Rappelling next to the Tamul waterfall
Known as “the Huasteca jewel,” the Tamul waterfall, with its 105 meters of height, is the symbol of the majesty of the Potosinan Huasteca. To descend next to it is a whole living experience for the admirable landscape that is observed at the top, to the sensation, vertigo and adrenaline rush that flows from your pores as you descend through the special systems. The experience is enriched with a trip by canoe through the canyon that will take us to the “cenote Huasteco” (Huastecan natural well) or “Cueva del Agua” (the cave of water), and then later taste regional dishes at a home cooked buffet in the community of “La Morena.”
Rafting on the Tampaón River
This is a Class III river. Extraordinary scenery of turquoise blue waters. See More!
Rafting on the Micos River
This is a Class II river. It is a scenic and fun descent 20 kilometers (a little over 12 miles) from the city of Valles. See More!
Rafting on the Meco River
This tour is only done during the rainy season in the town of El Naranjo. See More!
Rappelling in Minas Viejas & Waterfall Jumping
The Minas Viejas waterfall measures 50 meters (a little over 164 feet) and is surrounded by exuberant vegetation. See More!
Waterfall jumping on the Micos River
One kilometer (over one half mile) of river, jumping from each of its 7 beautiful waterfalls, each of different dimensions. See More!
Rappelling by the Tamul waterfall
Live the excitement of descending 105 meters (over 344 feet) with a cord next to the tallest waterfall of the Huasteca region, and the State of San Luis Potosi. See more!
Stand Up Paddle in Huichihuayan
We use an inflatable surf board that is led with a long oar. Huichihuayan is a beautiful place that creates a natural well; it is shallow, totally crystalline and clean. See more!
Stand Up Paddle at the El Toro Waterfall
Located on the Micos River, the waterfall of El Toro highlights the beauty of this river, surrounded by exuberant vegetation. See more!
Scuba Diving at Media Luna
Discover the marvelous underwater world by diving in La Media Luna, a thermal spring on the Rio Verde, San Luis Potosí. See more!