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Perfect, magical, breathtaking!! I can not stress enough about how you must visit this place! Deep blue clear water. Multiple places to jump in where you'd never touch bottom. The current is a little strong in the big pool but we did not wear life...More
The Puente de Dios is probably one of the most beautiful spots I have experienced in Mexico. It is located on ejido land and getting to it involves walking from one of the many parking lots down a great number of steps, some of which...More
This is the common in Huasteca area, water from everywhere. I missed those nature places in the wild, now there are more tourists and spaces prepared for their visitors. Avoid holidays and weekends to have better time in close contact with nature.
They have arranged the site with ropes, so that you can safely swim down and up the river, despite the very strong current at some places.
And the best part of it is to go through the cave where the current is not too strong...More
Incredible place if you are a water and nature lover! It is truly beautiful and some exciting places to see. Jump off the 12 meter ledge or go for the one that is almost 17 meters. Let the rushing waters push to the smaller waterfall...More
Puente de Dios is a series of waterfalls arising from a river, that form this beautiful poza (pool) and dome where vencejos (swifts -- birds) live. The poza is of a very peculiar blue color, surrounded by vegetation and with strong currents, but it is...More
This a little piece of all Huasteca Potosina, this particular place, you can feel cold outside and very warm inside the water because it comes from a "manantial". I highly recommend.
To go this place I recommend you go with local people, if you have...More
I visited the Huasteca in July because it's the only time I could. I knew it was the rainy season. I knew the caves of Puente de Dios would be closed. I didn't know that EVERY waterfall in the entire area would be closed to...More