The municipality of Teabo, is one of the 106 municipalities of the Mexican state of Yucatan. The name of the municipality in the Mayan language means “your breath,” derived from the words for you, you and boc, breath, perfume.
This town has an economy based on agriculture. The cultivation of maize, beans, squash, peppers, is the primary activity. It also grows cucumbers and other vegetables.
Livestock activities are also important, especially pigs and cattle breeding.
Architectural places is the former convent and parish in honor of St. Peter and St. Paul, which dates from the colonial era, there are two chapels, one in the head built in the eighteenth century in honor of St. Stephen and among others built in the seventeenth century.
Their festivities are from April 28 to May 3 in honor of the Holy Cross, on July 27 in honor of San Pedro and San Pablo, from 8 to Dec. 12 in honor of the Virgin of Guadalupe, patroness of the population in these three special events are held processions and dairies.