El Tepozteco: It is an archaeological site located in the state of Morelos, over 2,000 meters above the sea level and 600 meters above the valley of Tepoztlán and also National Park. These remains were built between 1150 and 1350 AD.
It was declared Protected Natural Area in 1937. It includes the hill of the same name and the land surrounding the village of Tepoztlán. Various types of vegetation, settle there, from the pine forest up to the tropical deciduous forest; in its local fauna 12 species of reptiles are recorded, among which the poisonous lizard is in danger of extinction; and about birds, 42 species are recorded in the area, which three of them are endangered, including owl.