Good things: Affordable (100 pesos per person, per day), facilities are clean, if you love nature and water this is the place for you. It is very safe, they have security 24 hrs a day. The offer restaurant, store, souvenir shoppe, showers and bathrooms on site. The best part is the cave and waterfalls, don't miss them. Things I would change: You can't make reservations for the rooms by phone or internet so they are rented out on a first come first serve basis, which leaves many people camping outside by the river. Overall it's a great experience, although when added up it can get pricey after the entrance fees, parking fees, room rentals and meals. I would recommend taking some shoes for swimming in the river, the rocks are very uncomfortable if you go in barefoot. If you take sandals they won't stay on for long because of the current. I would visit again, it was gorgeous and very clean. My 7 year old loved it and everybody else seemed to enjoy it just as much.
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