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Xilitla

If you’re more of an adventurer, you will realize that Xilitla is a paradise filled with exuberant vegetation and endless rivers surrounded by nature and beautiful waterfalls.

Nothing could make a day more adventurous than visiting the surroundings of the Edward James Sculpture Garden, where the Grottoes de Xilo are located, a route known only to truly experienced backpackers, which are the perfect locations to frame adventures full of adrenaline and many emotions.

Its trails will make you feel one with the green landscape and surely, you will be amazed after accepting the challenge of descending its 50 meter petrified waterfall.

Become an expert explorer entering the heart of these caves, in which you may admire capricious rock forms carved naturally by the water that has seeped into the walls of this cave over thousands of years, as well as the various formations of stalactites, stalagmites and stalagnatos.

Put your fear of the dark aside to admire attentively the bats, faithful guardians of this labyrinth created by nature, as well as the tropical birds, reptiles and small mammals that inhabit the area. You may also visit the Grottoes de Xilitla, you can travel by foot the beautiful natural landscapes and endless trails.

Bring out your inner archaeologist while you carefully analyze the cave paintings that are preserved there waiting to reveal all the history behind the lands of the Huasteca.
If you’re more of an adventurer, you will realize that Xilitla is a paradise filled with exuberant vegetation and endless rivers surrounded by nature and beautiful waterfalls.

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Nothing could make a day more adventurous than visiting the surroundings of the Edward James Sculpture Garden, where the Grottoes de Xilo are located, a route known only to truly experienced backpackers, which are the perfect locations to frame adventures full of adrenaline and many emotions.

Its trails will make you feel one with the green landscape and surely, you will be amazed after accepting the challenge of descending its 50 meter petrified waterfall.

Become an expert explorer entering the heart of these caves, in which you may admire capricious rock forms carved naturally by the water that has seeped into the walls of this cave over thousands of years, as well as the various formations of stalactites, stalagmites and stalagnatos.

Put your fear of the dark aside to admire attentively the bats, faithful guardians of this labyrinth created by nature, as well as the tropical birds, reptiles and small mammals that inhabit the area. You may also visit the Grottoes de Xilitla, you can travel by foot the beautiful natural landscapes and endless trails.

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