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Top tips for visiting The Water Boils, Oaxaca Mexico

I will pretty much start off the review with all the how's, do's and don't, where and etc. This is... read more

Reviewed December 12, 2014
TravelQueenie365
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Singapore, Singapore
The Most Underrated Sight in Oaxaca

I have been to Hierve el Agua many, many times, and until now simply forgot to review it. If you... read more

Reviewed October 4, 2014
Mezcal_Tours
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Oaxaca, Mexico
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Dec 12, 2014
“Top tips for visiting The Water Boils, Oaxaca Mexico”
Oct 4, 2014
“The Most Underrated Sight in Oaxaca”
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Reviewed December 12, 2014

I will pretty much start off the review with all the how's, do's and don't, where and etc. This is a must-go site so i won't go into details how amazing this place is. - How to get there? If you are setting off in...More

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Reviewed October 4, 2014

I have been to Hierve el Agua many, many times, and until now simply forgot to review it. If you like nature, walks, drives through picturesque mountain settings, photographing landscapes, swimming and / or hiking, this should be a must visit. The drive alone is...More

4  Thank Mezcal_Tours
Reviewed December 9, 2013

The views are breathtaking, especially around sunset. You can see the petrified waterfalls not far from the pools you can bathe in. The water isn't warm, but it's worth a dip in one of the shallow pools and to take photos. Overall a very tranquil...More

3  Thank Jemima F
Reviewed December 8, 2013

After exhausting myself in the parades, cemeteries and all that is the Day of the Dead, I went to Hierve el Agua for a change of pace. The scenery of the errie,calcified water pools is still etched into my memory. It was pure magic. I...More

1  Thank MsBonitaAalders
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