A paradise for all nature lovers, immersed within the Sierra Madre Oriental mountains. This municipality is also known as the sanctuary of macaws and provides to the El Cielo biosphere with most of its hectares, thus it harbors natural treasures to practice ecotourism and adventure tourism. It is a place with a history that dates back from the pre-Hispanic and the Revolution eras, so you may visit architectural and archeological monuments. Know about its legends and traditions while enjoying a typical meal from the Huasteca or a delicious artisanal sweet.
ECOTOURISM AND ADVENTURE
It is a natural resort with plenty of beauty and vegetation, located 12 km from the municipal capital, where the courses from the Guayalejo and Chihue rivers intersect. It is ideal for adventure sports, where you may practice hiking, kayaking, speleology, bird sighting and an endless variety of eco-touristic activities.
El Ojitio is a resort providing recreational space with everything you need to enjoy a day in the country. Including pool service, palm roofs, parking, playground and cabins equipped with grills.
La Poza Azul
There you can swim in blue-sky colored ponds of varying depths while admiring its aquatic wildlife.
An ideal place for extreme sports lovers to practice swimming competitions, rappelling, zipline, snorkeling and hiking.
On the 46 kilometer from Cd. Victoria to Jaumave, you will find the remains of 10 to 12 cué pyramids constructed by the janambre tribes.
The repopulation of Jaumave
On May 19th many cultural and sporting events take place. Including charro and folk-dance spectacles.
Jaumave Cultural Day
During the first two weeks of December there are presentations from artistic groups, a Lechuguilla plant carving contest, confection, popular dance with locals, horse racing and cooking goat meat “underground” style.
DESTINOS / DESTINATION
- SUN & BEACH
- MAGIC TOWNS
- BUSINESS & CONVENTIONS
- HUNTIG & FISHING