This extraordinary limestone sinkhole is also known as “Swallows Cave” or “Swallows basement”. It is one of the worlds deepest pit at 512 meters with a free fall of 376 meters. The sinkhole is known for its thousands of vencejos (white-collared swifts) that nest in the cave. At dawn flocks
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Marco from Couchsurfing had agreed to host us while staying in Jalpan. He lived on the hill side in a nice one bedroom apartment, where we could park the motorcycles in the front yard.   Do you want all the highlights from the waterfalls and our visit in Jalpan? Check
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We know that it is the dry season, but still we have not given up finding amazing and beautiful waterfalls. On our way to Jalpan Esben had a waterfall on our map called Cascada El Salto, which is a 70 meter tall waterfall and several natural pools. When we came
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We loved the national parks (NP) and want to visit even more parks. The next one is gonna be Sierra de Gorda NP, BUT on our way we decided to visit Jerez, which is known for is traditional Easter celebration. The Eater holiday and celebration is big in Mexico, and
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We have had enough of the city and was missing the nature, so we decided to drive east and visit two National Parks (NP) “Mexiquillo” (left picture) and “Sierra de Organos” (right picture) for some hiking.   We drove east on the old highway 40, which is known as “El
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It was a challenge for us to get everything in order for the ferry from La Paz to Mazatlán. It is not like in Denmark. This post will take you step by step from booking the tickets to arrival in Mazatlán. We hope than this will help you when you
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