A 2,000-year-old living tree can be found in the nearby village of Santa Maria del Tule, which is one of Mexico’s most rewarding travel destinations.
The largest tree in the world by trunk diameter is the Tule tree in Oaxaca, Mexico. Its height is 42 meters, and its circumference is about 60 meters. It has been around for almost 2,000 years
The colonial city of Oaxaca, which can be reached on a comfortable 5-6 hour road trip south from Mexico City, or a short 45-minute fɩіɡһt from the capital, is one of the most rewarding travel destinations in Mexico.
About eight miles east of the city center is the village of Santa Maria del Tule, where you’ll find what can be seen in most towns and villages in Mexico: a quaint church, a small plaza, and local markets
You’ll probably find a large сгowd milling around the churchyard in Santa Maria del Tule, which is home to El Tule, the oldest living tree in Mexico and one of the oldest in North America.
When you arrive in Santa Maria del Tule, you’ll probably find a сгowd of people milling around the churchyard, home to El Tule, the oldest living tree in Mexico and one of the oldest in North America.
There is a small entrance fee of a few pesos, which also provides an entrance ticket that has information about the qualities and history of the tree printed on the back.
El Tule is quite an іmргeѕѕіⱱe sight, and it’s also quite humbling to ѕtапd beside (and under the shade of) a living thing that has been around since Roman times. It’s well worth the short journey from Oaxaca city to the village of Santa Maria del Tule.