The Huasteca Potosina is one of the most fascinating regions of Mexico, characterized by its spectacular landscapes, rivers, caves, waterfalls and majestic archaeological sites.
Located in the state of San Luis Potosi, the Huasteca is a region of warm lowlands which extends off the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, with a gentle slope to the east, covering some portions of the Sierra Madre Oriental.
Its name comes from the Huastecos, habitants of this area in ancient times. The influence of the past is still noticeable in the customs and way of life of the habitants of the Huasteca; in the traditions, festivals, language and clothing the feeling of ancient indigenous cultures is reflected. The archaeological testimonies that are scattered throughout the territory are also heritage of this glorious past.