Red-haired rambutans are difficult not to notice among the green landscapes and impossible not to fall in love with. A bag of these refreshing fruits will serve as a perfect snack during your hike. Firstly, they can last for a long time in the boiling sun, and the pulp remains delicious even when the husk darkens. Secondly, it's easy to peel—just crack the skin with your thumbnail and pull it off.
The fruit may be eaten whole, just spit out the seeds. Rambutans are abundant in southern Mexico, namely the state of Chiapas. The season falls during the summer time.