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Batopilas Magic Town Tour
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We take you on board the best experience.<br><br>On a tour like this is adventure, history, legends and also the beautiful view.<br><br>It lasts approximately 6 hours, it can be more hours depending on the time you want.<br><br>Places you will visit:<br>-New inhabited by Tarahumaras de Doña Petra<br>-Arareko Lake<br>-Fall of the fungi<br>-Fall of the Frogs<br>-Valle of the Monks<br>- Jesuit Mission of San Ignacio<br>- Jesuit Mission of Cusarare<br>-Cusarare waterfall<br>-Moyola Museum<br><br>Cave inhabited by Tarahumaras Sebastian<br><br>Cheer up! ... It will be the best adventure!<br><br>So that there are no doubts please visit our profile on tripadvisor by clicking here, and see for yourself the quality of our services ...<br><br>It will be a pleasure to be part of your adventure in Creel Chihuahua.<br><br>I leave you some pictures of this tour
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w2conrad wrote a review Apr 2018
Los Angeles, California50 contributions13 helpful votes
The inside of the church isn't that interesting but the setting is lovely. The colors are vibrant. The prettiest part of Batopilas.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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DMGAmes_Iowa wrote a review Apr 2017
Ames, Iowa525 contributions179 helpful votes
My wife and I, with a small group of fellow travelers, hiked part way and rode by SUV part way from Batopilas. Gorgeous scenery en route. This fascinating neo-Gothic mission church dates back to the 17th century and has been restored. At the left is a glass coffin-like case with a figure of the crucified Christ, complete with stigmata. In the brick floor, look for rectangular patterns that reveal the burials of priests below the church, and also the sub-floor grave of Martina V. de Ontiveros (1881), presumably a patroness of the church. Admission is free, but a donation is appreciated.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Kristin F wrote a review Mar 2016
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico6 contributions4 helpful votes
Easy enough walk from Batopilas, it's downriver along the road which isn't flat, but gradual. I didn't expect to find anything in Satevo but there's a small community including tiendas for cookies or water. The church was locked when we got there but a little boy ran after us and a woman came out to open the door and give a brief tour, and we gave her a donation.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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Mantamike wrote a review Mar 2016
Chilliwack, Canada129 contributions67 helpful votes
This place has been restored poorly and I'll maintained. Nonetheless, it is a must see in Batopilas if not for anything but the age and history of the place.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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Citlali Lisa M wrote a review Nov 2015
23 contributions6 helpful votes
This one is newer and better maintained than some, other than that it's the same old - same old from one village to another. You really have to love missions - and be able to look past what the Spanish and their religious fervor did to the indigenous culture and people in order to get all these missions. Still it is a part of history I guess.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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