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
Catemaco’s main church was named a basilica (ie a church with special ceremonial rights) in 1961, due primarily to its position as a...
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...
A vast waterfront restaurant on the malecón , serving all the seafood you could want including pargo (red snapper), a la veracruzana ...
Laguna Catemaco information
Catemaco sits on the shore of the 16km-long Laguna Catemaco, which is ringed by volcanic hills and is actually a lake and not a lagoon. East of town are a few modest gray-sand beaches where you can take a dip in cloudy water.