Based in a palapa hut on the malecón, these guys rent beat-down adventure gear and offer tours around the lake and to the coast.
Basílica del Carmen
Theintricate interior and haunting stained glass of Catemaco’s main church belie its modernity; the current building only dates from...
Based out of Catemaco Hotel and offering tours to Nanciyaga, Laguna Sontecomapan, Salto de Eyipantla and more.
This bar-restaurant, literally floating on the lake with its own boardwalk, is an idyllic place to lean back, sip cerveza and grab a...
Smarter than your average Italian-abroad restaurant, Il Fiorentino serves handmade pasta, Piedmontese wine, cappuccinos and great cake....
Lonely Planet review
Another great place to check out souvenirs made by local Los Tuxtlas artisans is Fractal Naturaleza, a store that does its best to support local art and textiles. It also brews coffee.