The place is very basic but extremely well-kept and clean. Only the pit toilet is in disrepair but usable. It seems that the proceeds from the camping fees (still M$ 50 pp for day use and camping) go into a community project to maintain and develop the campground and the hot springs. The area is a designated biosphere reserve. No dogs allowed (but it does not seem to be enforced).

Blog: Lucky

Place: El Chorro

Visited: January 17th, 2019

Location: 23.44058, -109.80583


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