Tamul Waterfalls, Aquismon

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#2 of 23 in Nature in San Luis Potosi
Waterfall · Nature / Park
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  • We came in April of 2021 and as our guide told us they damed the river that fed these falls to build a lake. So this famous waterfall is gone and they need to remove it from all marketing. Locals and....  more
    We came in April of 2021 and as our guide told us they damed the river that fed these falls to build a lake. So this famous waterfall is gone and they need to remove it from all marketing. Locals and....  more »
  • This is a great location to spend the day! First, you get to the vendors where they "rent" you a boat, try to negotiate usually they are very accessible. We were 5 and decided to rent the boat just....  more
    This is a great location to spend the day! First, you get to the vendors where they "rent" you a boat, try to negotiate usually they are very accessible. We were 5 and decided to rent the boat just....  more »
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  • Best waterfall I've ever seen, be careful of the track if you aren't in a off road car, we just about made it without damaging the car. Also there are people at the end of the road posing as tour guides and wanting a lot of money for them to take you there and the road was tied off with some rope. We found a way around them down a back route as we didn't feel like giving them the 1000-5000 pesos that they wanted.
  • There are two entrances / 2 ways to go there. Both of them are difficult. 1st one is the more difficult one. you’ll have to drive on a extremely rocky small road, pay 20 pesos per person, then keep on driving on the rocky small road again. Our car is 4-wheel-drive Mercedes-Benz, but still I felt like my car was about to be shaken apart. And you might get lost because that’s are some Fork in the road where there’s no sign. And if you are lucky enough to get through all these, you’ll arrive at a so called “hotel”. You can park outside and walk through the “hotel” and pay 50 pesos per person plus per car. Then you’ll walk a long way, better wear a good pair of sneakers. Walk, climb, climb up and down the mountains on the wild path…. Better be care and don’t get lost….If you love climbing wild mountains, this may be good for you….we finally get to a place where you can over look the top part of the waterfall from the side…then we gave up. Maybe keep going will get you to a beautiful place where you can see the whole waterfall from side ( I don’t think you can see from the front because of the narrow gorge), but……As for the 2nd entrance/ way, you’ll have to paddle all the way there and back, only seeing the waterfall from far and side for some time. if you are a small group, get lucky to join with others for one boat, otherwise they will charge you for a whole boat ( 1600 pesos per boat, 200 pesos per person if 8 people). Lots of padding and hot sun….but you may make some friends, paddle as a team, splash one another and water fight with other boat. The last but not the least, stop the boat on the way back, climb up a little hill and swim in a cave, which is a unique experience. Overall if you are looking for swimming below or near a waterfall or a relaxing vacation, it’s not for you.

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