Visit the Huasteca Waterfalls
This excursion consists of a tour of the most beautiful waterfalls of the Potosinan Huasteca, beginning with the Micos waterfalls, and then the Minas Viejas waterfall that has an impressive fall of 50 meters. Its basin forms beautiful wells of turquoise blue surrounded by vegetation, which makes this place the perfect space for relaxing in contact with nature.
Aftewards we will visit an observation area to contemplate the Meco waterfall, 35 meters in height, and is located on limestone, which makes this place a unique attraction. It was here that a famous soap opera of 2007 was filmed.
We will finish this tour at the Salto waterfall that has a height of 70 meters, and is one of the most impressive in the rainy season since as it falls it creates an extraordinary breeze and huge natural springs ideal for swimming. The Salto waterfall can only be seen during the rainy season because it has a hydroelectric plant installed in its own basin, which detours the water during the rest of the year.
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!