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No words can express how beautiful this place is. Surprising to know that not much pictures nor videos have been taken from this place. Would love to see someone use a drone to capture its immense beauty.
When we decided to go, we had no idea what to expect, but were so glad we went.
The waterfalls themselves are amazing to look at, with multiple levels cascading down and the water has an incredible azure colour.
Take swimwear so that you can...More
I didn’t really learn about Roberto Barrios until I arrived in Palenque. I took a half day tour with Kichan Bajlum tours. It was about a 40 minute drive from town. There are multiple levels of waterfalls in all directions it seems! Locals are excited...More
We took a collectivo from near the market in Palenque to Roberto Barrios (50 pesos per person one way). We had heard good things about the waterfalls and that they are less touristy than Agua Azul. Reading previous reviews we thought that it would be...More
Camping style toilets 5 pesos before you go down to the waterfall. Saw howler monkeys from afar. You may be able to pay for local guides to guide you down the waterfalls (jumping) but if you are risk adverse you can stay at the top...More
Awesome cascades, spend 4 hours here just in the water. another 2 just visiting the jungle. Take the offroad road if you have an appropriate vehicle, not so much crowded. entrance is 25 pesos per person. Gave the local people a good tip, so he...More
We ended up here after our guide at Palenque suggested the side trip. It was one of our favorite days of our trip! We had already been to Agua Azul, and enjoyed walking the falls and swimming in the pools where allowed. We were expecting...More
Great for a chilled out afternoon relaxing. We had a lot of fun exploring the different waterfalls, you could definitely spend a few hours there at least. I haven’t been to agua azul but the friends I whent with have and they said its basically...More
I said something to my husband about how it would be cool to spend the night there and a local overheard and said she had a relative that could rent a room that had a bathroom with it. We couldn't because we just didn't have... More
I said something to my husband about how it would be cool to spend the night there and a local overheard and said she had a relative that could rent a room that had a bathroom with it. We couldn't because we just didn't have an extra day but I have no doubt that if you are so inclined you could arrange something with the locals-- but it's obviously going to be pretty basic.