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As described in other reviews, this requires a bit of a hike - through beautiful scenery & past very nice cabins.
Although it is all downhill to get to the falls, and a long uphill climb back!
Worth the trip, but plan for hike back,...More
You may not access to the waterfall by car so there are 3 options for accessing to it, the first 2 options is by a neighborhood that’s why you may not access by car. Entering by the neighborhood offers 2 options the 1st one is...More
Beautiful waterfall. It is a long walk to waterfall if traveling with small children highly recommend the atv tours since they take you to a point and all you have to do is walk down to the waterfalls. Beautiful place.
It's actually easy to find the falls if you've been there but I couldn't find any good directions. I hope this helps. From the plaza, head Northwest toward Manual Cardenas Mata street. Turn left. It's a one way going SW. Take it to Vallarta street,...More
Our group decide to do the Cascada el Salto trip not asking or reading how the road was. BIG MISTAKE, We have 3 under 5 children and we couldn't continue the horse back riding for the 1 1/2 hour to the location. Glad we didn't...More
We hired Juan Pablo to take us from Ajijic to Mazamitla. He arranged 4 wheelers for us to the falls. School wasn't out yet, so it wasn't crowded. Since the rainy season is just getting started, the falls were nice. It not flowing at their...More
If you like to hike though pine forests and view beautiful cabañas along the way, this is not to be missed. From Mazamitla, it's 4km mostly downhill to the waterfalls and 4km back. We skipped taking horses offered us, and it only took about 4-1/2...More