It is water and energy. Its location makes it the gateway to the Mexican southeast and the Mayan World, epicenter of the oil industry and regional center of entertainment, services and communications. It has 53% of the country’s water.
It ranks first in cocoa production and livestock; and second in banana production. Its low altitude and hot, humid climate make up an irreverently green and tropical landscape, crossed by rivers, and occupied by extensive lagoons, numerous swamp areas and beautiful beaches that offer visitors a paradise for sport fishing, bird watching, ecotourism and adventure tourism, among other activities, and its capital is Villahermosa.