Santuario de las Luciernagas, Tlaxcala
(4.3/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • just get is a pleasant experience that allows you to turn on the Hill, walk through the gardens or eat something in the restaurant. Since it falls the night is when he begins one of the experiences more pleasant that I had. all your around will illuminate with the lights of fireflies that are everywhere. guides arman groups and tell you legends of the place. I recommend you join a small group so that you can hear the explanations of the guides without problem. If you go with older adults or small children it is a little difficult to travel because the fall night is all dark and it is easy to fall or resvalarse.
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  • It's a great natural spectacle, just should go very well warm, bring a good waterproof, because it rains enough and many want to look through the lens. Not allowed to take photos of any kind
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  • It is a show that leaves you speechless, fortunately I had a day where there was a small drizzle in the afternoon and by the obscure, there was a huge number of fireflies in their mating ritual, it's amazing to be a spectator of such a beautiful show, a highly recommended experience for anyone and for any Pocket since you can take complete tours which include trips to different places of Tlaxcala You can get to camping at forest either can only be reached by car to watch the show by which charge between 100 and 250 pesos per person depending on the camp.
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  • It is a unique and intense experience. SHOW INCREDIBLE OF FIREFLIES. EYE. In the muddy forest under heavy rain and a temperature of 5 degrees approx. must go with ecotourism professionals who already have an alliance with any of the groups within the sanctuary. For example we did with Huasteca Adventure which has a partnership with El Madroño. IMPORTANT because relatives ignored and had a bad experience because they lost in the forest for several hours due to a false Guide to them offered their services, until police and rescue bodies helped them. NOT CHILDREN OR SENIOR CITIZENS.
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  • the sanctuary of the fireflies in nanacamilpa, tlaxcala, is a very nice place and admire fireflies at night is amazing, photo cannot be taken or video to the fireflies that may die with the light but the experience is unforgettable I recommend camping and enjoy the forest
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  • It is an excellent place to commune with nature gave them some tips that I have not seen on the internet, Nanacamilpa is a town dedicated to ecotourism consists of different ranches where one can enter the forest and appreciate nature, small fireflies the perfect period to visit is in the month of July, as the rainy season prevented with good quality waterproof not recommend those who sell made in China are lousy , equal go with tennis because usually have mud and can one get to slide is also les recommend camping.
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  • Beautiful spectacle of the nature. Nothing more than not go away with the feints of photos nothing to do. They are fireflies and their light is small therefore is as if you saw star in the forest. That Yes fix is that Tour take, Santa clearly is very overrated. Otherwise beautiful.
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  • Amazing place recommend you... You can spend an amazing day with your family and then the tour of the fireflies... the date June, July and early August...
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