion of nature, native traditions and a productive future with the magic and color exhibited all along its streets and markets. The State of Chiapas is one with the mot biodiversity in the country, hosting part of the Lacandona Jungle with more than 20% of the Mexican fauna. Cañón del Sumidero National Park With vertical one thousand meter high walls, Cañón del Sumidero is one of Mexico’s most spectacular scenarios, the origin of one of the country’s largest rivers,

Chiapas History

The great civilization of the Maya in fact inherited the great accomplishments ...

Chiapas Culture

FESTIVITIES AND CELEBRATIONS CHIAPA DE CORZO FAIR The largest fair in...

Chiapas Travel

Chiapas is Mexico’s southern border, a state of contrasting cultures and tradit...

Chiapas Map
Chiapas Economy

Despite the immense natural and cultural wealth of this state located on the Sou...

Chiapas Geography

Chiapas, the sixth largest state in Mexico with a territory of 75,634 sq. km, sh...

Chiapas Politics

The cultural extent and diversity of the state is expressed in the 119 municipal...

Chiapas Government

Juan Sabines Guerrero, Constitutional Governor of the State of Chiapas for the p...

Chiapas Demography

Chiapas takes the seventh place nationally regarding population, with a little m...

Neighboring States to Chiapas

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