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Tequesquitengo

Diving: is one of the main attractions of Tequesquitengo, since it is the only way to appreciate the remains of the submerged town, highlighting the bell tower of the old church of San Juan Bautista. There are also schools on the lake's shore where you can get started in this activity.

Water Skiing: Tequesquitengo is called the “water skiing capital”, so lessons in this sport abound. They are given for an hour and include a boat ride. The less skillful can do the activity riding on an inflatable camera.

Cable skiing: it is a modality of water skiing. The difference lies in the fact that the person is pulled by an electric cable and not by a motorcycle or boat.

Flyboard: Can you imagine combining water and air at the same time? This activity consists of flying over the water, about 10 meters ( 33 feet ), propelled by a jet ski. The water jets travel through two hoses connected to a board, where the person stands and waits to be ejected over the water.

Kayak, jet skis, and bananas: these are the traditional boats for touring Lake Tequesquitengo. They are rented per hour and it is not necessary to be accompanied by an instructor.

Soen: it is the boat-disco that every night sails the Tequesquitengo Lake so that the visitors can enjoy a party until dawn. It has a boat service for passengers to return to the dock at the time they wish.

Rafting: the waters of the lower section of the Amacuzac River are ideal for descending in inflatable boats, as they have category II and III rapids. This activity takes place 20 minutes from Tequesquitengo.
Diving: is one of the main attractions of Tequesquitengo, since it is the only way to appreciate the remains of the submerged town, highlighting the bell tower of the old church of San Juan Bautista. There are also schools on the lake's shore where you can get started in this activity.

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Water Skiing: Tequesquitengo is called the “water skiing capital”, so lessons in this sport abound. They are given for an hour and include a boat ride. The less skillful can do the activity riding on an inflatable camera.

Cable skiing: it is a modality of water skiing. The difference lies in the fact that the person is pulled by an electric cable and not by a motorcycle or boat.

Flyboard: Can you imagine combining water and air at the same time? This activity consists of flying over the water, about 10 meters ( 33 feet ), propelled by a jet ski. The water jets travel through two hoses connected to a board, where the person stands and waits to be ejected over the water.

Kayak, jet skis, and bananas: these are the traditional boats for touring Lake Tequesquitengo. They are rented per hour and it is not necessary to be accompanied by an instructor.

Soen: it is the boat-disco that every night sails the Tequesquitengo Lake so that the visitors can enjoy a party until dawn. It has a boat service for passengers to return to the dock at the time they wish.

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