Cascadas de Reforma Ecological Reserve
These waterfalls are surrounded by a beautiful landscape of natural pools, rainforest and abundant wildlife. You can go hiking, wild swimming, take a boat trip or venture out on kayaks.
The Cascadas de Reforma Ecological Reserve was created in November 2002, and it occupies over 22 square miles. Located along Río San Pedro—4 miles before it meets Río Usumacinta—this is one of Río San Pedro’s most beautiful landscapes. It owes its name to the fact that it borders with the ejido (common land) of Reforma.
Something you must not miss if you are in the area is the Moral-Reforma archeological site, located just over a mile away from the waterfalls in the municipality of Balancán, where you will find five magnificent Mayan stelae, four altars and a ballgame pitch. The Great Pyramid of Tabasco is enveloped by the rainforest, and its height of 89 feet makes it the tallest pyramid discovered in the state.
Cascadas de Reforma, Tabasco, MéxicoSee map