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Tamul Waterfalls

Rioverde Con Direccion a Cd. Valles | Tanchachin, Aquismon 79760, Mexico
+52 444 189 0212
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Among the best sightseeings ever

I have been able to travel around the world and La Huasteca Potosina is in fact one of the most... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2018
Ery G
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Mexico City, Mexico
Stunning!!

W travelled here from Xilitla with André via the Posada el Castillo hotel and also went to the cave... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2018
9628andrea
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London
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“the river” (8 reviews)
“canoe” (4 reviews)
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Rioverde Con Direccion a Cd. Valles | Tanchachin, Aquismon 79760, Mexico
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+52 444 189 0212
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Reviewed 15 April 2018

I have been able to travel around the world and La Huasteca Potosina is in fact one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. My husband, my 10 and 8 year old kids and I went with a Tour Expediciones Huasteca to Tamul...More

Thank Ery G
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Reviewed 11 April 2018 via mobile

W travelled here from Xilitla with André via the Posada el Castillo hotel and also went to the cave of swallows. It was a great trip and we had such fun paddling down this stunning turquoise river set amongst white rocks. The waterfall was huge...More

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Reviewed 5 April 2018 via mobile

The water looked beautiful and there’s a tour that cost 150 pesos per person (IF YOU WAIT AND GO WITH OTHERS) or you can rent the boat that is 1000 pesos... I recommend not taking the phone with you because all you will do is...More

Thank Alex W
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Reviewed 29 January 2018 via mobile

Wonderful surprise! We rented a private canoe for 1200 pesos ! Two guides came with us to paddle through beautiful turquoise waters ! Filled with beautiful waterfalls! The tamul waterfall is a must see in a lifetime! Add to that that you can get in...More

1  Thank ILOVETAHITI
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Reviewed 28 September 2017

Very fun place with lots of water to enjoy. Make sure to search for the best deal for the trip through the lake. Some people will charge you more but you can always look out for the best price. I paid $150 per person. You...More

1  Thank Eddie G
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Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

Nature, energy, waterfalls! Be surrounded by beautiful scenarios and experiences. This place is amazing! You get energy, experience, exercise, your spirit lifted and great fun all in one!

Thank fedecarrera
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Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

It was amazing the people who took us to the waterfall were super nice took us everywhere. And to a cave and let us swim in the river. Would definitely go again. The people who took us paddling where ( Ramiro, and Domingo) amazing people.

Thank Valeria A
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Reviewed 28 November 2016 via mobile

A great rowing experience to arrive at the nearest point as possible from this 105m waterfall. Also if you don't want to row you can go walking to the lookout place.

1  Thank Raul C
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Reviewed 13 August 2016

Going up the river all the way to the waterfalls, be it by boat or a short walk by the side of the rapids, is a nice and refreshing experience. The view to the falls are nice, but not that impressive. You have to climb...More

Thank HerveGN
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Reviewed 8 July 2016 via mobile

Is a beautiful place, with waterfall, and plants and high hills, but take your previsions: No one tell me that i must to walk in the middle of the path to the waterfall, then you must have water shoes. That's ruins my day, because the...More

Thank albor1
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Yes, you can rent your own boat, greetings.
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Response from Jim N | Reviewed this property |
My wife is from the area and we also know it well. Fly into San Luis Potosi, Tepic or Queretero. Both San Luis and Queretero are nice. San Luis is French Colonial and downtown will remind you of New Orleans. It is rumored... More
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