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Without doubt one of my favorite places!
The place is like 30min drive from Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas. There's a fb page where you can find information on how to get there or just search for it in google maps. It's in an area called "Reserva...More
This place is awesome! Do not miss it. Where else can you view such a spectacular waterfall and be able to climb around on it? We camped a couple of nights and had the whole place to ourselves. From talking with the staff, the only...More
My go to attraction for friends who visit me in Tuxtla Gutiérrez.
I've been many times and have discovered many adventurous spots inside the waterfall. This is Must see but try to actually scale the waterfall instead of simply looking at it
Aguacero is one of our most favourite places in Chiapas. It is fun to walk up and down 800 steps, and go under the powerful waterfall. We go there at least once a month to admire the spectacular view of the Rio La Venta Canyon...More
It took us a little while to find the place as we were driving from Tuxtla Gutierrez and couldn't find directions easily online. The best thing is to stay on highway 190 West around the outside of Ocozocoautla and you will eventually see the signs,...More
This place is a 15 minute drive off the main highway on 'terraceria' and split lane cement driveway.
We paid $30 pesos p/p to enter the park Paid $100 peso deposit for our trash (we got it back before we left by showing them our...More
This place truly is off the beaten path though you can either book a tour from Tuxtla or take a public bus to Coita and then a collectivo to the crossing for the Cascadas.you then enjoy a 3 km hike to the entrance of the...More
Fed up by dozens of tourist buses in Palenque, Agua Azul... or worse, in Chichen Itza? Go to see Aguacero. Off highway linking Pacific Ocean and Tuxtla Gutierez, some 3-4 km dirt road (quite bad at times) will take you to simple parking lot where...More
Perhaps due to its absence from the Lonely Planet guide, and the fact that you need a car to get there, this spot is almost entirely devoid of tourists, apart from the odd Mexican family enjoying a day off. And this is paradise - rich...More