Tamul Waterfall – Cascada de Tamul is located in the municipality of Aquismón in the southeastern part of the state of San Luis Potosí, Mexico.
The waterfall is located on the river Gallinas, right where it flows into Santa Maria. From then on, the waters of the two rivers flow into what is called Tampaón, which later flows into the Gulf of Mexico as Pánuco.
The waterfall is accessed by the San Luis Potosí road, in the village of El Saucito and at the village La Morena ejido, they have an official pier, parking area and places to camp where they can hire their boatman on which provides your safety equipment for your trip.
Access : Coordinates: 21.801389°, -99.179444° / The Tamul waterfall It is located north of the municipality of Aquismón, approximately 45 minutes from Ciudad Valles.
- The waterfall with its imposing fall of 105 mts to join the Santa María River that has sculpted impressive canyons, and from there its name derives, Tampaon River, “Place where the water splits the hills” in the Teenek language.
- The lower part is easiest to reach by boat , It is possible to abseil, among other activities. As well as swimming in an impressive cave of crystal clear water with more than 45 m depth and an absorbing tranquility and beauty.
- Another way to get to know the Tamul waterfall is to rappel. To do this, you must reach the El Naranjito ejido.
Go next : The village of El Saucito / village, La Morena. / Ciudad Valles is a city in the Mexican state of San Luis Potosí. / San Luis Potosi is the capital and most populous city of the Mexican state of San Luis Potosi.