Cascada de Texolo

Texolo waterfall is a waterfall located east of Veracruz, Mexico . It is located 3 kilometers south of the town of Xico , in the state of Veracruz, and about 19 ​​kilometers from Xalapa.

The main waterfall is about 18-24 meters height . There is a bridge over the ravine that connects both sides of the forest. On the other side , there are two smaller waterfalls that can be seen from some of the trails in the area.

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Cascada de Tamul

Tamul waterfall is a waterfall of Mexico, the jump of the state of San Luis Potosi, on top of the canyon of the Santa Maria River, 300 m water depth larger. Tamul waterfall is 105 meters high. It is located north of the town of Aquismón, about 45 minutes from Cd. Valles.

Born flow of Gallinas River, draining just falling on the bed of the Santa Maria River. The river that feeds the river changes name to Tampaón,

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Sumidero de Popoca

The sump Popoca , also known as cellar Popoca , meaning in Nahuatl is ‘ fuming ‘ is a sink or basement Mexico 75 m high and wide appeal by the Popoca river rushes forming a beautiful waterfall or waterfall 70 m where a river is immersed in a surprisingly pit; Tectonic or a large internal lake at the bottom. Upon entering daylight along with dense vegetation covering the basement walls and water vapor that gives off a waterfall rainbow effects that cause a truly spectacular and majestic vision occur .

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Cascada de Piedra Volada

Piedra Volada Waterfall also known for Piedra Volada or waterfall cascade Huajumar is temporarily higher than Mexico, located in the state of Chihuahua in the Sierra Madre Occidental, he has a free fall of 453 meters.

It is located on the southern boundary of Basaseachic Falls National Park. Its existence is known for Huajumar premises where you can hire guides to reach the lookouts. It is noticeable during the rains,

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Piedra Bolada

Piedra Bolada is a place in the municipality of Ocampo, Chihuahua, Mexico around a stream called stone waterfall temporary Bolada highest of Mexico is. It is a waterfall located southeast of Basaseachi National Park.

This is a leap that forms a temporary stream that carries water a few days of rainstorm. It is said that a waterfall that does not carry water all year is no waterfall, hence this waterfall is not well known and that the permanent Basaseachi with 246 meters is recognized as the highest in Mexico.

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Cascada de Minas Viejas

La Cascada de Minas Viejas is located in the municipality of El Naranjo , in the state of San Luis Potosi in Mexico ( 22.22 N, 99.17 W ) .

City of San Luis Potosi, Highway 80 ( Tampico – Barra de Navidad ) is taken , 273 km to El Naranjo , once there 16 km on the road to La Hincada , the deviation towards Maitinez is taken and Minas Viejas .

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Hierve el Agua

Hierve el agua is a system of petrified waterfalls, formed by calcium carbonate. Waterfalls are of natural origin and were formed thousands of years ago, runoff water with high mineral content. The place is located about 70 km from the city of Oaxaca, in the town of San Isidro Roaguía, municipality of San Lorenzo Albarradas, State of Oaxaca, Mexico, near the archaeological site of Mitla and 630 km from the City from Mexico.

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El Salto (Michoacán)

El Salto is the name of a waterfall formed by the channel of Lerma River , 17 km northwest of the city of La Piedad , Michoacan, and south of the town of Degollado , Jalisco among the Mexican states of Michoacan and Jalisco, near the border with the state of Guanajuato. About 30 meters high, in the post revolutionary era served as a source of energy for the fall provided the energy to drive turbines that generate electricity for the city of La Piedad .

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Cascada de Cusárare

Cusárare waterfall is a permanent drop of 30 m , considered one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Mexico . It is formed from the stream with the same name and is surrounded by a pine forest , being part of the Sierra Tarahumara.

Located about 25 km southeast of the town of Creel , Chihuahua, and 2 km from the mission and community with the same name. To get can take the Ferrocarril Chihuahua al Pacifico ( Chepe ) to Creel or the road from Chihuahua to Creel ,

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Chorros del Varal

Los Chorros del Varal is a protected natural area located in the municipality of Los Reyes de Salgado in the State of Michoacan , Mexico . It is 17 km to the west of the county seat. Natural Protected Area was declared in 2007 , currently make up 72.2 hectares contained in the drawer of the ravine, from Salto to the Boards . Process is essential buffer area for all Natural Protected Area established.

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Parque nacional Cascada de Basaseachi

This national park of Mexico is known for the waterfall that gives it its name, considered the second highest in the country (after the waterfall Stone Bolada, located in the same national park), with 246 meters of free fall on Candameña the canyon, which makes it the fifth largest in America and the twenty-first worldwide.

The area is not mentioned in any document of the early years of the colonial era,

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Cascada de Basaseachi

The Basaseachi (occasionally written Basaseachic) ​​is a waterfall located in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico, with a height of 246 m free fall, is the highest permanent waterfall of Mexico.

The Basaseachi is located high in the Sierra Madre Occidental, in the municipality of Ocampo, 3 km from the town of Basaseachi and about 265 km west of the city of Chihuahua, is communicated through the Federal Highway 16 and its surroundings is the Basaseachic Falls National Park officially declared in the official journal of the federation on February 2nd,

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