Enjoy the best weather for camping and living with nature in generous Tlaxcala offer to practice ecotourism. Walk through the region set formed by mountains, tablelands and hills, as well as small valleys where you can find the National Park La Malintzi, the San Juan ravines, the Sierra de la Caldera, Peña del Rosario, Las Vigas, the Atlanga Lagoon, La Hoyanca the Tizatlan Botanical Garden, the Atlihuetzia Waterfall, the Rocky Paintings of Amaxac and the Vacation Center of La Trinidad, among others. The landscapes that you can find there do not only expect to be photographed and admired, but they also are good for practicing sports such as rappel, sailing, alpinism, camping, walking and mountain biking.
Impossible to ignore from any point of Tlaxcala is the Malintzin volcano, the fifth highest of all the country, which in its top has for you the best view and the most spectacular natural scenarios. The park is located on the skirts of the sacred mountain of the ancient Tlaxcala people, called Matlalcueyetl or “Las Faldas Azules” of the water goddess. In this mountain, named as the mythic Tlaxcala maid, you can find ravines representing a challenge, even for the most experienced climber, such as San Juan, considered one of the most beautiful in Mexico.
Enjoy the ravines, the panoramic landscapes and its pine and oak woods where there is a great variety of birds and typical species such as hares, rabbits, armadillos that walk along the place. During the winter, temperature goes very low, and it is possible to face a cold snowfall covering in white everything around you. There are several routes for you to go and enjoy these scenarios. During your travel, do not forget to visit the Cerro de Xalapasco, a place that has 9 craters in the top, distributed along the place, from where you will have an outstanding view of the eastern zone of Tlaxcala. You can get there through some lanes that go to its top.