Puente de Dios, Tamasopo

4.7
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Water Body · Nature / Park
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  • This is a beautiful place but is physically challenging. I recommend a comfortable water sandal for the long walk and stair climbing. If you plan on jumping into the blue abyss make sure there are... 
    This is a beautiful place but is physically challenging. I recommend a comfortable water sandal for the long walk and stair climbing. If you plan on jumping into the blue abyss make sure there are...  more »
  • Not worth it! The walk down wasn’t to bad but the walk back up was. We were sll sweaty tired and wet and there was 28 of us including my 86 year old grandpa he was miserable and we didn’t even need.....  more
    Not worth it! The walk down wasn’t to bad but the walk back up was. We were sll sweaty tired and wet and there was 28 of us including my 86 year old grandpa he was miserable and we didn’t even need.....  more »
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  • Incredible views! You could spend the whole day here as there are so many different spots to stop and enjoy. The main/ busiest area is pretty much the first stop of the trip ..my advice is jump in as soon as you get there and as early as possible - it gets extremely busy and it tends to get very loud. We enjoyed exploring the area for about half an hour before moving on (it was a bit too rowdy for us). The best part is if you walk further down its much quieter and it is truly beautiful. You can find your own little spot to sit, swim or explore. Only warning I can offer is, the walk down and back up is quite taxing so if you're not used to hiking/ steep inclines you may struggle. I'm of moderate health and found it ok with a few stops along the way. Definitely worth a visit. There are lockers at the bottom for any bags or towels so it's also worth taking a few snacks so you don't have to walk all the way back up for food.
  • Words cannot describe how amazing this place is. Make sure you ask at the entrance if the life jackets are included in the price, if not you can either rent it outside or inside. All the places would rent you the life jackets otherwise you cannot get into the waters.

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