On vacation or at any time of the year, citizens may consider visiting the Malintzi Vacation Center, ideal place for lovers of extreme sports, although you can also enjoy rest and beautiful sunrises from its cozy European-style cabins.
Nestled in a forest full of conifers, this tourist site boasts great natural beauty and is a living museum of flora and fauna. It is located in the municipality of Huamantla, in the state of Tlaxcala.
In addition, this beautiful space located on the slope of the volcano The Malinche It also has a recreational area for the enjoyment of the smallest of the home, since they will have at their disposal a large area of childish games.
It is the ideal place to go as a family and be in contact with nature, breathe its climate, marvel at spectacular landscapes, as well as starlit nights. You may be hired to hold a retreat, integration meetings or any other personal event.
To do? If you have an adventurous spirit, you can practice mountaineering, camping, rappelling and other extreme sports in the middle of the forest environment. The walkers will have at their disposal a cabin with a capacity of up to 9 people and equipped with a fireplace, dining room, refrigerator and screen.
Another of the opportunities it offers is that it has a camping area of up to 19 thousand square meters and with a capacity to receive up to 600 people installed in 150 tents. It offers a campfire area, toilets and showers with hot water.
In the recreation area too There are palapas, basketball courts adapted to fast soccer, soccer, volleyball, an aerobic track, as well as a six-lane tartan athletic track.
The place is part of the Vacation Centers of the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS)which offers affordable prices and is open to the public 365 days a year.
What are the costs?
*60 pesos.- Entrance to a recreational area for adults.
*55 pesos.- Entrance fee to the recreational area for children.
*85 pesos.- Entrance to the camping area for adults.
*80 pesos.- Camp area for children.
While the prices for accommodation in the cabins are divided as follows:
*One thousand 95 pesos.- Standard cabin for 6 people.
*1,615 pesos.- Cabin with kitchenette for 6 people.
*1,725 pesos.- Cabin with kitchenette for 9 people. The cost of the additional person is 145 pesos.
The Vacation Center boasts of spectacular landscapes ideal for camping in the middle of the forest and with a capacity to place up to 175 tents. Large pine trees embrace the place, where you can also enjoy a chat in the middle of nature and in the company of a campfire and loved ones. It has toilets and showers with hot water 24 hours.
For its part, it must be remembered that the IMSS designed other vacation centers, such as the one called La Trinidad, which is also located in Tlaxcala and has a spa to enjoy nature. It also offers two wading pools, palapas with barbecue, children’s play area and tennis, soccer, basketball and volleyball courts, among other things.
It will be necessary to remember that this place is part of the Vacation Centers of the Mexican Social Security Institute, which promotes them with the intention of developing healthy entertainment for people, as well as relieving the pockets of passers-by at affordable prices in some parts of the country. .
According to the Institute, The Trinity It is endorsed by certifications from the Ministry of Tourism (Sectur), since it is considered a clean, modern and ecotourism site. It also has an auditorium for 244 people, 7 work rooms, wireless internet and gardens for events that adapt to the specific needs of each user.
Tlaxcala has a magical town to know and enjoy during your stay in the entity. This is Huamantla, a small French-style town with an ancient livestock tradition, a unique puppeteering skill and the fascinating art of sawdust rugs, ideal to appreciate at any time of the year.
This little town is very cultural and other attractions to visit are: The Basilica of the Virgen de la Caridad, the City Museum, the Bullfighting Museum, La Malinche National Park, Cerro de Xalapaxco, among other attractions.
Its name comes from the Nahuatl word cuahuitl which means “Tree”; as well as man from “Peanuts”, which mean together, formed or aligned, and the locative postposition tla which denotes “Abundance”.