If you decide to go here make sure you negotiate a price with taxi driver for round trip. This is a remote location and all although you can take Combi ( VW van ) that someone mentioned earlier, it does not run often enough for me. We agreed to $350 pesos round trip with the taxi driver agreeing to stay as long as we wanted. So this place is quite far. As we finally make the turn to go down to the Pools we pass a kid. We are not sure what he said but he starts yelling. A little bit further down there are two more kids and this is where the chase begins. They start running after the car. Having read the previous reviews I figured these were the kids that were going to show us the Pozas. When we get to the bottom and get the get ready to get out of the car, the kids are there. Both 11 years old. One of them was named Poncho ,I can't remember the other name. Honestly to the Pozoles, you do not need a guide. The trail is marked, but after these kids ran all that way, I decided to let them. We payed 20 pesos to enter, and as we walked the trail the kids pointed out different medicinal plants, also he explained the tons and tons of hoses that brought water to the community. Once we got to the falls we thought he would go back, but instead they started changing clothes because they were going to swim and were still hot from chasing the car. They stated that just by brining us there was enough for the day, lol. ( All we had paid was the entry fee ). So the pools itself is beautiful, it is cold so it is just best to just jump in. There were plenty of kids swimming about. They told us that they actually do not want the place to become popular because the more people that come they will take over the area which is basically where the local kids come to swim. So please be respectful of this place. Pick up your trash and tip the local kids even though you do not need to.
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