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We biked from our hotel, blanenaux lodge, they said it would take an hour, but it took us maybe 15 mins on bikes. Short hike on foot down to the waterfall, wooden steps are built in, made it easy. It was awesome! We have seen...More
A wonderful, peaceful waterfall and pools, in which you can swim, far from the world. We were alone there the entire time, cross someone leaving on the way down and a couple on the way up.
Bring your 4x4 or at least high clearance car,...More
Neil at the Pine Ridge Lodge on the way to Caracol Mayan Ruins recommended we head over to this destination for a bit of cooling off from the day's heat. Great for swimming, but beware of the current as the pools a deep.
We visited Big Rock falls from Gaia Riverlodge just up the road (about 10 minutes by bike). It's easy to find the turnout on the main road (there's a sign that says "Big Rock"). Park at the end of that road, it's very short and...More
Aaron from Blancaneaux took us on horseback to these beautiful water falls. The kids jumped into the pools and climbed behind the waterfall. The horses are well kept and well behaved and this was a fantastic few hours spent so highly recommended.
Big Rock Falls was a great day trip and the closest I've ever been to a waterfall. The hike was short and the water felt nice. You do need to be a more experienced swimmer in my opinion to go right underneath the falls as...More
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It wouldn't be worth it unless spending the night in the Pine Ridge Forest area. You have to cross the entire country to get there and it would be a waste if you didn't see all the things in between. If you were going to... More
It wouldn't be worth it unless spending the night in the Pine Ridge Forest area. You have to cross the entire country to get there and it would be a waste if you didn't see all the things in between. If you were going to Caracol, this would be an excellent side trip but not a destination location in and of itself