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San Felipe Usila
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San Felipe Usila Vacation Packages
San Felipe Usila Vacation Packages
From San Felipe Usila, the city of Veracruz is about 95 miles to the north.
Life is better after a trip to the beach. You can take your pick from several of them, including Zipolite, 55 miles to the south, and Maguey Bay, 55 miles to the south.
Want to go on a day trip? San Felipe Jalapa de Diaz is located 13 miles to the north, while San Juan Bautista Valle Nacional sits 17 miles to the southeast.
San Juan Bautista Tuxtepec is roughly 30 miles to the northeast of San Felipe Usila. This area hotspot features a whole host of tourist attractions, such as Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Benito Juarez Park and Modelo Beer Brewing Plant. Tuxtepec Institute of Technology and Sugarmill Adolfo Lopez Mateos are some other great places you can check out.
A fantastic way to discover this region's natural areas is to go mountain climbing or hiking.
The surrounding area boasts plenty of peaceful outdoor pursuits. Picnicking or sunbathing have been know to melt away the stress.
Discover the rich culture of the region by taking part in some guided nature walks and city walking tours.
You will discover a selection of fantastic outdoor options if you have a love of watersports. Swimming and snorkeling are a couple of the fantastic reasons to get all wet.
If the weather forecast isn't looking too good, visit the region's art museums, history museums and craft workshops.
If you have good weather, pry the kids away from the TV and head outdoors to investigate the region's open-air exhibits and open-air markets.
Travelers who love history will find plenty of things to keep them busy. Don't forget to snap a few photos when you make the trip out to the region's ruins, traditional villages and old towns.
To experience the heart and soul of Oaxaca, visitors usually make the journey out to some of its churches, cathedrals, temples and monasteries.
Spoil your senses in the region's many cafés, restaurants and bars.
Dine like the local residents do by trying tlayudas (giant tortilla with beans, cheese, avocado and tomato) and empapelado (steamed fish).
Sample some oaxaca chocolate after you have finished your meal. This divine dessert is impossible to say no to.
Experienced travelers understand that a great way to make the most out of a trip is to pick up at least a few practical phrases in the native tongue. Buenas tardes translates to good afternoon. You should also work on pronouncing Buenos días (good morning).
The 16th of September is when the entire country will mark Independence Day. There's sure to be plenty of special festivities if you happen to be here then.
You've had a blast, met lots of new friends and probably given your camera a solid workout. When it finally comes time to spend your final Mexican pesos and bid "Adiós" to Oaxaca, chances are you'll already be thinking about your next trip!
When you're ready to head to the airport, you might like to know that Xoxocotlan International Airport is roughly 60 miles to the south.