Tzintzuntzan, archaeological capital of the Tarasco lordship
Walk along some the steep paths to the starting point of Las Golondrinas, one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the state of Puebla.
DISCOVER THE BIRD NESTS
Let the guides show you around the area. Discover the bird nests of swallows along the lateral walls of the canyon that give the waterfall its name. Listen to how the bird songs mix with the falling water and enjoy the surrounding vegetation.
PRACTICE RAPPELLING AND FREE FALLING
There is a 160-feet fall where you can practice rappelling. Hire the services of a specialized company, since previous training and authorized equipment is required. Climb halfway down the wall and then descend the rest in free fall.
COOL OFF IN THE CURRENTS
Once you are finished, take a dip in the 13-feet deep natural pool. You can swim and enjoy the refreshing water currents.
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