In Tamaulipas they also offer trajinera rides, just like in Xochimilco! 

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This river in Tamaulipas offers visitors walks through the trajineras in the Xochimilco style, without a doubt it is quite an experience 

Visitors have the great option of living this tour of the amazing Guayalejo River that connects with Llera in Tamaulipas 

Given the current summer vacation season, every family needs some leisure time, which is why there is a place in Tamaulipas where rides on trajineras are offered: yes, very much in the style of Xochimilco, but on the Guayalejo River. 

Mexico is rich in hydrological resources and Tamaulipas is no exception, since it has the Guayalejo River, which is extremely important for the regional economy, since it also supplies industry, agriculture and municipalities with water. This situation deserves a renewed assessment of the territorial system. 

Where can you take rides in a trajinera in the state of Tamaulipas? 

This experience steeped in Mexican folklore can be lived in the Guayalejo River, which is located in the municipality of Llera, Tamaulipas, just one hour away from Ciudad Victoria, so it is a great option to enjoy moments with family or friends. 

The tour of these trajineras can reach the banks of the Guayalejo River, but in addition, you can also explore this little corner of Tamaulipas by kayak, so you have several options to enjoy. 

If you undertake the trip from the city of Tampico to Llera de Canales, you will have to travel 188.8 kilometers through González, that is, two hours and 36 minutes. 

What are the characteristics of the Guayalejo River in Tamaulipas? 

“The permanent flow of the Guayalejo River is born in the Sierra del Aguacate in the municipality of Palmillas and which goes between the mountains of the Sierra Madre Oriental to the Los Nogales area. 

Just 12 kilometers from the municipal seat of Jaumave, it is there where the Chihue River joins its course, continuing to Llera”, reported Turismo de Tamaulipas. 

What are the characteristics of the Guayalejo River in Tamaulipas? 

“The permanent flow of the Guayalejo River is born in the Sierra del Aguacate in the municipality of Palmillas and which goes between the mountains of the Sierra Madre Oriental to the Los Nogales area. 

Just 12 kilometers from the municipal seat of Jaumave, it is there where the Chihue River joins its course, continuing to Llera”, reported Turismo de Tamaulipas. 

The ecological characteristics of the Guayalejo River and its tributaries are key elements for growth, it is characterized by being a winding river, which means that its slope towards the sea is not very pronounced. 

But it is important to mention that the shape of the river varies over the years, throughout the months, due to the seasons, after a rain, etc., which is why the Guayalejo River is a rich natural jewel of the state of Tamaulipas. and where you can take a Xochimilco-style trajinera ride, or explore the lake in a kayak. 

 Source: El Sol de Tampico