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>Day 1: enjoy breakfast at one of the typical restaurants in Ciudad Valles – the Enchiladas Huastecas, Cecina or Bocoles are all good, tasty choices. Then you can go on a tour of the Micos waterfalls, where you can swim, do some kayaking and, if you like adventure, maybe hike along the Eight Waterfalls Trail, led by a certified guide, and jump off the waterfalls. Then, at sunset, drive back, damp but happy, to freshen up and have supper in Ciudad Valles.

>Day 2: today, you can drive down to the South of the Huasteca area. Try to get to Aquismon before sunrise and hike to the amazingly deep and mysterious Swallows Cave, where you can enjoy the unique spectacle as hundreds of birds take flight with the first rays of the sun. Later on, walk back to Aquismon for lunch and then drive on to Xilitla. In this magical little town, you have to visit the old convent in the main square. Here, there are also few good restaurants where you can try the local specialties, including very good, locally grown coffee. After that, you mustn’t miss a tour of the unearthly sculpture garden created by Edward James, the eccentric Englishman. After you have seen the weird and wonderful forms of the gardens, you will drive back happily to Ciudad Valles for a well-earned rest.

>Day 3: try to get up very early today, have breakfast and then pack your gear ready for a trip to the fabulous, azure waterfall at Tamul. Later on, you can drive on to Rioverde, where we recommend you try some fresh fish at La Cenicienta restaurant. Then, in the afternoon, drive on to the Media Luna Lake for a refreshing swim and spend the night in a hotel in Rioverde.
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