Ride a Zipline at Cascada Tulimán
This waterfall is found in the middle of a pine and oak forest of about 227 acres. The Quetzalapan River creates the falls when it reaches this point rushing at full force. It then slows down, forming pools where people swim. There are three different falls that together have a height of 886 feet. There are cabins around the water as part of the ecotourism park that includes the falls. There are also campgrounds, a hanging bridge, and zipline. You can swim in the mineral spring. Those wishing to may rappel down a cliff, climb trees, and peek inside the hollowed-out interior of a tree.
Cascadas Tuliman, Potrero De Quetzalapa, Zacatlán, Puebla, MéxicoSee map