An underground treasure
Its name in Nahuatl means ‘water that sounds’, and this attraction does live up to its name. They were discovered more than 20 years ago, around the year 1997, in the Carrerargco community.
The first thing you will notice when you arrive is the noise of its underground river. The river water is rich in minerals, and it is surrounded by rock formations, stalactites and stalagmites of a yellow tone, which give the environment a magical touch.
At the bottom of the cave, you will be able to see a variety of pools, which, the water in these pools has healing properties, according to the locals, so we recommend you take a dip in them.
How to get to the Acocomoca Caves?
It is approximately 50 minutes from Tetela de Ocampo, take the exit towards Zacapoaxtla. When you see a sign announcing the entrance to Carrerargco, go a little further until you find the entrance to the caves.