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Cascada de Basaseachi National Park

Yecora, Mexico
+52 642 135 2874
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A great cascade on a great place

Visiting the famous Sierra Madre where Tarahumara runners live? Don't mis the Basaseachi waterfall... read more

Reviewed 24 November 2017
Hilario A
Just a trickle

It requires some travel to get to this national park but from the vista point, we could imagine how... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2017
scott10jo
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NW Mountains, NC
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“rainy season” (4 reviews)
“copper canyon” (2 reviews)
“vista point” (2 reviews)
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Yecora, Mexico
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Reviewed 24 November 2017

Visiting the famous Sierra Madre where Tarahumara runners live? Don't mis the Basaseachi waterfall, very pretty if you see it from and of the sightsee point or if you downhill to the bottom and take a bath on the ice cold water on the bottom....More

Thank Hilario A
Reviewed 11 July 2017

It requires some travel to get to this national park but from the vista point, we could imagine how the falls would be amazing snuggled into the canyons and cliffs. It was at the beginning of the rainy season, so it was hard to even...More

Thank scott10jo
Reviewed 13 April 2017 via mobile

The view of the mountains is fantastic. The waterfall itself is a bit disappointing. Nice place to visit but it is a bit out of the way

Thank jcisinthehouse
Reviewed 15 November 2016

A group of three of us took a tour to Cascada de Basaseachi with Arturo from Umarike Expedicciones in Creel in October. I would HIGHLY recommend Arturo, he was great! He speaks both English and Spanish, and we had mentioned to him that we did...More

3  Thank hurley_forever
Reviewed 12 October 2016

A must to visit! We visited the waterfall in rainy weather, which makes it more beautiful. We leave the city of Chihuahua at 7 am and arrived at 11 am without any problems, the road is in good condition and well marked. We stayed in...More

1  Thank SofiaFlores
Reviewed 30 June 2015

It requires some travel to get to this national park but from the vista point, the falls are stunning against the backdrop of the canyons and cliffs. You may visit at the top or hike down to the bottom to further enjoy the experience.

Thank CurtD409
Reviewed 26 March 2015

Some what hard to get if you don't have your own car but make an effort because it is well worth the effort to see this beautiful waterfall. The walk down to base is steep and rocky but again worth effort if you have the...More

1  Thank Bob D
Reviewed 15 March 2015

This is the second highest waterfall in Mexico at 300 meters, about 1000 feet for you people that don't use the metric system. There are several different viewpoints around the canyon to view the falls and a very extensive trail system to hike the area...More

1  Thank robpeeler2
Reviewed 27 September 2014

If you visit during the rainy season, you will assuredly be much impressed! It is the fifth highest in the Americas at 807 ft. ( 246 meters) Absolutely spectacular setting! It's a bit off the beaten path and there isn't any regular bus service, so...More

2  Thank Jimmie54
Reviewed 5 November 2013

Its about a 3miles or 5kilometers hike and i didnt mind it at all. The end result is worth every bit of it something everyone has to experience. The fall is so strong and empowering makes you feel like your at the top of the...More

1  Thank EvelynM26
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Sasha R
23 June 2015|
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Response from SofiaFlores | Reviewed this property |
Entra en Facebook a Chihuahua Barbaro, es una agencia de viajes ahi te reservan cabañas Rancho San Lorenzo (ellos tambien tienen Facebook). Las cabañas son rusticas, con cocineta, lleva utencilios de cocina ( no tienen!)
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