5 waterfalls to visit in Puebla for Easter holidays
Puebla is a state in Mexico that offers a wide range of attractions for tourists, including colonial buildings, local cuisine, and natural wonders. One of the most exciting activities to do during Easter holidays is to visit waterfalls. Here you can read about five waterfalls in Puebla that visitors can explore.
The first waterfall is the Tulimán Waterfall, located nine kilometers from Zacatlán. The waterfall is almost 300 meters high, situated within the Tulimán Waterfalls Ecotourism Park, which offers activities like hiking, swimming, and camping. The entrance fee to the park is 150 pesos for adults and 80 pesos for children under ten.
Honey, a municipality in Puebla, has ten waterfalls in the Rincón de Chila area. Visitors can enjoy various activities at the Cascadas Paraíso Ecotourism Center, such as zip-lining, visiting a viewpoint overlooking the town of Chila de Juárez, and camping. The center offers a range of waterfalls that are five to twenty meters high, such as El Salto, Arcoíris, Cañón del Sumidero del Ángel, Cañón del Beso, Cañón de los Duendes, Cañón del Paraíso, Senda de Luz, Fuente de vida and Agua clara.
The third waterfall is the Cascada de los Pescaditos, located on the Zoquiac River in Molcaxac. It is a perfect place to relax and swim with little fish in clean water that falls into the pool. The waterfall is 30 meters high and is one of the seven clean water pools in the area.
The Aconco Waterfalls, located thirty minutes from Tetela de Ocampo, is another perfect place to spend a day with friends or a partner. Visitors can swim and have a picnic, and there are cozy cabins available for an overnight stay.
The last waterfall on the list is Las Brisas Waterfalls, located twenty minutes from the municipality of Cuetzalan. It is a tropical paradise with a waterfall that is over 17 meters high. Visitors can also apply masks to eliminate toxins from their bodies and faces.
Puebla offers an excellent opportunity for visitors to relax, connect with nature, and explore different waterfalls.
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