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The “Cascadas El Chiflón” is an amazing place in Chiapas with beautiful waterfalls, the landscape are incredible and the water has a gorgeous color and it is so clean. It is a place that you have to visit if you go to Chiapas.
These are some of the best high waterfalls in the state. Paved walking paths, a variety of cabins, a very small assortment of artisan stuff (unlike the overwhelming push in other places), nice camping and swimming, and appropriately sized and maintained make this a must...More
We spent 2-3 hours at this waterfall! Very nice half day trip. Walk up to the falls and make sure to stop by each fall lookout point. Once at the top, you can zipline down to the bottom - it was fun, but not nearly...More
Cascada el Chiflon
This is a place where you can connect with nature and enjoy the food; there is also a zip line at the top and you can go all the way down something that I do recommend to do the food is also...More
The waters in this region are a piercing blue that makes for an incredibly stunning photo. This is all before arriving at the main waterfall itself and there are many more opportunities than to just see the waterfalls!
nature at her finest. the cascades and waterfalls are the most amazing in chiapas. the color light pearl blue is just so eye catching that it takes your breath away. nature is all around and envelops the senses with it's warmth and calming envelope of...More
Beautiful place that deserve a full day visit. The waterfalls are just amazing as it is the colour of the water and there are large and safe spots to swim, as well as barbecue and picnic facilities! We regretted not to have organised a proper...More
Response from dellsworh | Reviewed this property |
Sorry. I misread the question. You're talking about the water. It pretty much is consistently the same color year around. Most of the origin comes from an ojo de agua in tzimol which in itself is interesting to see... More
Sorry. I misread the question. You're talking about the water. It pretty much is consistently the same color year around. Most of the origin comes from an ojo de agua in tzimol which in itself is interesting to see. Then it additionally gets filtered by the cane fields above. There's some erosión but not much. The area above isn't heavily farmed.