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Reserva Sierra Gorda, Queretaro

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  • I loved the trip, of ida super surprising, and qued impressed taan I want to go... This great suer, the water knew cold, but at the end it was worth the trip...
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  • I went with my kids from Friday to Sunday to get to know the area, and I loved the truth. The first day we went to the cascade of the chuveje, the adventure very father because you have to walk a long stretch along the river and in the end auctions with a beautiful waterfall. We camped in the area of bridge of God, nearby, it has the basics for camping without problems. The next day we made along the River until the bridge of God. This tour is worth much. The water is cold, but bearable. Loved my children. In the afternoon we went to San Joaquin, where the climate is changing. We camped there in a public but very nice area so the next day we were to discover the caves of the Herrera. These are a few tourist caves with lighting, but they are beautiful. There are many things to know, but it requires time. You have to have patience with the road, since almost all are curved, but landscapes are worth
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  • Mexico has parts of dream and havens, the Sierra Gorda is not far behind. It contact with the nature is constant and as in much occasions, not just of know it and explore it. Took a tour of so only a day to know quickly and although was short, went to the waterfall of Chuveje, spent by Pinal of Amoles (divine, as a travel in the time), met a couple of missions, went to bathing us to where is together two rivers (them attached) and finally ate some delicious enchiladas style Queretano. It was a pleasant journey for the senses and soothing. I recommend go with time and enjoy more of the attractions offered by the region. Don't you regret!
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