San Felipe Jalapa de Díaz is a Mazatec town. It is located at the foot of the Cerro Rabón (Tailless Hill), which offers a view of the town worthy of postcards. It is possible to climb the hill, but it is a climb that requires physical condition.

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In the revolutionary times, it is said that when General Porfirio Díaz left the Presidency of the Republic, he went to hide to Cerro Rabón and then escaped to Veracruz to embark on France.

As happens throughout the Chinantla region, here you will find waterfalls, rivers and streams with crystal clear waters that are ideal to cool off in the hottest months of the year.

How to get there:
Jalapa de Díaz is 60 km from Tuxtepec. Taking the federal highway 182 Jalapa de Díaz-Tuxtepec you arrive in an hour and a half.