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We recently went here and basically had place to ourselves.the waterfalls were beautiful and water cold.it was very deep so I recommend taking lifejackets.hubby climbed rocks and dove off in between waterfalls
Seeing the photos of the water did not make me believe it would be as good as it looked, so I was overwhelmed when I arrived to see the water really was that blue and the area that beautiful. There was a walk down some...More
The falls of Minas Viejas are beautiful. You can spend an hour an a half or a full day if you bring food and want to send time with family.
I spent only an hour or two, swimming in the blue water of the falls....More
Minas Viejas (Old Mines) is a remote place located in the middle of sugar cane plantations. To get to Minas Viejas you must drive 90 minutes, of which 45 at least are in unpaved roads. To complicate things further, the narrow road is shared with...More
If you're an adventurous person, excited for camping, swimming and spending time in the nature, this is an ideal place to visit, it's not as crowded as some other waterfalls in the region. This place is really close to El Naranjo and it's a must
This fall is a little more than 2 hours from Ciudad Valles. If you get there early (10-11am) it is an incredible place to take pictures. The water is insanely blue and cold!!!! The entrance is $20 pesos per person, $40 if you are going...More
My husband and I were on an anniversary tour of San Luis Potosi escapes and had to visit this place. We rented a car and drove from main airport to many places. We were staying at "Huasteca Secreta" so just about a 30 minute drive....More
We stayed at Ciudad Valles and took a bus to the waterfall. It was around 50 pesos per person. The bus stops at the main road and there is 3.5 km walk to the falls. You will need to pay an entree fee (sorry do...More
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Hi! Yes, you can camp by hammock, though I guess you will get a lot of mosquito bites, the weather is very tropical. 15 minutes away there is El Naranjo where you can find different lodging options, many of them really... More
Hi! Yes, you can camp by hammock, though I guess you will get a lot of mosquito bites, the weather is very tropical. 15 minutes away there is El Naranjo where you can find different lodging options, many of them really affordable. I hope this helps. ;-)