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We hiked this trail down to the river since we wanted to see the Rio Grande. It was hot - almost 100 degrees. Take plenty of water. There are some nice views even if you don’t go all the way down to the river. The...More
My friend George did some research on Boquillas and we went during our camping trip to Big Bend. My wife is 4 months pregnant and I felt at complete ease being in Boquillas (she was skeptical at first, as she is both white and very...More
we enjoyed our hike out to boquillas canyon on a well marked trail along the rio grande. at one point we were able to take our shoes off and wade in the river for a bit before continuing the hike. the scenery is pretty and...More
We visited when the government was shut down so we might have had a unique experience. There were a lot of Mexican men from across the water who were selling handmade goods. It was a little unsettling because there were groups of men and boys...More
If I had to choose between this canyon or Santa Elena, I would choose Santa Elena. Luckily for us we had time to do both and both were rewarding although we couldn't get into the canyon as far as we did at Santa Elena. It...More
This was an amazing little adventure. So fun to take the boat across then board a Donkey for the 3/4 mile trip to town. The river is low enough if you don’t want to pay $5 you can walk. If in the area a definite...More
My husband and I hiked this trail as our last hike of the day; after a long day in the sun, this moderate, breezy and shaded hike was a treat. Definitely recommend making this a part of your itinerary!
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The Boquillas Crossing Port of Entry is located on the road that ends at the Boquillas Canyon trailhead, not the road that takes you to Rio Grande Village. It's NOT within walking distance of the campground; I'd estimate... More
The Boquillas Crossing Port of Entry is located on the road that ends at the Boquillas Canyon trailhead, not the road that takes you to Rio Grande Village. It's NOT within walking distance of the campground; I'd estimate it's 3-4 miles away. There's a parking area where you'll leave your vehicle while visiting Mexico.