Salto de Eyipantla Waterfall


Located within the Los Tuxtlas region, the name of this waterfall means “Jump of the Three Streams” in Nahuatl. It is believed that this place was the refuge of Tlaloc, the god of the rain within pre-Hispanic cultures.

Only a few minutes from San Andrés Tuxtla, you’ll find this 197-foot waterfall that explodes in a spectacular roar. Whether you be watching from the viewpoint above the waterfall or at its foot, the panoramic views are exceptional. The 165-foot waterfall originates from the Río Grande de Catemaco. If you get close enough to it, you will feel the breeze caused by the strength of the stream as it hits the water.


Salto De Eyipantla, Centro, San Andrés Tuxtla, Ver., México

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