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Rivers in Mexico

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79 rivers in Mexico

Rivers in Monterrey
Santa Lucia Riverwalk (Paseo Santa Lucia)
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The Santa Lucía river walk is better place you can go for a walk or just relaxing, but it's so good because when it's Christmas or any holiday the people that in Santa Lucía river walk decorate all the park and in the night looks amazing.
Rivers in Playa del Carmen
Underground Rivers of Xcaret
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In Xcaret there are two different routes to see the underground rivers and both are worth seeing because they're already included in the price of your ticket. One of the routes is closed all the way and is not recommended for people afraid of the dark because it's completely dark. The other path has more outdoor areas and colorful fish to see, but not as many as are in Xel Ha (another park that's recommended if you are looking to snorkel). These rivers are part of the network of channels under the Yucatan Peninsula and it's nice to explore around down there, even though sometimes it's closed and you can see how much man-made work has been done on it.
Rivers in Palenque
Usumacinta River
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The Usumacinta is one of the greatest rivers in Mexico which serves as a border between Chiapas, Mexico and Peten, Guatemala. The river has always been of great importance, since it represents a highway in the area, isolated in both countries. Covered in vegetation and full of wildlife, it is easy to see hundreds of birds, howler monkeys and crocodiles on its shores. Nearby you can visit Yaxchilan and Piedras Negras, two archaeological sites of the Mayan civilization. It is one of the most important border crossings between the two countries, easy to negotiate with boatmen a small discount.
Rivers in Soyopa
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Rivers in Tampico
Pánuco River
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I cross the Panuco River every two weeks to visit family and I always sit on the shore in the shade of some trees to watch the sunset and enjoy the tranquility. I´ve taken several photos on different days that have been particularly spectacular and special for me.
Rivers in Palenque
Clear Water
This wonderful turquoise blue river is surrounded by jungle. About 23 kilometres south of Palenque, it transports you to the grandeur of creation and its indigenous people. The children in the community will offer you a tour in a small wooden raft that they built themselves, and you can discover the surroundings from the water. The seafront is unbeatable at sunset, where you can see white herons flying over the river.
Rivers in Villahermosa
Sunrise on Grijalva
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After a good party it is good to hold out as long as you can, until the morning rain lets see this beautiful landscape, it was good to have a camera at that moment. This picture was taken from Villahermosa. After the storm comes the calm, and this photo is a good example of that. A good place to be between two worlds. On the river grijalva. From here you can do a spot of sightseeing in the city center.
Rivers in Pinal de Amoles
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Rivers in Celestún
Entrada de mar: Punta Ninum en la ría de Celestún
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The ever beautiful Celestun estuary is approximately 90 km west of Merida. A place filled with beauty and where the most exotic yucatecas species live, such as the renound pink flamingo. The journey begins on a pier where you will enjoy the 2 hour trip along the Celstun estuary. The great advantage is that you don´t need to book, therefore rarely will you have to queue as there are 50 boats and 6 people per boat. So relax, there is room for everyone. From here we go in search of Esperanza estuary, approximately five miles away. This part is fun and exciting as the boat picks up speed. I recommend that you sit at the top of the boat and feel the air and all the beauty of the landscape in the flesh. You´ll love it!. This is good place to fish for shrimp, mackerel, crab and sea bass. What´smore there are over 300 types of birds: beautiful herons, frigates, cormorants, black hawks and even kingfishers without forgetting of course the proto, the Flamingos!. The journey continues ....
Rivers in Allende
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Rivers in Ciudad Valles
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Rivers in San Felipe
Ría Lagartos
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I really enjoy this boat trip it was amazing they take you to the coloradas waters & u can get a free mud mask all over your body.
Rivers in Los Mochis
Boca del Río
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It was taken one day at dawn, around 07:00 hrs and there was a bit of mist that was posing for the camera , I think it's one of the best I've taken of nature.
Rivers in Cuernavaca
Amacuzac River
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Raft Mexico is a nature tourism company whose main service is going down the river, the Rio Amacuzac in Morelos and Rio Pescados in Veracruz. Rafting is one of the best experiences that a human being can ever have, emotion and adrenaline challenge oneself, always with a conscious respect and admiration for nature. Often such activities are the only way to get to places where the beauty of the ecosystem meets human reason. Not only is it challenging but the practice this activity leads to discovering emotions and where each raft passenger serves an important role to dodge obstacles or rapids. It is a team that should be understood as such, not only in this activity but in everyday life.
Rivers in Villahermosa
Grijalva River
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Crossing the state of Tabasco and there are parts where the endless river is very wide, in other parts it is very cautious. There are small boats that you can use to cross from one side to another and also some boats take you out for a short tour the river.
Rivers in Ciudad Valles
Río Tampaon
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River Rafting in this category three river is an unforgettable experience that gives us an adrernalin boost, with experienced guides.
Rivers in León
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Rivers in Jalcomulco
Rio Pescados
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The small town of Jalcomulco is located around 30km from Jalapa-Veracruz, more or less. Due to its geographical location in jungles of Veracruz, this river is a favorite for rafting throughout the year and there are sections suitable for all ages. In Veracruz, there are multiple companies that offer rafting trips along the Rio Pescado all year long. There are options which let you raft 11 miles in a day, to longer tours of 4-6 days. Some companies have built "eco villages" on the bank of the Rio Pescado which not only offer rafting, but also ziplines, climbing, hiking...some even have pools and sweat lodges. The local cabins are sufficient for most tourists and the villages in the area are charming and lots of interesting people go there to camp. These companies have extensive experience and the guides are certified for your security. Prices range between $800.00 and $5,000.00 depending on the service you choose.
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