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As of April 2011, Tamaulipas has become very unsafe even for Mexicans. The big problem now is the cartel wars (CDG, Z) that are terrifying all Tamaulipas. Traveling north to south has become very dangerous, as a recent discovery of more than 100 dead bodies has shown. The San Fernando area (around 100 km from the north) is one dangerous spot these days. In this region there was the discovery of an illegal graveyard where they found more than 100 bodies, some of them were slaughtered with cruelty by the Z cartel. It's strongly advised not to visit Tamaulipas now. If you really have to, take some measures not to draw attention from drug cartels (not fancy clothes, not much money, etc).
 
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Revision as of 16:46, 13 May 2011

Tamaulipas is a state in Northern Mexico.

Contents

Regions

  • Frontera - The area along the Mexican-US border.
  • Sierra Madre - Mountainous region along the West of the state.
  • Gulf Coast - Tropical region along the coast.
  • Huasteca - Cultural region beginning at the southern tip of the state.

Cities

Other destinations

Understand

Tamaulipas lies between Nuevo León and the Gulf of Mexico in the north of the country. It shares a border with the US state of Texas in the north and the states of San Luis Potosí and Veracruz to the south.

Talk

Get in

Get around

See

  • Presa Vicente Guerrero - This large lake lies about 30 miles northwest of Ciudad Victoria

Itineraries

Do

  • Fish - The coast has many "fishing hotels", hotels with their own piers for easy fishing access. The state has a number of lakes as well.

Eat

Drink

Stay safe

As of April 2011, Tamaulipas has become very unsafe even for Mexicans. The big problem now is the cartel wars (CDG, Z) that are terrifying all Tamaulipas. Traveling north to south has become very dangerous, as a recent discovery of more than 100 dead bodies has shown. The San Fernando area (around 100 km from the north) is one dangerous spot these days. In this region there was the discovery of an illegal graveyard where they found more than 100 bodies, some of them were slaughtered with cruelty by the Z cartel. It's strongly advised not to visit Tamaulipas now. If you really have to, take some measures not to draw attention from drug cartels (not fancy clothes, not much money, etc).

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