Tamasopo & Puente de Dios (Bridge of God)

On this excursion we visit the Puente de Dios, which is a type of cavern formed by natural rock, and through which the rays of the sun enter through a crevice, creating an effect of artificial illumination on the water. In this place you will be able to observe the turquoise blue of the water, the stalactites and stalagmites on the walls, which makes this an unforgettable experience.

Afterwards we will go to the Tamasopo waterfalls, a place of lush vegetation, which gives way to a real Eden. To listen to the sound of the water as it falls from 20 meters of height, and to observe how the uniformed sheet of water slides and divides through the rocks becomes a total spectacle that your eyes will enjoy.

  • Physical activity during the trip is low.
  • Children 3 years old may attend.
  • Time required is a whole day.
  • Ideal season is all the year.

Ecotourism Activities

  • Xilitla & Sótano de las Huahuas

    Excursion to the Edward James surrealist garden, the town of Xilitla and Sótano of the Huahuas. See More!

  • Xilitla & Sotano de las Golondrinas

    Tour of the Edward James surrealist garden, the town of Xilitla and the Sótano of the Golondrinas (Swallows.) See More!

  • Trip to the Tamul Waterfall by canoe

    Crossing the Tampaón River by “pangas”, typical wooden boats. See More!

  • Trip to Tamasopo & Puente de Dios

    Tamasopo, “a place where water drips” is a natural spa, which delineates a 25 meter (over 82 feet) waterfall. See More!

  • Waterfalls Circuit Excursion

    Visit the waterfalls of Micos, El Meco, El Salto, and Minas Viejas! See More!

  • Tamtoc & Thermal Waters

    Tamtoc gives us a clear idea of the characteristics of the life of the first inhabitants of this area. See More!

  • Excursion to Tambaque & Mantetzulel

    Tambaque in Huasteco means “place of the very low water”, and is a shallow crystalline fountain in which one may relax. See More!

  • Visit to Castle of Health

    Tour the town of Xilitla, and visit Beto Ramón’s “castle of health”. See More!

  • Trip to the Voladores of Tamaletón

    The Eagles or Hawks Dance, better known as the Ritual Ceremony of the Fliers. See More!