Day trip to Aculco (Pueblo Mágico and waterfalls) and Amealco (Pueblo Mágico)

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Let´s explore the beautiful town of Aculco (Pueblo Mágico and waterfalls) and the town of Amealco (Pueblo Mágico).

ACULCO
Aculco is a colonial town with nearby the dam and waterfall of La Concepción. Aculco was founded approximately in 1110 AD by the Otomies, despite the fact that its name comes from Nahuatl. With the arrival of the Spanish in 1540, construction on the church and the convent of San Jeronimo began. In November 1810, Miguel Hidalgo and his contingent, who began the Mexican War of Independence, arrived in the region. Two cascades are located in the area: "Tixhiñu" and "la Concepción". We will explore it´s beautiful waterfalls and colonial center.

AMEALCO
Amealco is a town in the Mexican state of Querétaro. Its name is thought to mean place of springs in Nahuatl. It is a beautiful and typical little town, famous for its scarfs and its dolls. In the surroundings of the town we can admire beautiful landscapes and rivers, as well as deeply rooted indigenous traditions; the inhabitants of the communities still use their typical costumes

The price is 650 Mexican Pesos and includes private transport for our group, experienced driver, and explanations in Spanish and English. It is important to pay not later than Saturday 27th of April 2019, to make sure we can arrange the right transport for the right amount of people.

You can pay by making a transfer by Internet, by making a deposit of cash money in a Banamex bank or by paying with cash money in an Oxxo store.

Reservations and payment information: [masked] (Whatsapp, Lidia Herrera).

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