The photos are not that great but will give you an idea. Notice the stairs, cut strategically to enable a steeper incline, as well as a row of chairs located on the platform from which you can swim. For the adventurous, rappeling into the water is also available for an additional $50 pesos per person. Entry to the mini-park, complete with picnic tables and a restaurant, is $30 pesos. You can also camp there for $200 pesos a night on specially built platforms (tent included). If you have your own tent, the rate drops to $100 pesos.
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