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Paid 70 to park and visit cascadas. Can stay overnight. Big parking easy for big rig. In the middle of the village. Tienda to pay WiFi 20 per hour.
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We werent lucky as we had a storm before coming here so the water wasn't blue BUT this is a must see ! Less touristic as the other waterfall.
You can sleep on the parking lot
Paid 60 pesos total (20 for town entry, 40 for waterfall). The actual falls are very beautiful and worth every peso. However, the rest of the experience wasn't great. LOTS of people, lots of people annoying you asking for money, lots of obnoxious people playing their stupid music at stupid loud volumes
I came on a Sunday afternoon. I intended to park overnight but left after two hours. The loud music omg. My guess is that if you were here on a weekday, this would be much nicer and a must see.Report Check-In
The waterfalls are seriously one of the kind- comparable if not better than Agua Azules. But I'm not going to lie, this place sucks for camping. It's in a field in the middle of town. Dogs were barking around the van all night, heavy smoke from people burning stuff was blowing in and out, the kids are annoying you to tip them for nothing, music was blasting until 1AM, and some guy drove around town at 5am-630am blaring his horn constantly. We've been traveling for 6 months and it's like the worst aspects of every campground in Mexico/Central America all combined into one. I know it's convenient but trust me, make the falls a day trip then get out.Report Check-In
We had a rough night here. About 10 dogs around our camper started yelling during 1 hour in the middle of the night. Then, at 4h45, bus started to honk until we woke up at 6h30.Report Check-In
The waterfall is super beautifull and perfect for a day of relaxing and enjoying! However I’m traveling alone as a woman with a special dog and I felt not so safe to stay for the night... children kept on pushing me to buy stuff, so sadly I left the parkinglot to sleep somewhere else :-/Report Check-In
$30p/p, $10p to park. Open 8-5pm. We arrived at 4pm, paid $70p for two people and a dog for tickets the next day. Although we still went for a dip that day. When you approach the river, to the right (upstream) is where locals hang and wash clothes and bathe. To the left are the major falls with bathrooms, picnic tables, palapas. Caution if it's raining the falls will be brown and raging way harder than normal, which floods the place a little bit. We were worried about driving out of this grassy parking area after the rain but rallied it no problem in our 2wd Sprinter.Report Check-In
Paid 70 to park and visit cascadas. Can stay overnight. Big parking easy for big rig. In the middle of the village. Tienda to pay WiFi 20 per hour.Report Check-In