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I did visit in September so as I understand it, the water fall is not as a strong as it usually is but it still makes for a beautiful place. Parking is easily available, you can walk down towards the falls and even walk behind...More
We payed 10 pesos per person to enter the park and another 20 per person to enter the cascade.
When we were to pay the 20 pesos we gave a 100 pesos bill to pay 40 pesos and they didn't have change. They remained there...More
We stopped by this beautiful waterfall on the way from Palenque to San Cristobal, by way of another impressive archeological site, Tonina. After being in the crowded site of Palenque, this beautiful natural setting was a lovely respite. It's run by people from the communal...More
We arrived with an hour before closing, but it was well worth the trip! the Cascadas de Misol-Ha were breathtaking. There is a place to swim, though we chose not to, but again, it's available. The place was really worth the drive to it. Beauty...More
Miso-ha cascades are typically a pit stop destination if you decide to do a tour. It's an impressive, breath-taking waterfall. There's a short pathway you can walk (about 1/4 of a mile) to appreciate the waterfall from almost underneath it. You can swim here, so...More