We jumped in the crystal clear pools, climbed the rocks and swung from ropes like Tarzan. There were butterflies and we saw many birds including tropical tanagers, orioles and trogons. Our group of six drove to the falls in a private car. The tour groups were just leaving as we arrived so we had the pools to ourselves all afternoon.The trail is somewhat challenging but not daunting. Since we took our own vehicle (2 of the group live in Mexico) and packed a picnic lunch our trip was inexpensive. We are used to driving in rural Mexico so the roads did not bother us. There were many interesting native plants along the road to the falls.
If you go on your own drive across the bridge and take a left, someone from the village will take your entry fee. Continue to the parking lot at the top of the hiking trail. There are walking sticks at the trailhead - take one it will make the walk easier.
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