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Tolantongo Caves, Ixmiquilpan
Categories: Hot Springs, Caves, Nature & Parks
Take a dip in the mystical paradise that is Tolantongo Caves high in the mountains. The caves are divided into two areas. The larger grotto features a warm natural pool, stalactites, stalagmites, and an increase in temperature as a result of mineral-rich water misting in from the ceiling and walls. Rest in the flowing stream inside the cave or unwind in the waterfall pools, which are natural cliffside springs. For the adventurous, experience a 1,800 m (1.1 mi) zipline or the suspension bridge. Listen to the echoes of the waterfall with mountains all around. Plan to visit Tolantongo Caves and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Ixmiquilpan attractions using our Ixmiquilpan itinerary maker.
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Maravilloso lugar, en el estado de Hidalgo a 2 hrs de Pachuca, es un lugar que cuenta con un Rio, una cueva y unas pozas (albercas pequeñas) de agua transparente y caliente y lo mejor de todo es que e... read more »Wonderful place, in the State of Hidalgo to 2 hrs of Pachuca, is a place that has a river, a cave and a transparent and hot water pools (small pools) and best of all is that it is water that flows, i.e. water that does not stay stagnant and is beautiful in any of them you can get one. It is worthwhile to go during the week to enjoy the place on weekends is a world of people. It has hotel, can not be reserved by phone or by internet, we must get to the place to make your reservation. It has areas for camping, restaurant and very well-stocked shop. Of course that he would again thousand times, but during the week!show original
Ahi les va un poco de orientacion, busque en internet como llegar y en ningun lado te dicen bien. Consejos: yo llegue a Ixmiquilpan, hay una iglesia llamada san antonio, enfrente esta como un estacion... read more »There them goes a bit of guidance, look for in internet as arrive and in any side you say well. Tips: I get Ixmiquilpan, there is a church called san antonio, takes this as a parking lot where they exit the bus at 7:00 am, 11:30, 1:00 and 6:30 pm are only those outputs, there is more to the caves, road is approx. 1 hr. Coming charge you per day $120 entry. There you can stay at any hotel. I recommend "The Grotto" section is near the tunnel and caves (awesome) you can camp or hotel. It's like waking up in a paradise. There can do hiking (you go walking to the pools) this father much leg, or you can go in a combi which you climb and charged $60 if you're alone, if fills up $5. The truth to my me fascino to relax is and the views not have price. Back eye the exits to ixmiquilpan are more early, ask there, but the last is at 5 pm. Highly recommend it... take shoe diver and lamp and there selling covers for the cell phone that does not get wet. Awesome place!show original
fui con familia de vacaciones,y visitamos las grutas de tolantongo es un lugar padrisimo,sus aguas termales,su gente,su gastronomía,es excelente lugar para descansar,y disfrutar de la naturalezaI went with family on holiday, and we visited the tolantongo grottos is a place really cool, its thermal waters, its people, its gastronomy, it is excellent place to rest and enjoy the natureshow original
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