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In Cuetzalan, ecotourism enthusiasts will discover a natural paradise surrounded by waterfalls, where all sorts of adventurous activities are possible. Buried deep in the Bosque de Niebla (Fog Forest), three commanding waterfalls await discovery.

Start your expedition at the Cascada Las Hamacas, a natural space that consists of a series of sinkholes and a majestic waterfall. Bathing suits are indispensable, as you’ll no doubt want to dive in for a crisp swim in its crystalline waters. Campsites are available for rent, if you’re interested in spending a night in these near-pristine surroundings.

Continue your expedition through the Bosque de Niebla by heading over to the Las Brisas waterfall, an ideal place for a day trip and a swim in its natural pond. The formidable, 17-meter (55-foot) waterfall is a must-see, particularly if you’re visiting with your family, since you’ll be able to experience it by swimming in the natural, 2-meter (6-foot) deep sinkhole right below it, which culminates in a kiddie pool.

The El Salto waterfall is the perfect place in which to defy vertigo in a very safe way. This waterfall is the smallest of the three, since it’s only 30 feet in height. Make sure to get the ropes ready, as it’s possible to rappel down its rocky wall, descending over the water. Swimming is not recommended, since strong undercurrents are common.

In Cuetzalan, ecotourism enthusiasts will discover a natural paradise surrounded by waterfalls, where all sorts of adventurous activities are possible. Buried deep in the Bosque de Niebla (Fog Forest), three commanding waterfalls await discovery.

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Start your expedition at the Cascada Las Hamacas, a natural space that consists of a series of sinkholes and a majestic waterfall. Bathing suits are indispensable, as you’ll no doubt want to dive in for a crisp swim in its crystalline waters. Campsites are available for rent, if you’re interested in spending a night in these near-pristine surroundings.

Continue your expedition through the Bosque de Niebla by heading over to the Las Brisas waterfall, an ideal place for a day trip and a swim in its natural pond. The formidable, 17-meter (55-foot) waterfall is a must-see, particularly if you’re visiting with your family, since you’ll be able to experience it by swimming in the natural, 2-meter (6-foot) deep sinkhole right below it, which culminates in a kiddie pool.

The El Salto waterfall is the perfect place in which to defy vertigo in a very safe way. This waterfall is the smallest of the three, since it’s only 30 feet in height. Make sure to get the ropes ready, as it’s possible to rappel down its rocky wall, descending over the water. Swimming is not recommended, since strong undercurrents are common.

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