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Dunas de Yeso, Cuatro Cienegas

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  • The sand truly is white; be sure to take a hat and good quality sunglasses as it's very reflective. It's an easy walk around, and there are terrific photography opportunities. Mid-day it can get crowd...  more »
  • This place is in the middle of nothing, out of nowhere white sand appears before your eyes. It is something worth visiting. Unfortunately the tourism is barely starting in Cuatro Cienegas so there is ...  more »
  • This a beautiful place. If you enjoy observing nature and it's landforms you will enjoy it. The guide was very friendly and helpful. Was knowledgeable about the dunes and their history.  more »
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  • A landscape like from another planet! The place is very nice and impressive, unfortunately both the surrounding area as the way to get something dirty by garbage people shooting. Leaving the road, you should go several minutes by a dirt road that is in terrible condition and is difficult to navigate for buses. There is no public transport to the place, so it is essential to go in their own car or hire a tour in the town of Cuatro Cienegas. To enter, it is mandatory to go with a guide who engages in the office of the blue pool, and is only allowed to be 30 minutes in the place. You should go prepared with light clothing and color clear that it takes whole body, sunscreen, water and hat; The sunglasses are essential because the whiteness of the sand dunes in the Sun can hurt the eyes.
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  • It is a wonderful place, they have to know it. If you pay into the Poza Azul, this gives them access to the dunes of gypsum, otherwise, only pay a fee of 30 pesos. You should go with good weather since the trucks to enter row is long in high season, not be the rest of the year, but in truth I think a must-see since you are in the area.
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  • Place not to be missed. There is that pay where is "blue pond" and there splitting with a guide otherwise you will find the closed entrance. Get ready to walk barefoot and enjoy the dunes.
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  • Spectacular. A wonderful natural amazing. Really you should visit.
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