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Visited Azules. Took a collective taxi/minibus from Taxco center. 1-2 hour drive. Lots of small waterholes. Very fresh and clear/blue water - but be ready for cold water - it is fresh from the source. Pass the first water holes to get further up -...More
I am sure it looks as if my photos are photoshopped but the pools really are these colours and the greens and grays really are that spectacular.
I wished we had more time for a swim
Taxco is great but take some time out to...More
This is very interesting place especially for couples can be very romantic if you are ready to swim we went there with a little child was not so easy you have to walk and climb. It takes an hour to drive from Taxco from the...More
One of the best acuatic sites i have been to. It's hidden and still "virgin" as it doesn't have lots of shops or turist traps. Unfortunately we visited diring the rain season and the water was pretty rough and we could only see the first...More
While visiting Taxco we wanted to do more than visit historic sites, shops and restaurants. Since we didn't have a car, we arranged with a taxi driver for a tour outside of the city area. We arranged only a morning; however, we could easily have...More
As others reviewers have said, the best time to arrive is in the morning. We got there by car. Most people stay in taxco the night and leave early, we left cuernavaca at 7 am and arrived just as the park was opening.
Children would love it as well as adults! Zip lining available for around 150 pesos,which is not bad!:) Locals are friendly and helpful! Food is available and you can go up and see more waterfalls and lagoons. There is an entrance fee,but worth it....More